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    Broken abs reluctor ring

    Think i may have worked out what the crunching/grinding is when i brake at low speed.
    Read somewhere that it could be a broken/cracked abs ring. Anyone any experiences with these breaking and repairing them?
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    if you had a broken ring you would prob have a abs light on

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    Yeah but i've heard it can just be cracked and light doesn't show. Either that or a cv joint.
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    is it crunching at low speed's when turning?????????????? if it is sounds like cv joint to me just never heard of abs ring doing that and i would have thought that if it your abs ring was damaged it would bring the light on is your abs working????

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