ABS Tech Tip 1 -

ABS Tech Tip 1

In this tech tip clip, Instructor Peter Orlando gives you a helpful tip concerning your new ABS wheel speed sensor. He explains to you how to use your voltmeter and a screwdriver to test if the new part is bad or good BEFORE you even put it in the car.

In this tech tip clip, Instructor Peter Orlando gives you a helpful tip concerning your new ABS wheel speed sensor. He explains to you how to use your voltmeter and a screwdriver to test if the new part is bad or good BEFORE you even put it in the car. Watch Now.

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