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Old 09-25-2012, 12:15 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I fixed the same ABS / TRACTION problem on my 2008 Redline by spraying a lubercant in the area by the bearing by each of the sensors at 40000 miles and now have more then 44k. No prblems since. My friend has the base Sky model and had the same problem. The spray fixed her problem also. I would try this first before getting ripped off by some repair zelous mechanic.
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Is it the bolts that hold the bearing to the spindle? If so I will check mine while it's up on the hoist.
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I currently have this problem, it looks like the front drivers side has already had the sensor replaced as it looks different from the others? Downside of a used car... I'm going to try some silicone spray in the area by the bearing by each of the sensors as suggested. Also i think it might help to swap my brake fluid as it looks like sludge in there. 07 67k miles, Thanks!
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