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1 ABS Sensor on 25th October 2016, 2:15 pm

Biggs

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I'm after a front nearside ABS sensor. Only thing stopping me getting an MOT!
Anybody got one?

2 Re: ABS Sensor on 25th October 2016, 2:24 pm

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Try bob @ gtirus mate ..... pm on here or give him a bell fella Wink


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3 Re: ABS Sensor on 25th October 2016, 4:44 pm

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I tried to get one last year but they're really rare. Sad
Ended up repairing my old one instead.

4 Re: ABS Sensor on 25th October 2016, 5:02 pm

Biggs

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Cant get a resistance reading from the sensor. I've read that the cable breaks at the point of where it's mounted to the suspension so have whipped it off the car to check but the cable is good.

5 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 5:40 am

johnny gtir

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These things ain't cheap now as Nissan don't do them either. As far as I know Stu had spares ( not sure if that inc sensors)  a while back and tom did or as already try bob

6 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 5:52 am

Mr B

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Double check that cable the whole length, test sensor right down at cable entry point .
is used on couple other nissan models, part number is> 4791160Y00 (more likely find stock in europe)
They are hard source these days I expect  and make me glad I got non abs models .
someone will have used one if give it bit of time .
expect it also possible frankenstein another nissan sensor to fit/work .

7 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 9:07 am

Biggs

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I've stripped the cable right down to the sensor entry point....cables all good.
Looking at a sensor from an almera n15 as they look similar. Will see if I can retro fit it......

8 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 9:10 am

Biggs

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I've sent bob a message. Fingers crossed he has one☺

9 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 9:33 am

johnboy

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I've repaired a few, and it's always been the wiring broken. Breaks inside the rubber protection - so hard to find.
Have a look at this link.
http://www.gtir-motorsport-club.com/t430-abs-sensor?highlight=abs+sensor+repair

10 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 10:41 am

Mr B

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N15 sensor heads look identical to me in terms of mounting and cable entry angle, although not physically measured or investigated further.
If so would be easy swap head to good cables or build a cable up to work from new head.
early to late 90's pattern sensors are as cheap as £20 so worth a play.

11 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 10:45 am

Biggs

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That's the thread I read originally which prompted me to check the cable but unfortunately the cable is good otherwise I would have been an easy repair. I've ordered the Almera one anyway, see if can get it to work.....

12 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 11:04 am

Mr B

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let us know how n15 sensor head works out, can add a post to johnboys thread ...

13 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 5:04 pm

johnny gtir

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Is there a difference between anti lock or abs . sensors wise on the pulsar ? I don't think there is but they are sided and front and rear is that right ?

14 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 5:41 pm

Biggs

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Yeah they are handed and fronts are different to rears.
Hats off to Bob as he has sorted me one....his last one.

15 Re: ABS Sensor on 26th October 2016, 7:41 pm

johnboy

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Yes, they are handed but you can fit them on the 'wrong' side if you make a small bracket to get the angle right. Also have to cut the keyway on the socket to plug in the wrong side. Ran one like it for some months while I got round to repairing the broken ones...

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