Last edited by Remmy700P; 09-22-2012 at 08:51 PM.
2015 Tundra DC 5.7L SR5
Magnetic Gray Metallic
2002 Tundra V8 SR5 2WD AC (SOLD!)
Ham Radio: KJ6OPA | CB Radio/Handle: Midland 75-822/"Marksman"
* * * O2 Sensor Replacement DIY * * *
"I came into this world covered in someone else's blood and screaming...I'm not afraid to leave it in the same way."
My sensor finally came arrived this evening. I unhooked my neg battery cable, installed the new speed sensor (took about 15 minutes total). Unfortunately, my ABS light is still on. I drove the truck about 15 minutes hoping the light would clear. I drove down a gravel road and occasionally would brake hard. I had my window down and noticed that my front tires would lock up but rears wouldnt. It's obvious the my ABS isn't working properly. I will try to get it hooked up to a computer again one day. Sucks that I just spent $200 on a sensor that I might not have needed to replace.
Well I bought and replaced the speed sensor for nothing. I took my truck to another local shop and had them hook a computer up to it. They couldn't even get their computer to throw a code. I came home and crawled under it and strarted traceing wires and looking closely at everything with a flashlight. I found a broken wire on the connector that is suppose to be bolted to the rear of the gas tank cover. Mine didn't have a nut on the bolt because the guy the replaced my fuel pump years ago failed to SECURELY fasten the connector bracket back once he reinstalled the gas tank. Years of bumpy roads caused the connector to move around, eventually enableing the wire to break.
I took it and showed the mechanic and we decided to just jump all 4 wires rather than replacing the whole wire assembly or attempting to rig broken wire back to the connector.
When I restarted the truck the ABS light was still on. I jumped 4 and 13, the light indicated code 33 again. I quickly tapped the brake pedal 8 times and the light started rapidly flashing. I pulled the jumper and it light went off and hasn't came back on.
So i have a perfectly good right rear speed sensor if anyone needs one.
290,343 miles on the odometer [come see me when you get that on your ford]
2004 Tundra Double Cab Limited Edition 4.7 liter V8, four speed automatic, four wheel drive, testing platform for fuel economy, self designed cold air intake using ram air principle, Ultragauge, Long Tubes with x-pipe and true duals, used and abused volant intake, Mobile 1 in the engine, NAPA oil filter, NAPA in the differentials. 3:91 gears in the front and rear differentials, Cooper Discover ATP tires
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Sorry .Couldn’t wait so I went to dealer and paid $200 with tax now it’s working perfect