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Ducati Diavel Service Manual: Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor

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Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor


Disconnect the rear abs sensor (5) connector (c) from the main electric wiring.

Open all the retainer clamps of the rear abs sensor cable (5): refer to table of sect. 7 - 6, Flexible wiring/hoses positioning.

Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor


Remove the rear abs sensor (5) from its seat on the rear calliper mounting bracket (e), undoing the retaining screw (1) and collect the calibrated gasket (3).

Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor


Before refitting, make sure that the contact parts between the rear abs sensor (5) and its seat are not damaged and are perfectly clean.

Fit the new rear abs sensor (5) on its seat inserting the screw (1).

Check the air gap between the new rear abs sensor (5) and the rear phonic wheel (d) as indicated in sect. 7 - 7, Adjusting of the air-gap phonic wheel sensor.

Fix the sensor to the calliper holder bracket tightening the screw (1) to a torque of 10 nm +/- 10% (sect. 3 - 3, Frame torque settings).

Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor


Connect the connector (c) to the main wiring.

Restore all the retainer clamps of the rear abs sensor cable (5): refer to table of sect. 7 - 6, Flexible wiring/hoses positioning.

Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor


Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor
Replacing the rear phonic wheel sensor


Replacing the front phonic wheel sensor
Disconnect the front abs sensor (2) connector (a) from the main electric wiring. Open all the retainer clamps of the front abs sensor cable (2): refer to table of sect. 7 - 6, Flexible wiri ...

Removing of the abs control unit
Drain the hydraulic fluid that is inside the front and rear braking system tubes by disconnecting them from the master cylinder and the calliper (sect. 4 -3, Changing the brake fluid). Disco ...

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