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Genuine
2011 Scion xD ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Genuine

P311-0507050    W0133-1935747  New

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$316.06
Genuine ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Front Left
Brand: Genuine
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2011 - Scion xD
Vemo
2004 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-5F54D18    W0133-1748366  New

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$71.19
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Production: 04/2003-
  • Front - Left
Brand: Vemo
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Scion xB Fr:04-00-03
Genuine
2009 Scion xD ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Genuine

P311-0507050    W0133-1935747  New

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$316.06
Genuine ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 01/01/2009-
  • Front Left
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2009 - Scion xD Fr:01-01-09
Genuine
2013 Scion xD ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Genuine

P311-0507050    W0133-1935747  New

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$316.06
Genuine ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness
  • Front Left
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle
2013 - Scion xD
Vemo
2013 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-4DBF7EC    W0133-1936185  New

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$206.46
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness
  • Front Right
Brand: Vemo
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Vehicle
2013 - Scion xB
Vemo
2004 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-1F92CB9    W0133-1748368  New

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$95.40
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Production: 04/2003-
  • Front Right
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Scion xB Fr:04-00-03
Vemo
2014 Scion tC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-5B5D584    W0133-1936186  New

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$215.65
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness
  • Front Left
Brand: Vemo
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Vehicle
2014 - Scion tC
Vemo
2006 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-1F92CB9    W0133-1748368  New

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$95.40
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Front Right
Brand: Vemo
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2006 - Scion xB
Vemo
2011 Scion tC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-5B5D584    W0133-1936186  New

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$215.65
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Production: 08/01/2010-
  • Front Left
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2011 - Scion tC Fr:08-01-10
Vemo
2008 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-5B5D584    W0133-1936186  New

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$215.65
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Production: 03/01/2007-
  • Front Left
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Scion xB Fr:03-01-07
Vemo
2011 Scion tC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-4DBF7EC    W0133-1936185  New

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$206.46
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Production: 08/01/2010-
  • Front Right
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2011 - Scion tC Fr:08-01-10
Vemo
2008 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-4DBF7EC    W0133-1936185  New

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$206.46
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Production: 03/01/2007-
  • Front Right
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2008 - Scion xB Fr:03-01-07
Vemo
2011 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-4DBF7EC    W0133-1936185  New

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$206.46
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Front Right
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Scion xB
Vemo
2012 Scion tC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-5B5D584    W0133-1936186  New

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$215.65
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • iSP Sensor Protection Foil
  • Front Left
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2012 - Scion tC
Vemo
2006 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-5F54D18    W0133-1748366  New

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$71.19
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Front - Left
Brand: Vemo
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Vehicle
2006 - Scion xB
MTC
2013 Scion xD ABS Wheel Speed Sensor MTC

P311-3940B7C    W0133-1935745  New

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$120.51
MTC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Incl.ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Wire Harness
  • Front Right
Brand: MTC
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Vehicle
2013 - Scion xD
MTC
2009 Scion xD ABS Wheel Speed Sensor MTC

P311-3940B7C    W0133-1935745  New

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$120.51
MTC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Production: 01/01/2009-
  • Front Right
Brand: MTC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2009 - Scion xD Fr:01-01-09
MTC
2011 Scion xD ABS Wheel Speed Sensor MTC

P311-3940B7C    W0133-1935745  New

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$120.51
MTC ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Front Right
Brand: MTC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Scion xD
Vemo
2004 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-2347E30    W0133-1762238  New

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$51.39
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Production: 04/2003-, Koyo KOYO
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Prod. Date Range
2004 - Scion xB Fr:04-00-03
Vemo
2006 Scion xB ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Vemo

P311-2347E30    W0133-1762238  New

Qty:
In Stock & Ready to Ship
$51.39
Vemo ABS Wheel Speed Sensor
  • Koyo KOYO
Brand: Vemo
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Scion xB

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2005 scion TC, brake problems

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Question From fiberglasslvr on 2005 scion TC, brake problems

so here is the problem, I have a 2005 scion TC, with 80,000 miles and at the end of the brake cycle weither coming from 60 mph or 25mph. the brakes skip and i can feel the pedal vibrate and the car slips forward and emmits something like an error sound. and then catches right after it only slips for a second. but is quite scary. i have had it in various shops since nothing comes up on the scanners they say that they cant find anything wrong.
any info on this issue would be greatly appreciated
thanks in advance.

Response From Discretesignals

What speed do you feel the "error occur? Does it happen right before you come to a stop? Does it happen in parking lot maneuvers? Does it happen in random places? What is the road condition like when this happens?

Response From fiberglasslvr

It happens in pretty much all driving conditions, and it is right before you come to a complete stop.

Response From Discretesignals

From your description is appears the ABS system is activating right before you come to a stop. The ABS system uses speed sensors at the wheels to monitor the wheel speeds. The shop needs to monitor the wheel speed sensor inputs with a scan tool or oscilloscope to see if you have any erratic readings at slower speeds. Has there been any work done to the vehicle?

The wheel speed sensor's signal strength is affected by the gap between the sensor and the tone ring in the wheel bearing housing. If that distance is changed from rust jacking of the sensor, that will cause slow speed ABS activation.

Inspect all your wheel speed sensors for rust jacking.
Rust jacking means the sensor is being raised off the mounting hole by corrosion which changes the air gap.

Response From fiberglasslvr

recently had new rotors installed and a front right wheel bearing. before the wheel bearing was installed the issue only occured sparratically. now it happens on every breaking cycle.

Response From Discretesignals

You should still inspect those sensors for rust jacking. If there is a lot of rust where the sensors mount, you should remove the sensors, put something in the hole to keep trash from getting in there and clean the rust off around the sensor mount. Re-install the sensors. See if that solves your problem.

Response From fiberglasslvr

ill try that thanks for all your help, and ill be letting you know what happens.

Response From Discretesignals

Usually the front sensors would be the ones that would rust jack. The tone rings are actually on the CV axles and the sensor slides through a mounting hole in the knuckle. The rear sensors aren't really prone for that because the sensor is part of a cap on the hub bearings.

Let us know how things turn out.


Response From fiberglasslvr Top Rated Answer

so i had the problem before and after the jobs were done, the work was done by a mechanic but not at the dealership. fluid levels seem good, they also said that they bled the brakes, but that is somthing i can always check again. as far as the wheel speed sensor, is that something i can do or is that something i have to get done, it doesnt look very difficult in the front wheels, but i dont know about the back.
and by the way.
thanks for all the help guys

Response From Discretesignals

If you have a set of jack stands and a jack along with maybe a 10mm or 8mm wrench/socket and a wire brush, you could probably tackle the job yourself.

You'll have to take the tire off and then look at the sensor. If it is really rusty there around the sensor, remove the sensor and clean the area with your wire bush where the sensor mounts. Also make sure no rust is stuck on the bottom or mounting surface of the sensor itself. Once the sensor's mounting surface is free of rust, blow out the screw hole and re-install the sensor and torque the bolt to 80 inch pounds.

Don't clean the rear ones because they are pressed into the wheel bearing hub.