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Old 11-12-2010, 04:39 PM   #1
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Where to get ABS parts and part numbers..

I need a right rear ABS wheel sensor for a 2001 Alpine 40FD..

The sensor has rubbed on the pavement and there are no visible part numbers.

I have looked on the tech documents and don't see any parts info. there.

Anyone know how I can get the part# and a maybe suggest a good place to buy these ABS sensors.

Thanks..Stan
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Would check with chassis manufacturer and go from there
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Old 11-12-2010, 11:27 PM   #3
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Brilliant idea!!!
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Old 11-12-2010, 11:36 PM   #4
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Stan:

Here is a thread on the subject, complete with referrals and diagrams.

Bendix brakes

Jeff & Cheryl and rmmpe both had to change out sensors and could perhaps point you to yet another source.

Here is the Meritor/Wabco parts # page for all things ABS:

http://www.meritorhvs.com/MeritorHVS...ts/TP06109.pdf
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Old 11-13-2010, 12:30 AM   #5
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When I had my 2000 with Bosch brakes, one burned up and I had to replace it. Potter Webster Company in Portland OR is truck supply company. 503 283 4792 The ABS sensor with a 3 foot cable is #OW4410328090 and they had it in stock. I am sure they used the same one on all the wheels.
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Thanks Guys..

takepride...
I printed that page for my coach travel file's....Thanks! I am printing a good coverage of everyhing on the tech site that is ledgible when copied and any other source I run across...just in case I don't have internet access when traveling and need repair info.

I also bought both volumes of the Cummins shop service manuals for the coach.

I love this forum !!!...it has saved me so much time getting to know this rig!

Kraig...

thanks for the part number off your rig.. there was enough of it left on my damaged sensor to match the last few numbers of the number you posted, so I'm betting it's the same one...

Best regards...Stan
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Wayyy to easy..thanks to takepride and kraig...

One phone call..Ogburn Brake, in Fort Worth, had four of the Sensor Kits in stock..

Kraig's sensor part number was good, and takepride's link provided the Kit number for that sensor..

I have the Kit in my hand as we speak, on a Saturday! Yipeee...!

Thanks again guys..Stan
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Stans- you can also save PDF files to appropriately indexed folders on your computer, and these days even your phone, as a good way to maintain info. My next phone will have ~48 meg of storage and ability to read PDF, so I can put the whole Tech Library there and still not come close to using up the memory.
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Stans- you can also save PDF files to appropriately indexed folders on your computer, and these days even your phone, as a good way to maintain info. My next phone will have ~48 meg of storage and ability to read PDF, so I can put the whole Tech Library there and still not come close to using up the memory.

Thanks for the tip Mike..

I was slow to succumb to computer technology I guess...partly because I had to leave home and go to work after my father passed when I was 14. ...so I had an unfinished education, including no typing skills.

What little I can peck out now..is on forums and e-mails. PDF files etc. are still greek to me ...hence the printed manuals I keep in the coach..

But I'm still learning a little...very little probably, ha!

Stan...
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Those pdf files work well on Kindle's, too. Great for reference and to carry around when working.

I have copies of everything on my laptop, which I take along and can transfer them to the Kindle if needed. In an emergency, I can use my Android (Google G2) to transfer and carry around files, but the screen is still a bit unwieldy for regular use. The new zoom feature helps and it is especially good in the dark, unlike Kindles.
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