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Question Wheel speed sensor wire snapped.

Hey all - has anyone had their wheel speed sensor wire get snagged or get cut clean through? If so, was it due to lift or articulation or getting pinched in the U-joint or something? My passenger side wire looks like it was cut at an angle and I can't figure out how it happened. Going wheeling tomorrow, so I'm going to splice it back together and hit it with some e-tape and worry about getting a new MOPAR wire later.

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Hey all - has anyone had their wheel speed sensor wire get snagged or get cut clean through? If so, was it due to lift or articulation or getting pinched in the U-joint or something? My passenger side wire looks like it was cut at an angle and I can't figure out how it happened. Going wheeling tomorrow, so I'm going to splice it back together and hit it with some e-tape and worry about getting a new MOPAR wire later.
I have ripped at least 3 apart and I think I have a fourth ripped off right now.. doesn't matter.. Ive gotten use to the Christmas tree that is my dash..

The senors are cheap to replace though, so don't get to concerned about it.

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Some solder, silicon dielectric (or even better, marine heat shrink) and heat shrink and there's really no need to buy a new sensor. It's only two wires.

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post #4 of 4 Old 04-18-2010, 04:31 PM
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I cant believe no one has made a extension for these yet Ive look for male and female plugs that would let you put like 6-10'' wire in where it plugs in behind the shock tower and make it longer so we don't have this problem
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