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Technical Support / Re: ABS Sensors Part Numbers?
« Last post by David T. Richelderfer on January 24, 2020, 10:05:24 PM »
I have never installed one of these but I found a video that has almost identical looking parts which shows how to install the ABS sensors.  It may help answer your questions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOOzyZH1oOI


Also, this file shows the Wabco sensor installation.

http://beamalarm.com/Documents/installation_instructions_for_meritor_wabco_wheel_speed_sensor_replacement_kit.html
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Technical Support / Re: ABS Sensors Part Numbers?
« Last post by Lonne Mays on January 24, 2020, 09:31:19 PM »
OK, I crawled under the coach and disconnected and removed one of the damaged rear ABS sensors (see attached picture).  I read the number imprinted directly on the wire and it is marked on the senor wire as: WABCO 4410328090.  I called several truck parts dealers here in Chandler AZ (where we are staying for another week to visit with friends and meet up with former work colleagues), and found one (Midco Truck Parts in Chandler) that had them in stock for under $40 ea.  These are genuine WABCO (made in Germany) OEM parts, and the parts guy told me that they can be ordered by another number: R955336.

I have also attached a picture of the new sensor and the spring sleeve that is used to hold it in place.  Now all I have to do is have someone tell me how to insert the sensor back in the wheel.  I.e., does the sleeve go in first and then the sensor get pressed into place?  Or does one put the sleeve around the sensor and then insert the combination in one motion?  Does anyone know the proper procedure/technique? 
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Technical Support / Re: ABS Sensors Part Numbers?
« Last post by Lonne Mays on January 24, 2020, 06:00:21 PM »
Hi LaMonte,
do you know what manufacturer that 16616424 part number is for (Wabco, Eaton, Bendix, etc.)??  Where did you purchase the part?
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Technical Support / Re: ABS Sensors Part Numbers?
« Last post by LaMonte Monnell on January 24, 2020, 03:10:53 PM »
I had an overheated front brake also and had to replace the front one...

front ABS sensor on my 2001 Contessa was part number: 16617181

rear ABS sensor is part number: 16616424

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Technical Support / Re: ABS Sensors Part Numbers?
« Last post by Lonne Mays on January 24, 2020, 01:34:45 PM »
Hi Mike,
Yes, thanks, I have read that thread (as well as all the other forum threads that came up with a search using "ABS sensor" as the keywords).  I am trying to find the specific part numbers to order for my rig (99 Contessa Naples, Magnum chassis).  I'm hoping someone has already gone through this with the same rig as mine, and can tell me what part numbers to order.  I have already determined that there are at least 3 or 4 different sensors that look just like mine.  Maybe they are interchangeable? 
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Technical Support / Re: Filters for 06 Monterey with CAT C-9
« Last post by Joel Ashley on January 24, 2020, 01:12:33 PM »
Not that BCS won’t do a good job, but my personal experience was that Peterson Cat in Redmond was less expensive.  Being that they are more chassis/engine specific than BCS, with CAT techs they were quicker too.  That’s probably why it cost less.

Joel
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Technical Support / Re: Filters for 06 Monterey with CAT C-9
« Last post by Andrew Shoen on January 24, 2020, 11:30:10 AM »
Thanks guys.
I did all the fluids and filters. Fuel, air dryer, oil, and air.  Had the trans flushed, radiator flushed, new belts and hoses, etc when I bought it a back in Sept.
I know the shop used NAPA filters, on oil, and fuel. I guess I will wait till BCS for service.

I have always believed that dirt causes friction and friction causes wear, so if the oil is cleaner with less dirt.....
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Technical Support / Re: ABS Sensors Part Numbers?
« Last post by Mike Shumack on January 24, 2020, 11:21:53 AM »
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Technical Support / Re: Filters for 06 Monterey with CAT C-9
« Last post by Joel Ashley on January 24, 2020, 04:20:34 AM »
Take Gerald’s admonition to heart, otherwise you’re wasting time and money.  Whatever you do, Andrew, don’t let a mechanic talk you into anything but CAT filters, especially fuel: 1R-0751 and 1R-0781. 

Actually my owner’s book says Racor R90T for the primary fuel filter, but stick with CAT 1R-0781. 

Oil:  CAT 1R0716.

Joel
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