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Old 05-10-2012, 12:34 PM   #1
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Do any handheld scanners let you see what each wheel speed sensor is reading?

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Yes, for example OTC Nemisys.
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Yes, for example OTC Nemisys.
Any more affordable examples?
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Cheap scanners only do ABS DTC's but not ABS pid's.
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Thanks, i think i'm going to go with autoenginuity.
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You will need AE plus GM Enhanced to read ABS pids (it does bidirectional also).
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