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What diagnostic tool will help me find out if a wheel sensor is bad. Durametric does not seem to have that option. Any suggestions on how to address this problem would be greatly appreciated..


Thanks in advance..

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Ouch, that’s not going to happen for me. ? any other way of telling? 2 hr drive to the nearest Porsche shop. 

I can clear the fault with Durametric, it does not come back on when started, when the car moves over 3mph the light comes on, s/b wheel sensors-no?


thanks for the help

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If you are not going to have it scanned for which speed sensor is bad, then all you can do is replace them all (2 front and 2 back).  I cannot think of a logical process of elimination to determine a bad one.   They work off an induced electromagnetic pulse signal within the wheel carriers.  I guess you could unplug each one and see if there is continuity across the terminals, but I don't know how far that will get you in determining which one is bad.

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