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2000 1.8tqs abs sensor?

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by ian52, Jan 19, 2009.

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    ian52 2000 a4 1.8tqs-yellow

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    what front abs sensor should i buy for my facelift quattro sport?i need a new front abs sensor and seen some on ebay but not sure on part numbers.it has the same plugs and has the pad wear sensor plug and the sensor itself looks the same.should it work fine?
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    Make sure the part numbers match, resistance vary with different parts.
    If wrong parts are fitted, it's very possible to cause damage to the control unit.

    If in doubt, buy genuine NEW.
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    they are new but not sure what part number i need.the old one is being a total cock to get out too.ill get the proper part number from audi.
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    PM me your chassis number, and let me know what side front you're trying to identify.
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    8d0 927 803d is the part number of the one on ebay and it looks identical to mine.its the front right.
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    Ian, checked via your chassis number.

    The ebay one is the correct part number.
    I'd suggest you remove your chassis number though!
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