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Old 05-28-2013, 09:25 AM
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All you have to do is look at the hubs and see if the sensor line comes out of the top of the hub or not. The wire will follow the control arm up and then cross to the frame. My '07 has it on the drivers side and not the passengers side.


FYI - a hub/wheel bearing will typically emit a low growl when it is going bad, not a squeal. And that growling will change if you turn the wheels going down the road...you can also typically feel it in the floorboards if one is going out.
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