I have a 1999 Dodge Dakota 4 Wheel Drive Truck with a 3.9L V6 engine and my Question is every tine I call to get a price on a passenger side Wheel hub the first thing thay ask is it two wheel or four wheel ABS Brake system. I have ABS system on it but I don't have a clue witch it is. I have disk in front and drum in the back and I don't see any wires at all comeing from the hub or back at the drum brakes. I have replaced a ABS sensor in the back over the wheel axel before but the wires are going into a larger set of wires. At master cylinger it has one clip pluging into a manifol with brake lines going into the master cylinder. Can you help me determine witch ABS System I have. Thank You
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 20th, 2011 AT 3:10 PM
Four-wheel ABS has a sensor at each wheel. If you have a single sensor in the "pumpkin", the center of the rear axle, that is rear-wheel anti-lock.