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Old 08-23-2010, 09:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone replaced their own tone rings/wheels??
These are the toothed rings attached on the ends of the drive axles that the ABS sensors read for rotation.
They are prone to corrode and crack, which randomly sets off your ABS system.
The brake system is fine except for this.

Can I replace just the tone ring, which I believe is pressed onto the end of the driveshaft? I really do not want to replace a good driveshaft.

If this is too complex to repair quickly, can I disable the ABS system until I can get it resolved?? It is making my wife nervous.

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If it was my car I'd take out the ABS relay, then you have standard power brakes with no weird behavior, but ABS light on the dash.
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Please stick to 1 thread about your ABS rings....

http://www.hyundai-forums.com/index.php?showtopic=52326

The problem with goofing the HECU is that the modules all get their vehicle sped from the HECU...

Right front sensor sends AC signal to HECU, it gets converted to DC, and sent to all the other modules.. IF you do anything, remove the "ABS 2" fuseible link from junction block, this will shut power off to the pump motor.

Tone rings, I explained it in other post.. follow what I told you.

Post a pic of your ring, and I will telll you which 1 you have..

HEHEHEEE - We gots (2) of the thin ring... Thin ring has part number in middle, thick ring is by itself..

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Old 08-23-2010, 05:08 PM   #4 (permalink)
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QUOTE (sbr711 @ Aug 23 2010, 11:41 AM)
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Please stick to 1 thread about your ABS rings....

http://www.hyundai-forums.com/index.php?showtopic=52326

The problem with goofing the HECU is that the modules all get their vehicle sped from the HECU...

Right front sensor sends AC signal to HECU, it gets converted to DC, and sent to all the other modules.. IF you do anything, remove the "ABS 2" fuseible link from junction block, this will shut power off to the pump motor.

Tone rings, I explained it in other post.. follow what I told you.

Post a pic of your ring, and I will telll you which 1 you have..

HEHEHEEE - We gots (2) of the thin ring... Thin ring has part number in middle, thick ring is by itself..
Perfect!!

Here's a pic:
http://i997.photobucket.com/albums/af94/dn...ms/P1010053.jpg

Thanks sbr!!
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