SOLVED: Another misfire chasing threads (2008 express van)

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Tonyrodz

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So when I had my NBS I had like 9 ABS codes. They were most likely linked to a failed ABS module (from what I read online). But at $500 for replacement I just rode out with them lights the entire time I owned it lol

I just ordered another hub. Sending this shit back without a sensor. Idc Amazon can shove it for sending me 2 broken ones back to back
Not only is the abs light on, the brake light is on too.
 
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LOL this is why my hubs keep arriving broken. The sensor seems to be intact on this one though

I also assume the hub takes more abuse on the road then in shipping

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Replaced hub today and didn’t mess with the sensor. That fixed my ABS problem. Never would of thought aftermarket hubs would require their own sensors.
 

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Solved. My mechanic is an idiot. (I’m the mechanic) Cylinder 2 is the absolute hardest cylinder to get to on these vans and when I pulled the spark plug. It had zero gap. I must of banged it around trying to get it threaded :mad:
I can be an idiot once in a while too. Takes an honest man to fess up - respect!
 

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