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So now my question is how do I test the sensor to make sure that's what is setting the code 32? Or is a bad sensor the only thing it can be?

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Who can read abs codes for me? Autozone? O'Reilly's? Light is on and don't know where to start. I've visually inspected the sensors and relay. Now what to do next? I assume have the codes read but don't know where I can get this done

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awesome, why wouldn't that come up when I searched abs codes? Now I just need to find the diagnostic connector for the abs.........

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awesome, why wouldn't that come up when I searched abs codes? Now I just need to find the diagnostic connector for the abs.........
found it.......thanks

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Okay so tonight I jumped the 4 and 5 pins and got a 32, right front wheel sensor. Not knowing for sure if it was right side from in the car or front I unplugged what I thought would be the left sensor (driver side). Check code again and still have just a 32. So now I'm thinking that that driver side must be right side and crawl under and unplug the pass side sensor and check again......still only getting a 32 code, what gives? Both sensors to the front wheels were disconnected and I only flashed a right front sensor code?

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The code won't set immediately. How long did you wait before you unplugged the sensors and read the codes?

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The code won't set immediately. How long did you wait before you unplugged the sensors and read the codes?
Only a minute or two. I thought the system scanned itself immediately upon startup?

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