Passat ABS sensor

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Re: Passat ABS sensor

Postby volrem » Thu Aug 11, 2016 5:42 am

Take a loot at Steve's case study for hints about measuring MRE speed sensors.

https://www.picoauto.com/library/case-s ... -low-speed
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Re: Passat ABS sensor

Postby Dcunning35 » Sat Aug 13, 2016 7:14 am

Hi Viktor I had the same issue with a Delphi sensor on a golf last week stick with the oem part pal .
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Re: Passat ABS sensor

Postby victor2k » Sat Aug 20, 2016 4:34 am

Hello,
The issue was solved using a oem sensor.
Thank you
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Re: Passat ABS sensor

Postby STC » Sat Aug 20, 2016 10:40 pm

victor2k wrote:Hello,
The issue was solved using a oem sensor.
Thank you


OEM has become a term used very loosely lately. I blame the internet and the marketeers.

Did it come from the dealer or elsewhere ?
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Re: Passat ABS sensor

Postby victor2k » Mon Aug 22, 2016 8:21 am

Hello,
OE does not mean original equipment?
I used the same sensor code ,made by ATE .This sensor was buyed from a multibrand shop,not from VW dealer.
At first sensor was a mistake in database,the Delphi sensor wasn't compatible with car and the multibrand shop changed the sensor .
I wonder what signal processor use the ABS unit if the state-of-art from Pico (using native 12 bit resolution) show his limits in this case...
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Re: Passat ABS sensor

Postby STC » Mon Aug 22, 2016 11:13 pm

OE does not mean original equipment?


And OEM = Original Equipment Manufactured ???

You and I know that Viktor but I do believe some motor factors are applying a different translation to that. Well above my pay grade.

A dealer part or a non dealer part that I buy and fit cannot be equal. Different money !! The dealer part should last xxx amount of time longer - What do you think ??

BUT when the 8astard wont work, make things worse "Out of the Box" that is a waste of time and should be a criminal offence.

It is hard enough to diagnose faults on the modern day motor vehicle without the curved balls of Factor parts costing good money, pretending to be genuine and blatantly fake.

I report each and every one I encounter to Trading Standards
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