Seat Leon >> Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44- / -G46-

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Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44- / -G46- , vehicles with front-wheel drive

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque wrenches - V.A.G 1410-

Anti-lock brake system

  • Lubricating paste - Electronic parts catalogue.

Removing

  • Remove electrical connector -2- from the speed sensor.
  • Unscrew bolt -1-, pull speed sensor from the torsion beam axle.

Installing

Carry out installation in the reverse sequence, noting the following:

  • Before fitting the speed sensor, the inner surface of the hole must be cleaned and lubricating paste must be applied all around it - Electronic parts catalogue .

Anti-lock brake system

Removing and installing speed sensor on rear axle -G44- / -G46- , vehicles with four-wheel drive

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque wrenches - V.A.G 1410-

Anti-lock brake system

  • Lubricating paste - Electronic parts catalogue

Removing

  • Remove electrical connector -2- from the speed sensor.
  • Unscrew bolt -1- and pull speed sensor out of wheel bearing housing.

Anti-lock brake system

Note Disregard item -3-.

Installing

Carry out installation in the reverse sequence, noting the following:

  • Before fitting the speed sensor, the inner surface of the hole must be cleaned and lubricating paste must be applied all around it - Electronic parts catalogue .
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