Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Dodge Dakota?

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The rear wheel sensor's work is to check the current status of the speed of the wheels of the Dodge Dakota. To remove it, you would need to shift it in either first gear or park mode. You can probably locate the rear wheel sensor underneath the car. Using a special ended wench, remove the rear wheel sensor carefully. There is a steel bolt that you can remove so that it will fall.
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