I took it to a trusted mechanic and they said the light code was giving several different errors, so they tried cleaning the contacts to see if that would fix it. They said if the wheel bearing needs replaced that the part alone would be over $400.
It was all right for one day and then started with the same problems, though less frequently. Someone else told me the sensor for the ABS is in the wheel bearing and that is why it is so expensive.
Is this true about the sensor location and price? Is this something we could fix ourselves? My husband is quite experienced at older model repairs.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, June 10th, 2008 AT 11:37 AM