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95 ETC ABS light is on and Traction Control is disabled. I pulled codes and it was throwing the t027 code. I replaced the LF wheel hub. Cleared codes and then it threw the t037 code. Replace the LR wheel hub and found out the wire was bad/corroded. I traced the wire back til it was good and replaced it. Now this piece of crap is throwing the T023 code! RF Wheel Speed Sensor Continuity Fault! What in the hell is going on here??? I even pulled the connection at the EBTCM or whatever its called and cleaned out the connections with electronics cleaner and dried it. Any ideas on why I am literally chasing sensors around the car?!?!

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What made you replace the wheel hub bearings on that "piece of crap" as you say? Were they loose and making noise?

Wheel hub bearings rarely go bad other than the bearings wearing out, the speed sensor part I have never heard going bad, unless the bearing is shot

Do you have a factory service manual for that 15 year old "piece of crap"?

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I'm just saying piece of crap because it's aggravating me, sorry if I offended you. I'm sure you can understand my frustration.

The LF wheel bearing was making noise so it had to be replaced and the speed sensor was throwing the open circuit code for that one.

The LR bearing was making a tiny bit of noise and it was throwing the open circuit code for that one.

I have the Chiltons manual for that car, not the GM service manual.

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I have a 95 manual, Ill see what I can find on this later

Pre-1995 - DTC codes OBD1  >>

1996 and newer - DTC codes OBD2 >> https://www.obd-codes.com/trouble_codes/gm/obd_codes.htm

How to check for codes Caddyinfo How To Technical Archive >> http://www.caddyinfo.com/wordpress/cadillac-how-to-faq/

Cadillac History & Specifications Year by Year  http://www.motorera.com/cadillac/index.htm

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My '92 had a sensor go before the bearing. Well, at least it gave me symptoms before the bearing. Three in a row, one after the other is a little too coincidental. Something else is going on.

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My '92 had a sensor go before the bearing. Well, at least it gave me symptoms before the bearing. Three in a row, one after the other is a little too coincidental. Something else is going on.

My thoughts exactly! Literally, I fix one speed sensor then clear the codes. Start the car up again and the code for the next speed sensor is on. I didn't even drop the car into gear! I just can't figure out what would cause this. The connections at the EBTCM (I think that's right) were perfectly clean when I looked but I cleaned them anyways just to be sure.

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