Where in the spidergear housing is the sensor for the traction control?
Are you talking about the rear differential? The traction control runs off the ABS sensor data. When activated, it uses the ABS system to stop the tire(s) from spinning as well as repositions the throttle body to decrease RPM's.
Yes ,I believe so. I was told that the sensors can be on the axle. Or in the housing. I wish I could get a picture of the sensor. I think when my seals were replaced, the sensors were not put back on. So the abs, and traction lights are staying on. The abs button next to the flashers, shows off. And won't turn on.
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