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  1. EX-plorer

    EX-plorer New Member

    July 27, 2011
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    1999 Explorer ABS, speedo problem. Replaced rear sensor no help. Is there a mechanical device in the rear diff. that can fail?
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  3. BrooklynBay

    BrooklynBay Moderator & long time member. Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Welcome to this forum! Yes, it's called the exciter ring. It causes the magnetic field of the ABS sensor to contract & expand, and create a series of pulses. The sensor uses the Hall Effect just like older vehicles with a distributor.

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