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Old 18-08-16
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For those who may need a new sensor.

Front, MMA will ask in the vicinity of $245.00 for an OEM item. Some overseas suppliers that I have contacted will supply an OEM item delivered to Aus; $180.00 to $240.00 approx.

Non OE items, if you trust them, can be obtained delivered into Aus; $30.00 to $180.00. A few suppliers will try to make you believe they supplying an original item, very few have specifications listed. I have asked several for simple measured resistance readings, and have received none.

Second hand, so far approx $55.00 to $80.00 plus delivery.

(Some of the rear sensors, some are shared with Chrysler vehicles.)

And apparently there is differences between the sensors dependant on VIN date range as pointed out above, so check first. I have been told there are harness bracket and connection mount configurations differences, and sensor differences, although I cannot confirm this as the information differs depending on who you talk to.
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ty for the info can maybe a mod sticky this info pls
as i feel there is going to be a lot more of these little suckers playing up soonish
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I never got around to updating this. My situation I suspect was caused by a 4x4/come suspension specialist re installing my front suspension for the 3rd time, still ain't right. In the process they bent the sensor wire harness bracket closest to the front RH drive axel. The result was the cable was intermittently scrubbing against the uni rubber boot and abraded partially through the insulation severing one wire. Upon my first inspection I did not see the worn section, yet it was so obvious upon my second inspection.


The white and black sensor wires are encased in a very firm black outer plastic type sheathing of which is hard to trim with a sharp blade, so opening it up can be tricky as it is very easy to trim and cut into the very soft insulation of the sensor wires-exactly what I did. I trimmed and joined my broken white wire, replacing a small section, in the process, I f*&^d the black wire of which then had to be re-joined. Some handy (amateur) solder and insulation work the sensor was back within the 0.9-1.3 ohm spec range and I was temporarily set to go again. - still haven't replace it more than a year down the track.
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I never got around to updating this. My situation I suspect was caused by a 4x4/come suspension specialist re installing my front suspension for the 3rd time, still ain't right. In the process they bent the sensor wire harness bracket closest to the front RH drive axel. The result was the cable was intermittently scrubbing against the uni rubber boot and abraded partially through the insulation severing one wire. Upon my first inspection I did not see the worn section, yet it was so obvious upon my second inspection.


The white and black sensor wires are encased in a very firm black outer plastic type sheathing of which is hard to trim with a sharp blade, so opening it up can be tricky as it is very easy to trim and cut into the very soft insulation of the sensor wires-exactly what I did. I trimmed and joined my broken white wire, replacing a small section, in the process, I f*&^d the black wire of which then had to be re-joined. Some handy (amateur) solder and insulation work the sensor was back within the 0.9-1.3 ohm spec range and I was temporarily set to go again. - still haven't replace it more than a year down the track.
great to hear you fixed it ... (was wondering what had happened) ...

Suspension expert fitting suspension x3 times that's a laugh ...

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