THROWING CODE P1715 "REAR WHEEL SENSOR CIRCUIT MALFUNCTION". WHAT NEEDS REPLACED?
1998 Toyota Rav4 • 25,126 miles
Had engine replaced, Has no speed sensor on rear axle, no wheel sensors, just 2 trans solenoids that can be seen through the left front wheel area. One is a pair connected by a single wire, the other is a single solenoid. Which one need replaced??
Do you have a multi meter to do some testing?
Yes, I have a multi meter. It seems like the dual solenoids control the speedometer, but don't know how to test them to see which one controls the rear wheel sensor circuit?
I posted all the info for that code let me know what you find.
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