Video: Understanding Passive Wheel Speed Sensor Operation

Video: Understanding Passive Wheel Speed Sensor Operation

Tire Review’s Maddie Winer reviews how a passive wheel speed sensor works, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.

When replacing a wheel bearing on a late model vehicle, you’ll likely be dealing with a wheel speed sensor.

Tire Review’s Maddie Winer reviews how a passive wheel speed sensor works, from the Tire Review Continental Tire Garage Studio at Babcox Media.

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