Originally Posted by F1VENOM
If a wheel speed sensor is continually not in line with the others or intermittent it throws a code and deactivates ABS.
We've already established that?
If a wheel speed sensor is continually not in line with the other or intermittent it throws a code and deactivates ABS.
If it didn't throw a code it's not the ABS. Did you give them the exact conditions or go for a ride-a-long?
You are 100% incorrect about a code being thrown.
The sensor or system doesn't know it's not operating correctly. It's activating ABS based on what it is seeing between the sensor and reluctor ring. While there is most likely a problem, the vehicle doesn't have any clue, it just thinks there is a loss of traction and it is activating ABS to correct that problem.
ABS doesn't store faults for every time it activates the system. Regardless of how many times it activates.