99 durango 5.9 4X4 SLT ABS sensor questions
Well I'm back I figured I'd start a new thread instead of keep adding on to the other. If searched the forums and have tried everything I found.
I'm still trying to get rid of my ABS / Brake light , light problem.
From what I found posted the front wheel speed sensors should ohm out at around 1K ohms. Does anyone know what the range is for them.
My right front wheel sensor is 1028 ohms.The left is 1032 ohms are these still in range or are they too high? does it have to be 1k or less?
I pulled the rear diff cover and drained out all the old oil.
I looked it over inside while I had the cover off and everything looked like it was in good shape. I didn't see any loose metal pieces or metal shavings in the oil that drained out.
I wiped it all down inside with a nice clean lint free cloth and then made a new gasket with some gray ATV sealent and bolted it back together. Since I have a limited slip I added the 4oz of Equa-torque and filled it up to the proper level.
I had changed out the rear speed sensor located on the top of the rear diff. in the hopes that would get rid of my ABS / brake light lights.
Like I mentioned in the other thread I had read it should ohm out at 2K ohms. When I measured mine it showed open. I replaced it with a new one and it also shows open. When I went back to the store to return it I measured all of the 3 they had on the shelf and they all showed open. I even went to another store and checked a new sensor made by a different manufacturer and it showed open. Are we sure that they are supposed to read 2K ohms.
I took the Durango to a shop to have some other work done and asked them to see if they could read the ABS System.
They were able to borrow a reader and the following codes were stored in the ABS system 65,37,35,21. I'm trying to look them up to find out what they are. I 'm wondering if when I unplugged the front right and left sensors as well as the rear and the output speed sensor on the trans. if it tripped something and just needs to be reset. Any thoughts on that from the experts?
Just incase you pros might know the codes before I can find them do you know what they are?
Thanks for your time