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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-01-2013, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Wheel Speed Sensor Sub Harness?

So i took my car to the dealer 'cause of service traction lite kept coming on. The dealer said a bad hub and a bad wheel speed sensor sub horniness. What the heck is the wheel speed sensor sub harness and where us it?
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The sub harness goes from the bearing wheel speed sensor to the main ABS harness.

Looks a lot like this....

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/ABS-Sensor-Ha...f83a47&vxp=mtr

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Are you going to address this concern yourself?

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I believe the GM part number is 25954989

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I already had the dealer ship check it out for me. Not only is the hub and harnes the problem, but the r&p is an issue, too.
The other problems my car is having is every other time I brake, I hear the abs and the brake pedale pulsates. Sometimes the service traction will come on than the abs no longer works . The other probkem is the car woukld sputter on take off or climbimg a hill. One time it wouldnt shif and the car was shaking BIG time. I had to let off the gas for the car to shift.
What can you do to help me?
I bought thus as a famiky car and its not family freandly right now.

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Cool. Thanks for the 411. Im gonna start with the harnes and go from there and see what happens.
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What kinda mileage because it sure sounds like a wheel bearing problem.

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What kinda mileage because it sure sounds like a wheel bearing problem.
91,933 miles. I'm hoping it's a bad wheel bearing causing these problems. Except the r&p, I'm sure that's a whole different problem.

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What is the last 8 of your VIN. I would like to see your warranty and check for any special coverage.

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what is the last 8 of your vin. I would like to see your warranty and check for any special coverage.

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You are still under your powertrain warranty. If your concern is found to be a manufacture defect of the wheel bearings, it will be covered. The sensors would not be covered. Would you like for me to contact your dealership?

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