All Standard® ABS Sensors are premium quality and engineered to perform like the original.
Standard® ABS Speed Sensors are designed to provide consistent performance, matching the OE for form, fit and precision function. Features such as superior magnetic circuit materials are engineered into our sensors to deliver higher voltage output preventing ABS system failure.
Superior design is one reason Standard's ABS sensors perform equal to or better than the original.
Extensive laboratory and real-life testing includes evaluating the following:
The competition didn’t physically match up. It measured 29-51% lower voltage output when compared to the GM sample, leading to potential system failure. In the Ford test, the competition measured 45-74% lower voltage, with resistance and inductance flaws that result in poor performance.
Standard® ABS sensors delivered a more consistent signal output performance, matching OE for output voltage, resistance and all critical measurables.
The anti-lock braking system uses an ABS or wheel sensor to monitor the wheel speed and send this information to the ABS computer. The ABS computer uses this information to prevent the brakes from locking during a stop.
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OE connectors and terminals ensure accurate, water-tight connection to the engine wire harness.
Grommets and wire clips are included on the harness to ensure proper mounting and routing within the vehicle chassis.
Wire harness comes with protective sleeve to prevent wires from chafing and creating short circuits.
Sensors are 100% tested for proper functionality.
Sensor housing is made from high-quality, glass-reinforced plastic resin to withstand high temperature and environmental conditions.
On non-Hall effect sensors, you can use an ohm meter to test ABS sensor wire windings and harnesses for opens, shorts and proper factory-specified resistance.
For more than 100 years, when the OE failed, technicians have trusted Standard® and Blue Streak® to deliver a part that’s equal to or better than the original it’s replacing.