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 R60 Wheel Speed sensor

 Created by: MrWizard
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 Posted: Aug 17, 2021 04:31AM
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I have purchased new sensors and replaced both of the rear ones.
I know you can get defective new parts.
I may try that just to eliminate it.
Thanks

 Posted: Aug 17, 2021 03:18AM
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Maybe you can swap the right and left sensor to eliminate the possibility that you have a defective sensor...

 Posted: Aug 16, 2021 05:05AM
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I am working on my wife's 2014 R60 S all4 because the check engine, ABS, traction control lights are on.
I'm getting codes, P15C8, P1774, P152A, P152B, P15DC, P1505.  Most of these involve the left rear wheel speed sensor.
I have replaced both sensors.  While there, I notices the brakes were worn so I replace all 4 discs, pads and wear sensors.
One codes states that there is no signal from the left rear sensor.  I do live in the country so I guess I could have a mouse problem though I do not see any evidence of mice.  I tried to follow the wiring all the way from the sensor but loose it where it goes into the body.  
Can anyone help me out with suggestions?