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does any body know what the proper resistance values should be in a good rear abs wheel sensor?
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Chrysler doesn't list a spec in their service info, probably because the resistance can be within spec and the sensor still be bad. The best way to diagnose a sensor issue is with a lab scope or graphing DMM that will allow you to observe the waveform.
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