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    Post Wheel Bearing Replacement Caused ABS, TRAC lights

    Hey Guys, Had a wheel bearing noise, changed the drivers side, turns out both must be screwed because the noise is only half as bad.....

    anyway, had a had a machinist friend push out and press in the new bearing. I put it back together, and ABS and trac control lights are on. Tried disconnecting battery for 10 mins and still no luck so I'm assuming the bearing is back the front and the magnetised trigger for the abs sensor is inside the bearing. Anyone knows if the trigger is on the black strip or the metal side of the bearing?

    Also anyone had wheel bearing issues at like 70k kms, seems crazy to me as I have had wheelbearings last to 200k. Car is within warranty but because I don't have service stamps Mitsubishi warranty is void even though a wheelbearing can't be serviced LOL!

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    Welcome to the forum! Sorry to hear about your issues with wheel bearings. We’ve seen a few members have some issues with wheel bearings. Hopefully someone with some knowledge of the ABS system will be able to help.

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    Perhaps this might help. Dark side inward, silver seal out (hub) side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daleWV View Post
    Perhaps this might help. Dark side inward, silver seal out (hub) side.
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    Awesome Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taylor13 View Post
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    Taylor13 welcome to the forum. Tell us more about yourself and your Mirage by making a Garage entry here on the forum. This car is found worldwide and it is always good to hear how they are configured in various markets and how they hold up under different conditions.

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    Thanks for joining and look forward to seeing your solution to this.

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