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Re: laguna 2 Abs fault
well I have made myself a handy little tool that allows me to check the in-line voltages (see pictures)
I have between 0.8volts and 1.04 volts AC at all the wheels and even the slightest rotation of the hub registers a voltage so I know they are all registering in one way or another...
Reading the post by voxmagna when he tested his car with a lead like yours and a multimeter he was using the DC voltage scale and getting 10v down to 9v. (point 4 in the post)
Laguna 2 NSF wheel bearing replaced now ABS fault ?
I would read that post carefully and test in the exact same way....(points 8, 9 10, 11)...it's not enough just to see it flick from high to low a couple of times, you're looking for a missing pulse, that's the reason voxmagna marks the spare wheel.
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2001 Renault Laguna II 1.9dCi Dynamique Sport Tourer