Having replaced the rear shocks the ABS & ASR lights have come on.

Paul Matthews
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Asked by Paul Mar 06, 2013 at 05:52 PM about the Mazda MAZDA5

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have checked the fault codes and retreived code C1165 - Right hand rear ABS sensor input signal. Replaced the sensor but fault code does not clear and there is no signal being picked up by the diagnostic kit (Snap-on Solus). Any ideas?? Possibly an ABS MODULE FAULT??

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kbro
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I would lean more towards wiring or a connection issue rather then the module since you said they came on just after a recent repair. have you checked the air gap between the sensor and the tone ring and have you checked the tone ring its self for damage?

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