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Old 07-27-2016, 01:05 PM   #1
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Speed Sensor Wires Ripped

So recently all my abs and traction control lights popped up on my dash. Went to the dealer and they told me my passenger side sensor wires ripped. Apparently they can't repair it because the cars too low for the rack. Anyone have any opinions on this matter? Should I replace or fix it myself or try to have another shop do it?


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The dealer is jerking you around with the too low to put it on the lift story. 2x4s solve that problem, and I would be shocked if they did not have some for just that purpose.
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The dealer is jerking you around with the too low to put it on the lift story. 2x4s solve that problem, and I would be shocked if they did not have some for just that purpose.

I'm going I try a different dealership. I asked them how they got it on the lift first to even check and they said they used a different lift. Then I asked why they couldn't fix it on there and no answer. I'm bagged so I'm pretty sure getting it on the lift would be no issue with 2x4s


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