How to Replace Front ABS Sensor 05-10 Chrysler 300

How to Replace Front ABS Sensor 05-10 Chrysler 300

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to replace a broken or faulty ABS sensor. The video is applicable to the 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10 Chrysler 300

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 10mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Gloves
• Rust Penetrant
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands

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Scott Willis says:

Learned: the ABS to wheel well connector is held in place by a spring clip that goes across the top and down both sides. I ended up prying it up (a bit on the left, a bit on the right, back and forth) and lifting it up with needle nose pliers, then wiggling the old sensor cable connector with pliers until it broke free of the dust and grime. It only LOOKED like it was all one piece.

Scott Willis says:

Thanks for the video!

I would initially jack up enough to reduce the load on the wheel, loosen lug nuts about 1/4..1/2 turn in a 1, 3, 5, 2, 4 pattern, jack it up further and then remove the lug nuts. If you have to remove the wheel at all; per another post may not be necessary. Probably just put it up on ramps.

Pics of the original sensor and wire routing may be helpful! Take them pre-disassembly. Note 2:00 the original harness ran on the inside of the brake hose curve; 3:32 replacement was on the outside and was being pulled too tight. Want to follow the original routing.

If threads are messed up, thread restoring taps and dies are available, and will push metal back into place instead of cutting it away like a regular tap or die. Use lube.

300 Movement says:

I ordered the camshaft for my 300 I'm trying to locate where it goes help

Eliezer Tirado says:

Don't have to remove the tire, also you put the wire back on the clip wrong which made you loop the sensor wire. That loop loses you a bit of space that can cause pinching of the wire.

Columbus Spanish says:

Hey man I got a Chrysler 300 2007 touring but it won’t go over 35 mph

Willie Davis says:

What problems do having bad sensors cause?

Xo Soy says:

I have an all wheel Chrysler 300 2008… would I have to get the 4 piece set and replace all four sensors? My Abs, traction control and ESP BAS light is on.. would this fix my problem?

tigerseye says:

Here in Ohio and other northern states you may not be able to just pull the old sensor out with simple pliers, especially if the car is more than 3 or 4 years old, due to winter corrosion. I had to snip off the wire at the sensor and carefully drill the body of the sensor remaining in the hole with a drill bit not as large as the sensor. Do not go the full length of the sensor. Leave about 1/8 inch un-drilled. Now the sensors thin outer wall will release its grip on the sides of the rusty hole and allow extraction with needle nose pliers with very little effort. This relates to the front knuckles, which are cast steel. the rear castings are aluminum and the sensors can be easily removed from those without drilling.

Alessandra Mariano says:

I have a 300c 2008, 3.5 – V6 and the same is with the speedometer oscillating and when this happens the liz the parking sensor lights up and sometimes the air bag too. in addition the arrow on the external side flashes normal and the panel is locked. Please, can you help me? I'm from Brazil

Colby Forsyth says:

I have replaced all of these wires on my Jeep and the light still comes on, any reason you can think of

Land Of Oz 815 says:

Replaced both speed sensors on passenger side, code still doesn't go away. What else could be wrong?

Bruce Junker says:

Thanks again for all your videos, can't tell you how many times, your videos have helped me, but at 2.08 in this video, you showed me how to disconnect the electrical, which I needed to replace the fender liner, So Thanks Again. your videos rock

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