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Dodge Ram 1500 ABS Sensor

When you have a pick-up truck like your Dodge Ram that's capable of hauling some serious tonnage, you'd better be sure that the brakes are up to the task. If your truck's stopping performance is causing you to have doubts, it's possible that a new Ram anti-lock sensor from AutoZone provides the perfect solution.

In addition to the indispensable job of getting wheel speed information to the truck's computer to ensure safe and skid-free stops, the inputs provided by the Dodge Ram ABS sensor are also used by traction control systems in many modern vehicles. So if you're driving and you notice the ABS light on your dashboard come on, it's best to ask for trustworthy advice provided by AutoZone's helpful staff during your next in-store visit. Take advantage of free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing while you shop, and benefit from access to our handy Loan-a-Tool program for easy installation.

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2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 Error Code: P0500

Guy

in 8 days

I purchased this Duralast ABS Wheel Speed Sensor SU3356 after the Engine, ABS and Brake lights suddenly came on as I was driving and I checked for error codes and got P0500. I couldn't discern whether it was the ABS Wheel Speed Sensor or the Transmission Output Speed Sensor from the information on the code so, I purchased and replaced both. I replaced the Transmission Output Speed Sensor first and this didn't take care of the warning lights. This sensor also appeared to be in good shape but, since it was 21 years old, I felt fine replacing it. I removed and replaced the ABS Wheel Speed Sensor located on top of the bell housing on the rear axle. This was definitely the culprit sensor as I found that it had separated into two pieces and a small piece of the bottom of the sensor was missing. The sensor is covered in plastic and the plastic had become brittle and weak over the years. After replacing this sensor, the warning lights went away and I was able to successfully clear the error code. Both of these sensors that I purchased at my local Auto Zone were the exact replacements for the ones on my 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4. No modifications or additional wiring pigtails were needed.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 "Off Road"

I purchased this Duralast ABS Wheel Speed Sensor SU3356 after the Engine, ABS and Brake lights suddenly came on as I was driving and I checked for error codes and got P0500. I couldn't discern whether it was the ABS Wheel Speed Sensor or the Transmission Output Speed Sensor from the information on the code so, I purchased and replaced both. I replaced the Transmission Output Speed Sensor first and this didn't take care of the warning lights. This sensor also appeared to be in good shape but, since it was 21 years old, I felt fine replacing it. I removed and replaced the ABS Wheel Speed Sensor located on top of the bell housing on the rear axle. This was definitely the culprit sensor as I found that it had separated into two pieces and a small piece of the bottom of the sensor was missing. The sensor is covered in plastic and the plastic had become brittle and weak over the years. After replacing this sensor, the warning lights went away and I was able to successfully clear the error code. Both of these sensors that I purchased at my local Auto Zone were the exact replacements for the ones on my 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4. No modifications or additional wiring pigtails were needed.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 "Off Road"

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Exactly what was needed

JC08

in 2 months

I had ABS, 4x4, ESP, BAS and Traction control lights on, on my cluster. I did a little research because Autozone could not check the code. They can only check for a code if the check engine light is on. Everything pointed to a bad ABS speed sensor, but without the proper tester I could not determine what side or if it was front or rear, so I replaced both rear sensors, for $27 each it was not bad at all. Replacing both sensors has fixed my issue, all lights are now gone.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2009 Dodge RAM 1500

I had ABS, 4x4, ESP, BAS and Traction control lights on, on my cluster. I did a little research because Autozone could not check the code. They can only check for a code if the check engine light is on. Everything pointed to a bad ABS speed sensor, but without the proper tester I could not determine what side or if it was front or rear, so I replaced both rear sensors, for $27 each it was not bad at all. Replacing both sensors has fixed my issue, all lights are now gone.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2009 Dodge RAM 1500

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Perfect

Mike

in 2 months

This was very easy to replace. Watched video on youtube and took my time to remove the old one. I would use a WD40 t loosen up the older sensor so it doesn't snap when removing.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Dodge Ram 1500

This was very easy to replace. Watched video on youtube and took my time to remove the old one. I would use a WD40 t loosen up the older sensor so it doesn't snap when removing.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2004 Dodge Ram 1500