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2013 Wheel speed sensor help

Need part numbers PLEASE!!!! I thought my splice on the right rear wheel speed sensor might have came loose (routed wrong when I put lift on and cut it in half) so I went to take the cable off to repair and found this (in pic). One of the pins were corroded right off so now I need a wheel speed sensor and wire harness. It is short and connects above axle so easy fix but I cannot find crap for wire harness part number when I Google it.

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Start with this number: 52125003AB

On the Quadratec site it lists it as fitting 2007 to 2014 JKs.

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Start with this number: 52125003AB

On the Quadratec site it lists it as fitting 2007 to 2014 JKs.
Ordered, thank you! Anyone have the harness number?? I will keep looking. I remember running across it about 6 months ago but for some reason I can't find it when I need it. Go figure
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Okay, my Jeep is back to normal. Went to a different dealer parts department and they do have a short splice kit with the plug end on it. Here is a pic and part number...Did I mention I hate dealers!!!
The second pic is what I discovered while installing the wire kit. One of the wires (happens to be the one that the pin was corroded off at sensor in above pic) was not the pretty copper color but was black? What could have caused this? I did end up soldering the joints and the flux cleaner didn't totally bring back the copper color either. Any thoughts???

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Don't forget the dielectric grease in the plug to keep moisture out and corrosion away.

I have jeeps. I do shit to them.
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I didn't have any. Will have to buy some and put it on. Thanks
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