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Old February 9th, 2009, 04:11 PM
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Another wheel speed sensor question!! P1317

Yes I have done searches on this, I have the usual P1317 code. I have pulled the front two snsors out, looked OK cleaned them anyhow. Got the OHM meter out checked all the senors LF .942 RF .940 LR.934 RR.930 Does that seem acceptable? And what kind of lube do you put on the sensors? I can reset this thing and within 10 miles or 3 or 4 restarts it codes, And I know what people say that it should not affect drivability but I swear it run better after I reset the code. Again any other advice?
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Old February 10th, 2009, 08:55 AM
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Yes I have done searches on this, I have the usual P1317 code. I have pulled the front two snsors out, looked OK cleaned them anyhow. Got the OHM meter out checked all the senors LF .942 RF .940 LR.934 RR.930 Does that seem acceptable? And what kind of lube do you put on the sensors? I can reset this thing and within 10 miles or 3 or 4 restarts it codes, And I know what people say that it should not affect drivability but I swear it run better after I reset the code. Again any other advice?
Please someone has to have some new input.
This light is driving me nuts, Lube type?
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Pretty much anytime the ck engine light is on, the ECU is running a modified map, whether it's limp home mode or something less severe, so you are right in that a difference in performance is likely.
I have a few tubes of the stuff that comes packaged with the Wabco sensors and I believe it's plain old white lithium.
I don't remember 1317- I'm not out in the shop and I'm packing for vacation-is that rough road signal implausible? After you've reseated the sensors, have you had to reseat them soon after? Like wheel bearing play knocking the sensors just enough to create an air gap fault?
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