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  1. hadge

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    hey all...can some1 please tell me if this is the cable to run from back driver wheel to under back seat in for 2007 nitro..thx in advance

    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/262914630060
    Interchange Part Number: 56041309AA
    MPN: 56041509AA, Wheel Speed Sensor
     
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    Those #'s are not in the parts manuals.
    The Nitro wheel speed sensors are separate from the body harness.
    IE the Nitro sensor unplugs from the harness.
     
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    Thank you for reply Scar..
    some other part numbers listed..

    5604 1509 AA, 5604 1309 AA, HCA-CH-036,ALS55, 5S4979
    Anything there work for me?or point me in direction to get part i am in need of?
     
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    Are you looking for the harness or the sensor?
     
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    the harness is what i am after Scar0, but if this will work with with the sensor made onto it i would be a bonus for the price
     
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    I have not had mine apart. Is there a connector of some sort under the seat?
    The only thing I see in the parts manuals is a complete body harness.

    Not sure if that sensor is the right length (depth) or frequency for the Nitro, or if it would even bolt up.
    Might be easier to just splice in the correct plug (junkyard pull) and get a new sensor.
     
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    Hey guys. I've been fixing a Rear Right abs issue myself. FYI I replaced the speed sensor and the also spliced on a new connector. Weatherproof butt connectors were used and taped. Here is a link of the connector that works:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/2pcs-Rear-...e=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

    It seemed to have fixed my issue.

    I also noticed a round rubber grommet came loose under the back seat. I'll be pulling the seat tomorrow and checking for any shorts. I'll also upload some pictures. I am also wondering if this is the same wiring harness that goes to the tire pressure sensor transponders? I've also been having tire pressure reading go in and out. I'll post more tomorrow night.

    Tom
     
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    i look forward to those pictures.I am thinking my problem lies at the junction under the back seat.
     
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    56048898AE is for the 2009. It is called the "fuel tank wiring harness".
    My guess is the sensor wire is tied into this harness.
    @tsremodel, did you find any shorts in the wires?
    Others who have had a shop do the work reported shorts causing the problems.
    Unfortunately they were not able to get Pics of where the shorts occurred.
     
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    HI Scar0 My RT is a 07 so I guess that harness is also in the 07's and up. I wasn't able to check things over to much other then getting the rear seat out and getting a quick peak at it. There is a plug attached to the harness. Only problem is I'm having a hard time uploading them. The weird part is that the abs lights were off until i started moving around the plug attached the harness so I'm thinking there is a short inside that harness or plug. I also noticed a black wire that looks like it might be a ground wire. I will be working more on this tomorrow and will post everything I find. My plans are to remove the entire harness and fully check each wire.
     
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    The 07 part # is the same except the last letter is a "B".
    The 08 part # is also the same except the last letter is a "D"
    In 10 and 11 the part # changed to 68045589AA
    Strange that you have an 09 # in your 07. Wonder if it was replaced at some point.
    Hard part of removing the harness completely is it goes to the fuel tank. It will be tough to reach.
    BTW the last post(#13) Pic can not be seen.
     
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    Hey Guys. I found the problem wire!!! Corroded wire... No need to remove the rear seat. I'll post a write up with pictures tonight. Scar0.... Do you happen to know what that black box that looks like a amp mounted to the bottom of the rear seat does?
     
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    The wire was found about 4' from the right wheel speed sensor about in the middle of the rear end.
     

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    Under Rear Set Plug. 26853958_10215994118072029_1656662429_o.jpg
     
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    Corroded/shorted wire is what others reported in the past.
    Now we have Pics to go along with it. Many thanks tsremodel!
    Was the corroded wire inside or outside the rig?
    That would be the power inverter for the 120v plug on the back of the center console.
     

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