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    Another ABS Query!

    Basically I asked the other day if my car had ABS. I have no ABS light or anything, but today I changed my Hub Carrier and the wheel bearing has the cable coming off for ABS and is connected to another plug coming from the top of the arch, which I got told is the ABS wiring.

    The other side I dont have this connected up?

    Is the ABS only connected up on one side and should a light show this is activated? Or should the wiring be connected up the same on the other side to?

    The side it is connected up on is N/S.

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    On the other hand, tell them to far-cough!

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    Nearside connector is for the speedo signal.. hence it only needing one feed from one side

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    Got ya! The bloke in the spares place said it was an ABS connector. Bast!!
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    On the other hand, tell them to far-cough!

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    It is, the sensor on the passenger side front hub provides the signal for speedo & ABS.
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