There's certainly nothing complicated about replacing the sensor, but
sometimes they're quite difficult to work with. Often, the sensor will
seize in the steering knuckle and won't come out. Otherwise, it's a
simple matter of removing the wheel and fender liner and
unbolting/unclipping the wire and sensor, and disconnecting it.
Beware, though, a DTC indicating a problem with the wheel speed sensor
signal doesn't necessarily mean the sensor itself is the culprit. The
tone wheel on the axle could be cracked or damaged. Or the wiring could
be cut or chewed. I've seen each of these more frequently than wheel
speed sensor failures.
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