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Re: Laguna 2 NSF wheel bearing replaced now ABS fault ?

the flanges need to have the right mag strips fitted (if clip on stainless steel type)
they are usually 48 pulse types... (but there is a 44 pulse version!)

you will need to run a computer CAN-CLIP on the car to do a diagnostics check and manually reset the sensors to ensure they are all calibrated correctly.
also re-check the cables and connections.
the passenger front is the shortest cable and drives the speedo, the drivers side one is on an extension cable that runs across the subframe in front of the steering rack (its this one that is most at risk if any service work loosens the subframe)
(the drivers side cable is the same part no. as passenger side.) 5 from a scrappers, 35+ from a dealership.

it takes up to 20miles travel before the car does updates on TPS or ABS issues.

refit the ABS sensors, check the Hubs bolts are fully tightened up correctly (i'm assuming the Flange/Bearing/Hub are correctly fitted together.)
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