The ABS system includes wheel speed sensors and a valve body.
We usually remove speed sensors for inspection or replacement, as well as when dismantling units
Removing the front wheel speed sensor
We remove the front wheel speed sensor to check it or replace it if ABS malfunctions are detected, as well as when removing the steering knuckle.
Remove the front wheel liner
Securely fix the car on the stand
Press the latch and disconnect the front wiring harness block from the sensor wiring block
Remove the sensor wiring block from the holder attached to the wheel arch
We remove the rubber sleeve of the sensor wires from the plastic holder located on the mudguard
We remove two more rubber couplings of the sensor wiring harness from the slots of the shock strut bracket
Squeezing the petals of the wheel speed sensor clamps, remove the sensor from the mounting ring located in the hub assembly
Shown without knuckle seat foam
We install the sensor in the reverse order, having cleaned the sensor installation socket before that.
Replacement of the rear wheel speed sensor
We remove the rear wheel speed sensor to replace it in case of failure.
Hanging up and removing the wheel
Fixing the car on the stand
Using a flat screwdriver, unscrew the two plastic nuts securing the protective cover of the sensor wires
With a 10 head, unscrew the two nuts securing the casing
Remove the casing from the arch and remove the wiring harnesses from the casing holders
Press the latch and disconnect the rear wiring harness block from the sensor wiring block
We remove the rubber clutch of the sensor wiring harness from the slot of the bracket, and the wiring harness from the plastic holder located on the rear suspension beam arm
Torx T-30 wrench unscrew the sensor mounting screw
Remove the sensor from the hole in the brake shield.
Install the sensor in reverse order.
Removing the ABS unit
The ABS unit is usually removed for replacement or for body work that requires access to body parts.
We install the car on a viewing ditch or lift
We mark the location of the tubes on the ABS block
On the right side in the engine compartment with an open-end wrench for 11 or a special wrench for fittings of brake pipes, unscrew the fittings of six brake pipes and disconnect the pipes from the hydraulic unit
Lift up the clamp of the wiring harness block
Disconnect the block from the control unit
We remove the brake pipe from the holder 1 and the wiring harness from the holder 2 of the ABS unit bracket
With a 13 head, unscrew the two bolts 3 securing the ABS unit bracket to the body and remove the ABS unit with the bracket.
The ABS unit is attached to the bracket through two rubber bushings.
If you need to replace the bushings, unscrew the two nuts with a 10 wrench to the bracket and separate the block and the bracket.
Install the block in reverse order.
After installation, we bleed the brake system.