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Old 12-01-2020, 08:00 PM   #7
Elbert Bass
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Join Date: May 2011
Chapter/Region: South East
Location: Down yonder.
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2016 Fuji Sunfire 03
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Originally Posted by Booki View Post
I coated the inside of the knuckle with some copper anti sieze grease before installing the bearing/hub. Possibly a glob of grease could have went on the sensor.

I used after market bearings, replaced both front left and right sides, considering only one is throwing an error (the A side) I assume the replacement part is OK and its an issue with just the sensor.

I scraped out the bore with a metal brush to quickly remove some rust that had built up, but I definitely did not remove the sensor at all during the process.

Will remove the wheel tonight, the sensor and inspect.

Fingers crossed its not the actual replacement hub, as they were quite cheap. Says NTN Bearings on them but there was no brand.
If you're only getting a code on one of them then it is probably the sensor or contamination. I once had a little fleck of metal 1mm x 1mm stuck on the bearing face throwing code. To see if you have something stuck on the reluctor you will need to pull the axle out of the bearing and look at the inside face of the bearing.
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