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Not sure how to describe this..................I assume there is a cable from engine compartment that drops down through the inner wheel arch to attach the speed/wear sensor cable to? This has been removed as the previous owner couldn't be a**ed to fix discs and pads!! So I need to know what this part is and where it would connect to? Hope I have explained it enough for someone to help
 

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Are you asking about the brake wear indicator from the pads ?
 

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No the part from sensor cable to engine

Is the connection block in the wing liner missing? You should have connections for wheel speed sensors and for brake pads .
 

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Id imagine it to go back to the fusebox tbh.

That connection block isn't related to the engine.
 
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brake pad wear sensors & ABS sensors are two different things ;)
Very well spotted, however we are talking about the missing link/cable to I assume somewhere in engine bay/ fuse box or where ever it might hide away ;)
 

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So if it is missing will the ABS light not be permanently on? Also the cruse controls won't work either.
 
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The picture hopefully explains what I think is missing!! speed sensor connection to ecu?
 

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Told you this 21st November 2020 . :)
Mmmm looked several times and do not see the name of the a fore said connection cable or where it actually plugs into unless I have misread it?
 

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The picture hopefully explains what I think is missing!! speed sensor connection to ecu?
Sooo, the hand in the blue glove is not your hand, i.e. that is not a picture of your car.
On your car, do you have the cable going to that wheel? If you do, then please put up a picture of the connector at the engine end. The picture should show the inside so I can see how many pins/connections are there.
 

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Sooo, the hand in the blue glove is not your hand, i.e. that is not a picture of your car.
On your car, do you have the cable going to that wheel? If you do, then please put up a picture of the connector at the engine end. The picture should show the inside so I can see how many pins/connections are there.
Post 5 that I put up. :)
 
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Sooo, the hand in the blue glove is not your hand, i.e. that is not a picture of your car.
On your car, do you have the cable going to that wheel? If you do, then please put up a picture of the connector at the engine end. The picture should show the inside so I can see how many pins/connections are there.
Matt no the car is not my actual vehicle, the part I am looking for would be the part from the wheel arch to the ecu which is completely missing so currently no wheel sensor on at the moment hence no abs or run flat indicator if that helps? So I need to know what to search for as a replacement or even order from MB
 

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Did you not post a similar thread while back realising that all this gubbins was missing.
 

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