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Abs light on- 2005 Chrysler Town & Country 3.8

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12 Oct 2019 15:03 - 12 Oct 2019 15:17 #34204 by MOROSO321
Disconnecting the abs and performing a continuity check, connector unplugged, would that be enough to condemn the sensor? According to Mitchell’s diagram, I don’t have a wire that doesn’t go the computer. Both wires go to the computer. So what do I do now Paul? Thanks.
Pinout is: dark green/violet = 12v feed
Dark green/white= signal wire.

As of now, I don’t know the circuit design because both wires are going to the computer.
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12 Oct 2019 18:33 #34206 by Cheryl
Well you can do a continuity check from the module hook one lead to each wire and should see some type of resistance. I’m guessing you won’t but you can compare to another wheel

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12 Oct 2019 18:50 #34208 by Chad
You should have 12v on the DK GRN/VIO wire.



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