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Old 03-06-2013, 07:36 AM   #1
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Focus Diagnostic Fault Codes?

The ABS light has been on for a while now and my car is due its MOT soon, so thought id take it for a diagnostic test to see what the problem might be.
This is what the results were....
C1155 SPEED WHEEL SENSOR LEFT FRONT INPUT CIRCUIT
C1233 SPEED WHEEL LEFT FRONT INPUT SIGNAL MISSING
C1235 WHEEL RIGHT REAR INPUT SIGNAL MISSING

Obviously i would think to replace the 2 sensors, but i replaced the N/S/F and O/S/R sensors a few months ago after a separate diagnostic test that came up as N/S/F and O/S/R signal fault but that never did get the ABS light to go out. So replacing the same sensors again would be pointless as they are new sensors.
I have noticed that the sockets that the new sensors plug into are a little corroded but nothing major, What would be your advice for me to do from here? Its a Ford Focus 2001 Zetec 2.0

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Old 03-06-2013, 09:10 AM   #2
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It's likely your problems are in the wiring that lead to the sensors, they are relatively exposed to the elements and there are probably breaks/opens that are causing incomplete circuits, I've had it happen a number of times. At least you know which corners to look at.

What do you mean by N/S/F and O/S/R?
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Old 03-06-2013, 09:18 AM   #3
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Ok thanks I will take a look at the wiring tomorrow. And I mean O/S/R off side rear and N/S/F near side front
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