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Old 08-19-2016, 11:56 PM   #1
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ABS light Workhorse W-22

MH has been sitting about 3 weeks (2004 Pace Arrow W-22 Work Horse), move it today and ABS light. Anyone help me here? Thanks
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Most sensors have about a 6 foot lead.
Measure the resistance at this point.
Should be about 2000 ohms.
If you can spin the wheel you should see some pulses at the plug on your meter.


If all is good then I would remove each sensor
Clean the housing and sensor and re-seat the sensor.
When you buy the sensors they come with a little tube of lubricant but I would think nothing or any high temp grease should be OK.

The ABS controller will have to go through a couple of cycles before the code is reset.
If it will not reset then you will have to get the ABS error code scanned.
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Old 08-20-2016, 09:17 AM   #3
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Most sensors have about a 6 foot lead.
Measure the resistance at this point.
Should be about 2000 ohms.
If you can spin the wheel you should see some pulses at the plug on your meter.


If all is good then I would remove each sensor
Clean the housing and sensor and re-seat the sensor.
When you buy the sensors they come with a little tube of lubricant but I would think nothing or any high temp grease should be OK.

The ABS controller will have to go through a couple of cycles before the code is reset.
If it will not reset then you will have to get the ABS error code scanned.

Thanks, going to Myrtle Beach Monday so will see if it clears up. If not will check it out when I get back. You were talking about lubrication, are there moving parts? Not sure what the sensors look like.
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No moving parts.
Grease most likely to keep spring clip from rusting...

http://www.oemys-performance.com/lib...ensor%2001.jpg

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No moving parts.
Grease most likely to keep spring clip from rusting...

http://www.oemys-performance.com/lib...ensor%2001.jpg


Thanks, I can find that.
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90% of the time, once you clean the sensors, and drive at least two blocks, the light goes out.


This illumination while sitting is common if you've gotten any moisture into the sensor area.


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90% of the time, once you clean the sensors, and drive at least two blocks, the light goes out.


This illumination while sitting is common if you've gotten any moisture into the sensor area.


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Moisture?? Not me, I live in South Carolina, home is 30' from the shoreline of a 50,000 acre lake and most of my camping is in Myrtle Beach! I hope it will clear up as I drive, if not I'll check it out when I get back home.
Thanks for everyone's help.
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Moisture?? Not me, I live in South Carolina, home is 30' from the shoreline of a 50,000 acre lake and most of my camping is in Myrtle Beach! I hope it will clear up as I drive, if not I'll check it out when I get back home.
Thanks for everyone's help.

I am not sure when but in less than two miles I checked it and it was off and stayed off the rest of the trip.
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I am not sure when but in less than two miles I checked it and it was off and stayed off the rest of the trip.

Told ya so

Have a great trip, wish we were there....

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