Best Automotive Replacement Anti-Lock Brake Speed Sensors in 2020



ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Front Left/Right Fits 19181873, 15112379, ALS482, 5S8361, 970011 For Chevy Silverado Express Suburban Tahoe GMC Savana Sierra Yukon XL Cadillac Escalade Review:


The difference in quality between this and an OEM is readily apparent. However it does work. We'll just see how long it lasts. The OEM sensor has 2 O rings that are pretty thick. This one only has a single very thin O ring. It "ohms out" at only about 6 1/2 where the OEM was 7. Not sure what that exactly means either. This item costs about 5 times LESS than the OEM part. So there is obviously going to be some quality trade off.



ABS Wheel Speed Sensor For 5014787AA Dodge Ram 1500 Ram 2500 Ram 3500 Dakota Durango Ram B1500 Ram B2500 Ram B3500 By TAMKKEN Review:


The difference in quality between this and an OEM is readily apparent. However it does work. We'll just see how long it lasts. The OEM sensor has 2 O rings that are pretty thick. This one only has a single very thin O ring. It "ohms out" at only about 6 1/2 where the OEM was 7. Not sure what that exactly means either. This item costs about 5 times LESS than the OEM part. So there is obviously going to be some quality trade off.



Dorman 970-024 ABS Sensor Review:


FIRST OF ALL I AM ONE WHO NEVER WRITES REVIEWS THE REASON I WRITE THIS IS THE SIMPLICITY AND EASE OF REPLACEMENT NOT TO MENTION THE MONEY YOU SAVE!!!!!! 2000 Dodge Ram brake light and ABS light on. Speedometer wont read unless speed is over 20 miles. Easy fix (20 min) took me longer to drop the spare tire. Once Tire is out -there is lots of room to get to the ABS sensor on the deferential. Sprayed a little WD-40 to clean the surrounding area. You need 3 tools (flat crew driver, 9/16, 1/2 wrench or socket) to remove the ABS sensor .A flat end screw driver to unhook the electrical connector (don't lift the tab to hard or you will break the locking tab and have to use electrical tape to hold together). 9/16 to remove first nut that holds accessories lines. After first nut is removed use 1/2 to remove ABS sensor screw/nut. Use the flat end screw driver and try to slide it under the ABS sensor at the same time twist and lift with the other hand should pop out w/ no problems. Once removed insert new ABS senor.(Use a little grease along the edge of sensor- I used spark plug grease to help it slide down(that's all I had)), There will be a little space(very small) between the sensor and differential. When you start to torque down the space will close(start off slow) -grease will extrude and the sensor will be flush. Follow the steps backwards to complete the job. Very easy Hope this helps and saves you a lot of money.



Dorman 970-012 Wheel Speed Sensor Review:


Replaced 1996 Dodge Ram rear wheel ABS sensor mounted at top of rear axle housing. I also had to rebuild the 4 ft wiring harness that connects to this sensor. It had fatigued and had multiple breaks in it. You can measure the resistance between this sensor and the ABS module across pins 13 and 14 at the ABS module connector located in the center of that dash. The resistance across those pins should be 1K to 2.5K ohms. It's a good idea to measure the resistance on the sensor prior to mounting it which should measure the same 1K to 2.5K. On the 1996-1997 and maybe later, Dodge Ram you can get the ABS dash light to give you a flash code to indicate the failure type by grounding a pin on the OBDII connector. My flash code was a code 9.

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Dorman 695-179 ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Review:


This part fixed my ABS dashboard warning light in a 2007 Jeep JK Wrangler rear wheel.

The ten dollar price was 1/10 what the dealer would have charged, and less than half of what the local "discount" auto parts store charges. If you're a do-it-yourselfer you can install the part quicker than a trip to the professionals would take.

The difficult part of this sort of repair is diagnosis: knowing that the trouble is a faulty wheel speed sensor, and which wheel is faulty. The OBD scan code U1417 only indicated an implausible speed from the left side, and didn't isolate the problem to front/rear or even the wheel speed sensor. It's as if the computer is teasing you to take the car in for high-priced work, only enough information to scare but not to inform the diagnosis. You can get OBD codes "for free" on the Jeep when you flip the ignition switch to run three times, or hook up an OBD reader like an ELM327. But when it comes to ABS problems, the OBD codes are not informative. The only way I solved this was with the ELM327 and an app called AlfaOBD, which even in the free version reads ABS module codes and sensors. The app graphed the sensor speed signals while I drove, and showed which wheel was faulty. Another app called OBD Jscan can also read sensors in the paid version.

Dorman supplies decent quality aftermarket parts. This Dorman item is made in China, but that's everything these days.



AUTEX 1pc ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness Repair Kit N15002 Compatible with Buick Century 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005/Cadillac DeVille 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005/Chevrolet Uplander 2006-2009 Review:


Install was very easy quality was great! It was a pain getting old sensor out, like everyone else states when I pulled mine out it broke off inside the rear end. I just used a flat head to work out the chunks of plastic so be prepared! Fixed the issue of abs light, brake light and speedo not working properly.



ACDelco 19300584 GM Original Equipment Front ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Review:


I bought two previous ABS wheel sensors from an auto parts store listed per my truck. After the first I thought it was a defect so I bought the second and still they did not work. Finally I ordered the OEM from Amazon that I wish in the first place as it was half what the after market cost from the auto store. And still it did not work. Finally I took it to the dealer and $90 later they told me that they have been unsuccessful with JUST replacing the sensor and had to buy the whole hub and sensor combined as they seem to be "matched" according to the dealer mechanic. Dealer price for hub and sensor $580.00 not counting labor. I just rewired the old sensor back together (as the wires had just broke), reinstalled and all ok (so far). But the Amazon sensor was ok, just didn't work for me. Was torn about 4 vs 5 stars as I am not Really sure it worked.



Ensun 31935-8E006 Automatic Transmission Input/Output/Vehicle Speed Sensor Review:


It fit properly on the insert side, and on the electrical connector. The device worked to fix the problem, at only a few dollars cost. On the Nissan Maxima, just jack up the driver's front, and remove the drivers side wheel, and the inside plastic wheel well cover (plastic screw, and one bolt, easy). Then unbolt the 10mm retainer bolt, pull out the old, put in the new (with oring), bolt, reconnect, and replace wheel well piece and tire. 30m to 1 hour or less.



Ensun 31935-8E007 Transmission Speed Sensor for Nissan Altima Maxima Pathfinder Rogue Sentra Versa Infiniti Review:


I had a 'P0705 $07E9' error on my transmission, transmission felt like it lost power or wouldn't shift into a higher gear. Bought two of these and changed out the front and back ones on the transmission. THere's one near the starter under the battery and another one under the brake reservoir. Changed both of them last week and haven't had the problem since. I was a little hesitant to buy these since they're $20 each vs $150 from an autopart store but so far they're working fine.