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Old 31 May 2004, 12:33 am
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Default ___ Do ABS sensors get rusted in place, OR WHAT ! ! !

Big mistake I made . .

Thought I'd slip one of my rear ABS sensors out of a '95 Odyssey. Two
bolts, clean and inspect, put back in and check the clearance. Not so.
Broke the steel plate off, sensor still wouldn't come out. Couldn't even
get the 'remains' out with a chisel and sledge hammer. Too bad it wasn't
mounted in a couple of O-rings instead of fitting 'snug'. The rust had
locked it in there permanently. I finally destroyed it one whack at a
time (without sacrificing the tone ring) and now I'm shopping for a new
sensor. Some things mortals should never mess with.

End of confession :-(

'Curly'

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Old 31 May 2004, 01:43 pm
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On Sun, 30 May 2004 23:33:16 -0600, "motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com>
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||Big mistake I made . .
||
||Thought I'd slip one of my rear ABS sensors out of a '95 Odyssey. Two
||bolts, clean and inspect, put back in and check the clearance. Not so.
||Broke the steel plate off, sensor still wouldn't come out. Couldn't even
||get the 'remains' out with a chisel and sledge hammer. Too bad it wasn't
||mounted in a couple of O-rings instead of fitting 'snug'. The rust had
||locked it in there permanently. I finally destroyed it one whack at a
||time (without sacrificing the tone ring) and now I'm shopping for a new
||sensor. Some things mortals should never mess with.

If it was that corroded, it was probably near failure.


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Old 31 May 2004, 05:01 pm
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Rex B wrote:
> On Sun, 30 May 2004 23:33:16 -0600, "motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com>
> wrote:
>
> ||Big mistake I made . .
> ||
> ||Thought I'd slip one of my rear ABS sensors out of a '95 Odyssey. Two
> ||bolts, clean and inspect, put back in and check the clearance. Not so.
> ||Broke the steel plate off, sensor still wouldn't come out. Couldn't even
> ||get the 'remains' out with a chisel and sledge hammer. Too bad it wasn't
> ||mounted in a couple of O-rings instead of fitting 'snug'. The rust had
> ||locked it in there permanently. I finally destroyed it one whack at a
> ||time (without sacrificing the tone ring) and now I'm shopping for a new
> ||sensor. Some things mortals should never mess with.
>
> If it was that corroded, it was probably near failure.
>
>
> Texas Parts Guy

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Not really. . . the part that gets stuck is all made of plastic, the
shape of a cylinder, but it passed thru a tubular hole in the rear
knuckle, where the rust surrounds it, locking it in place after a few
salty years :-(

P.S. Anybody in North america got a rear-right ABS sensor for a gen 1
Odyssey? Remove the underscores to reply if you do...

'curly'

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Old 31 May 2004, 08:36 pm
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motsco_ _ wrote:
> Rex B wrote:
>
>> On Sun, 30 May 2004 23:33:16 -0600, "motsco_ _" <"motsco_
>> _"@interbaun.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> ||Big mistake I made . .
>> ||
>> ||Thought I'd slip one of my rear ABS sensors out of a '95 Odyssey.
>> Two ||bolts, clean and inspect, put back in and check the clearance.
>> Not so. ||Broke the steel plate off, sensor still wouldn't come out.
>> Couldn't even ||get the 'remains' out with a chisel and sledge hammer.
>> Too bad it wasn't ||mounted in a couple of O-rings instead of fitting
>> 'snug'. The rust had ||locked it in there permanently. I finally
>> destroyed it one whack at a ||time (without sacrificing the tone ring)
>> and now I'm shopping for a new ||sensor. Some things mortals should
>> never mess with.
>>
>> If it was that corroded, it was probably near failure.
>>
>> Texas Parts Guy

>
> __________________
>
> Not really. . . the part that gets stuck is all made of plastic, the
> shape of a cylinder, but it passed thru a tubular hole in the rear
> knuckle, where the rust surrounds it, locking it in place after a few
> salty years :-(
>
> P.S. Anybody in North america got a rear-right or rear-left (((Turns out a rear-left can be made to work too)))ABS sensor for a gen 1
> Odyssey? Remove the underscores to reply if you do...
>
> 'curly'
>



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Old 01 Jun 2004, 09:36 am
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On Mon, 31 May 2004 16:01:22 -0600, "motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com>
wrote:

||Rex B wrote:
||> On Sun, 30 May 2004 23:33:16 -0600, "motsco_ _" <"motsco_ _"@interbaun.com>
||> wrote:
||>
||> ||Big mistake I made . .
||> ||
||> ||Thought I'd slip one of my rear ABS sensors out of a '95 Odyssey. Two
||> ||bolts, clean and inspect, put back in and check the clearance. Not so.
||> ||Broke the steel plate off, sensor still wouldn't come out. Couldn't even
||> ||get the 'remains' out with a chisel and sledge hammer. Too bad it wasn't
||> ||mounted in a couple of O-rings instead of fitting 'snug'. The rust had
||> ||locked it in there permanently. I finally destroyed it one whack at a
||> ||time (without sacrificing the tone ring) and now I'm shopping for a new
||> ||sensor. Some things mortals should never mess with.
||>
||> If it was that corroded, it was probably near failure.
||>
||>
||> Texas Parts Guy
||__________________
||
||Not really. . . the part that gets stuck is all made of plastic, the
||shape of a cylinder, but it passed thru a tubular hole in the rear
||knuckle, where the rust surrounds it, locking it in place after a few
||salty years :-(
||
||P.S. Anybody in North america got a rear-right ABS sensor for a gen 1
||Odyssey? Remove the underscores to reply if you do...

I'm sure someone does, depending on what years "gen 1" denotes.
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Old 01 Jun 2004, 11:09 am
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Rex B wrote:

> P.S. Anybody in North america got a rear-right OR rear-left ABS sensor for a gen 1

Odyssey? Remove the underscores to reply if you do...
>
> I'm sure someone does, depending on what years "gen 1" denotes.
> Texas Parts Guy


Generation One was from 1995 thru 1998. I think it was available as
Isuzu Oasis until 1999

Anybody know of a wrecking yard that has an Odyssey siting around?
please contact me. Anywhere in North America would be fine...

'Curly'

To REPLY: If there are a couple of underscores in my return address,
you must remove them to reply directly . . . . . . Thanks.

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