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Rear speed sensor wire harness part number?

I canít seem to find the part for the harness, only the actual sensor, which I donít need.

The wire got crushed in the rear bump so I need to replace it.

Anyone know the part number?
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I canít seem to find the part for the harness, only the actual sensor, which I donít need.

The wire got crushed in the rear bump so I need to replace it.

Anyone know the part number?
Just cut out the wire and replace it with some 14 gauge wire. I did the same thing on rear passenger wires. Don't make the wires too long though, try to make the repair the same length.

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JeepMomma can show you her method for soldering the wires. Lol

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I can’t seem to find the part for the harness, only the actual sensor, which I don’t need.

The wire got crushed in the rear bump so I need to replace it.

Anyone know the part number?
Don't know the PN, but if I remember correctly from removing all the wiring out of my Jeep, the rear speed sensors run all the way forward on the pass side, pick up the pass front sensor, around the radiator, and collect the dvr front. It's a long mofo.

edit: Never mind, you want the short little bugger.

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I've got one in my spare parts bin. Can't remember if it's for the front or back or if they are all under the same part #....

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https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/b...s-brake-sensor
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I keep a huge list of parts on a spreadsheet for all my Jeeps.
For my Ď11 Unlimited I have that Crown Automotive part# 5183448AA ( sometimes those mirror the OEM / Mopar part #s , fwiw) as the wire and attachment clip with our favorite red plastic pos retaining clip connector ..

I think Quadratec or others have these but USMC is right about just usin 14 gauge ....





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Thanks guys. I think I found it part # 68065018aa

Weíll see if itís correct, otherwise Iíll just splice in some new wire.
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Did that part number work? How difficult was it to replace?
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Regardless, you're splicing wires. Why spend money on a new connector as well when you can just replace the damaged wire with new wire?

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