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Default How to diagnose which ABS Sensor is faulty

Hi, I have been having problems with my '07 SV going into limp mode every time it runs. It was so bad that I thought it was a transmission problem. A transmission shop even confirmed that the transmission was shot and quoted me $800 just to diagnose it! The car wouldn't drive more than 35mph. I didn't get any OBD codes either.

I recently found a post that said that these symptoms could be caused due to a faulty ABS sensor I then pulled my ABS fuse, and instantly the issue disappeared! Car now shifts and accelerates like it used to.

Now, I need to figure out which one of the ABS sensors are bad. I am just curious about what the procedure would be.

Thanks!
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