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First, let me apologize you had to move out to MA from Florida. I almost didn't come back in January!
Secondly, my suggestion would be to take a multi-meter and measure the resistances on each of your wheel speed sensors. You will notice a plug for each one in your wheel wells. Start with the front ones, and work your way around the car. I am trying to remember the resistances. I guess it doesn't matter because they will all be identical. You will know as you work your way around because they will match up.
Use the probes and see which or if any of the resistances are changing. First with just probing them, then try and move the wire while probing. If the resistance doesn't stay steady I believe you would of found your problem.
If they all stay steady, you should jack up the car from each lift point and check to see if any of your wheel bearings are bad by trying to move the wheel up and down. It shouldn't move at all. If it's moving then you would have found your problem there.
Those would be my suggestions for now.
Last edited by Craig; 06-16-2015 at 04:43 AM.