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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-03-2001, 12:01 AM
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Tracker rear end wires?

What is those black and white wires (inside thick coating) which are going driver side of
Trackers rear 3rd member? Is some kind of speed sensor or what?



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Re: Tracker rear end wires?

I believe it's the speed sensor for the anti-lock brakes.


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Re: Tracker rear end wires?

Some trackicks have RWAL, rear only antilock brakes.. mine does, doesn't do crap though, I can lock up my rears, maybe it's those 31's throwing the system off. It's a single channel system so I think maybe both rears have to lock to get it to trigger. If you are not using the rear in a trackick with the RWAL system then just leave it unplugged.

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Re: Tracker rear end wires?

Thanx for answers.
I have few different wiring diagrams but they don't show that "thing".
I will not connect it when I do my rear end swap.
There was also wierd "apparatus" side of brake booster/cylinder and it's probably part
of that RWAL system

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