Please Help 2005 Altima SE SLIP, ABS and TCS come on
2005 Altima SE
issue is that while driving the SLIP, ABS and TCS lights will come on after driving for about 5 mins and when pressing the break it will some times make a gringing sound almost like the abs is kicking in and pulsating.
I took it to my mechanic and I do have the code can't remember what it was but it was the right rear wheel speed malfunction, so he replaced the speed sensor, that didn't work, then replaced the bearing, that worked for about 1 week. It seems to be getting worse, what else could it be? wiring, ABS itself causing the problem, I've already spent $800 and it is still not fixed. Any help would be helpful.
Ok thanks Nismo, I was thinking that it has to do with the electrical, there is nothing else back there that would cause the problem. I just thought that the harness was part of the sensor, but I guess not . Once I get his to check that and hopefully the harness is not to expensive I will get him to order one and let you know the outcome.
ok after talking to the parts guy he said that the harness is different and is about $375 canadian. He also checked with one of the mechanics there and they said it could be either that or the ABS controller actuator module which was $1200...LOL.
I had the same issue with another car, it was an abs sensor. The slip, traction control and ABS light were all on. And i couldnt turn TC on, it was stuck off. I just brought it the dealer, and he reset evrything. Probably not your case, but just putting it out there
I just recently had this issue, and i used a snap-on code reader and measured all 4 wheel speed at the same time and the issue was RR abs/speed sensor. I had that changed and its fine now.
Hope it helps
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