Re: Speed Sensors - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Thanks for the response. I agree it is likely the left sensor. I found in an old post that if the sensor resistance varies wildly before settling in, which is what my left sensor does, it is likely that sensor. The right side sensor immediately goes to 1000 Ohm. The left sensor is original and the sheathing is beaten up.
On my 1993 with TCS at the right corner of the aquarium, there is the connector, same type as on the left, with a sheathed wire running across the aquarium connecting to the ABS unit behind the battery. On my 1993 the front wheel speed sensors length is the same.
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