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Old 08-22-2019, 11:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation Sx4 abs code c1033 ?

2008 SX4 AWD 96,000 miles

I *was* previously getting 2 rear-left ABS sensor codes:
C1036 = wheel speed sensor
C1056 = outer solenoid value

then I replaced all 4 hubs and all 4 speed cables, cleared the ABS codes,
and I now I get just this one ABS code:
C1033 = "Wheel Speed Sensor Deviation"

after 2 miles the "auto" (i-awd) light flashes (I assume the 4wd is turned off)
and then after 2 more miles BOTH the brake and ABS lights stay on.
The car drives and brakes normally
If I shut it off, it takes 2 miles to repeat this process.

I also recently replaced the driveshaft due to bad (staked) u-joints.
Was shaking bad at 25-30MPH. I hear this is a common problem.

what to do next?

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One of the wheel sensors is giving a signal that does not correspond with the others, Use a live data scanner and monitor all wheel speeds (graph mode). This will direct you to the correct corner.. From there you shall have to diagnose.

It could be the air gap, bad tone ring, wiring...

Q!, what possessed you to replace all 4 speed sensors and hubs?
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Q!, what possessed you to replace all 4 speed sensors and hubs?
Ahh, that boom I heard was the parts cannon going off, it scared the dogs.
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Stil lCode C1033
On the scan tool, the back wheels are both 37MPH and the front wheels are both 43MPH
I tied both Beck-Arnley and Timken rear hubs.
Is it the abs pump/control unit ?
Any SX4 mechanics out here?
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Stil lCode C1033
On the scan tool, the back wheels are both 37MPH and the front wheels are both 43MPH
I tied both Beck-Arnley and Timken rear hubs.
Is it the abs pump/control unit ?
Any SX4 mechanics out here?
nope, you have something funny going on, either the wrong tone wheels or the wrong sensors. All wheels must match speeds.

do all the tone wheels have the same number of notches?
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What tires are you running, front/back
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I have a matched set of 4 tires - I did not have this problem until I changed the 4 hubs.
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The rear hubs (Timkin) are a sealed unit - I can not count the notches.
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I have a matched set of 4 tires - I did not have this problem until I changed the 4 hubs.
therein lies the issue, I bet you have different teeth count on the hubs between front and rear.

First question I should have asked, is yours AWD or FWD as there is a difference in hub and bearings and probably speed sensor teeth numbers


from my documents, the timken part number for the AWD is HA590331 and they come with the sensors and cables.
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Yes, I ordered the correct 4 hubs and 4 speed sensors for AWD.
(Assuming they sent me the correct ones inn the box)

The frront hubs and cables are the same for both FWD and AWD.

The back hubs and cables were different part numbers for AWD
The back hubs are a sealed unit - so I can't really count teeth.

When I drive 43 MPH, the fronts both show 43 MPH and the back boh show 37 MPH.
I sure wish I had done 1 hub at a time!

I did try a different/second brand (Timkin) of hubs on the back with same results.
The fronts are harder to swap as you need to press the bearing on
but I may need to try a different set of front bearings
(maybe Timkin to match the back hubs?)

The Suzuki manujal says to check :
tire size
sensor
hub
pump/control unit

I did find a low mileage pump/control unit on ebay for $80
they list for $1300 new at the dealer.
I may try that this weekend,

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