There is one wheel sensor located at each hub. It reads to rotational speed in relation to the other wheels. Since you just had your power steering fixed, I would check the left front first. Make sure that the connector is fully seated on the sensor. The dealer may have bumped it, or removed it during service. Let us know how you make out.Hi, has anyone had any experience with this code? From what I have read it could be the speed / abs sensor on the left side. Is there anyway to tell which one, or do both need to be replaced?
Code U1417 - IMPLAUSIBLE LEFT WHEEL DISTANCE SIGNAL
LOL! Sorry for laughing mate but I just went through this last weekend when I changed all four rotors and pads. A couple of the rotors were right beasts to get off.Got the caplier and caliper carrier off but the front left but rotor will not budge. I have soaked it in penetrating lube and hammered on it with a rubber mallet, it will not budge. Any tips?
Yes the front sensor. The lights were off when I first started it up. A short drive later they came on again. I will clear the codes and give it a try, thanls for the suggestion.I assume you replaced the front sensor.?
You may have to do a battery disconnect to clear the code and then drive a while to see if it comes back on.
I hear you, it was driving me nuts not being able to figure it out, hope you can figure out your oil leak, those are fun to figure out where it is coming from. Drove back and forth to work today and still no codes, so its all good.Excellent, hopefully the codes stay off, keep us informed. It always feels good when you finally solve these irritating issues.
My wife's Honda CRV has a small oil leak that is driving me batty. I think I have it narrowed down to a crankcase seal leak but it's been challenging.