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      Jeep Cherokee ABS Sensor

      When off-roading in your Cherokee, make certain that your brakes work and know the speed at which you're adventuring. With a new Jeep Cherokee ABS sensor from AutoZone, you're ensuring your journeys have the slowing power they need to keep you safe.

      Anti-lock brake system sensors send wheel speed information to make sure your Jeep slows down as quickly as humanly possible. The trick is balancing speed and safety, while also minimizing wheel skidding. On a modern vehicle, ABS sensor inputs are used by traction control systems as well to determine the amount of pull your tires have on slick or intractable terrain. When you purchase a Cherokee anti-lock brake sensor from AutoZone, be sure to ask our helpful staff for trustful advice on any automotive problem. You can even benefit from free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing during your next in-store visit.

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      !!!DO NOT PRY OLD SENSOR OUT!!!

      Robert

      in 9 months

      I was getting left front wheel speed sensor error. Have replaced these sensors before but this last go around was a NIGHTMARE. I removed the tire, caliper and rotor to get to the sensor on my 2005 Grand Cherokee. I needed an Allen wrench to remove the bolt holding the sensor down. Make sure you clean out the Allen hole on the bolt so not to strip IF you have an Allen bolt. Here's where the job can go south REAL FAST; Throughly clean and SOAK the sensor in penetrating oil! DO NOT TRY AND PRY THE SENSOR OUT! If it snaps you will have to drill out the remaining sensor and pick out ALL the pices with long slender tweezers!! After soaking use flat nosed pliers and rotate back and fourth while pulling up Clean bore with a Qtip and lightly coat new sensor with thin coat of Vaseline or dielectric grease. Carefully push sensor straight down with same procedure as removal. Also, apply thin coat of dielectric grease on sensor connector. I use a Qtip and coat the seal surface.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

      I was getting left front wheel speed sensor error. Have replaced these sensors before but this last go around was a NIGHTMARE. I removed the tire, caliper and rotor to get to the sensor on my 2005 Grand Cherokee. I needed an Allen wrench to remove the bolt holding the sensor down. Make sure you clean out the Allen hole on the bolt so not to strip IF you have an Allen bolt. Here's where the job can go south REAL FAST; Throughly clean and SOAK the sensor in penetrating oil! DO NOT TRY AND PRY THE SENSOR OUT! If it snaps you will have to drill out the remaining sensor and pick out ALL the pices with long slender tweezers!! After soaking use flat nosed pliers and rotate back and fourth while pulling up Clean bore with a Qtip and lightly coat new sensor with thin coat of Vaseline or dielectric grease. Carefully push sensor straight down with same procedure as removal. Also, apply thin coat of dielectric grease on sensor connector. I use a Qtip and coat the seal surface.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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      Plug and play

      Robbie61

      in a year

      Got a trouble code, C1044, after scanning when abs light activated ( it came on after driving a few miles and would go out next time I drove the vehicle, only to activate again after a few miles). After inspecting and cleaning the tone wheel no signs of damage. Because the fault was so intermittent I figured the circuit voltage was correct so I was able to determine that the wheel speed sensor was faulty. I replaced the sensor and it corrected the issue.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

      Got a trouble code, C1044, after scanning when abs light activated ( it came on after driving a few miles and would go out next time I drove the vehicle, only to activate again after a few miles). After inspecting and cleaning the tone wheel no signs of damage. Because the fault was so intermittent I figured the circuit voltage was correct so I was able to determine that the wheel speed sensor was faulty. I replaced the sensor and it corrected the issue.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee