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      05-04-2012, 10:17 AM   #8
tsuma
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Actually it turned out my wheel sensor was ok - it performed it's duty by sensing a different speed on one wheel than the other three, due to a slight wobble caused by a bad bearing.

The SA told me the bearing part itself is not expensive but the labor would have run the bill up over $1k had I not purchased the Gold 7/70 extended warranty.

I've had a bad sensor on a Honda Accord once and that was easy to replace DIY; can't tell you if it'd be the same for an E9x.