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ABS Sensor Removal

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When replacing an old or faulty anti-lock brake sensor in a customer's vehicle, it can get stuck – complicating the repair job. In this instructive video, Master Technician Dave Cerveny of Garage Gurus gives you a handy tip for removing the ABS wheel sensor from the steering knuckle when it breaks off in the spindle.

You don't need a hammer and brute force to get the job done. Using a torch and a self-tapping screw, Dave demonstrates how to easily remove a broken ABS wheel speed sensor. Count on Garage Gurus to help you get your customer's vehicle repair done right.

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To learn more about ABS brake repair, check out these videos from the experts at Garage Gurus:

Take your career to the next level with these training courses from the Master Technicians of Garage Gurus:

  • Brake Diagnostics & Service
  • ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Diagnostics
  • ABS/Stability Control & Traction Control Diagnostics
  • Electronic Brake Control Found on Many Hybrid & Non-Hybrid Vehicles

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