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Well wife rang me up at work and said Kuga had made a grinding noise and all the lights lit up on dash!.

Long story short it's Right Rear wheel speed sensor..

It seems the 2013 Mk2 is a Mk1 in Mk2 clothing / chassis (just my luck!), and people have had bother getting the correct sensors.

Is there a definitive change over when the sensors changed?, it would make sense this would be the Euro 6 150bhp or 180bhp Mk2 arrived with the later Powershift 6DCT451.

My local Ford dealer refuses to give out part numbers so I'm loathed to order one from them really. With the AWD seals I had to give them a part number and it was either Yes or No if it tallied up with their system (beggars belief really).

So has anyone replaced a rear wheel speed sensor on a 2013 163 Mk2 and what part number was it?.

One last thing, is it a magnetic strip rear wheel bearing?.

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This thread may help you @keithmac . Same years as yours. It's an absolute must that you change the sensor for the exact same part and ignore any other part references that come up when giving your registration or VIN number. I believe the wheel bearing is magnetised on one side.

 
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Thanks @smartguy69 , I've ordered a pair of those sensors to try.

They are listed for 2012 era Fords so that tallies up with my thinking (our 2013 is basically a Mk1 electronics wise bar the active diff).

It's been disconnected for now so she can use the car for work.
 

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Thanks @smartguy69 , I've ordered a pair of those sensors to try.

They are listed for 2012 era Fords so that tallies up with my thinking (our 2013 is basically a Mk1 electronics wise bar the active diff).

It's been disconnected for now so she can use the car for work.
Morning Keith, I just had a full read of the link I posted. The car in question has self park which I believe is what makes the difference on which sensor it has. Why that would be I have no idea but check the engineering number on the sensor before you put the new one in.

I have never done an abs sensor but in the pictures you have posted, where is the electrical connector.
 

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When i had mine go same problem break down company fitted wrong one if you get Pagid one from Euro car parts it is not part number 34122. My car has auto park and all front sensor's but normal handbrake which Euro say it can't have it must be electric Sir as that is what there book said.
 

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Cheers all!, @kevjan that is very helpful thanks, you have same as me (163), I think they are getting confused as the 2014 had a Euro6 engine later on (150 and 180bhp) and the electronics are different.

@smartguy69 , the connector is tied up out of the way and the sensor broke trying to get it out, completely siezed in hub. The rear sensor is mounded on top of the hub.

The weatherpack connector has done it's job mind, all contacts are corrosion free.
 

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Yes the breakdown man struggled to get mine out, he did eventually but in two pieces.
 

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Cheers all!, @kevjan that is very helpful thanks, you have same as me (163), I think they are getting confused as the 2014 had a Euro6 engine later on (150 and 180bhp) and the electronics are different.

@smartguy69 , the connector is tied up out of the way and the sensor broke trying to get it out, completely siezed in hub. The rear sensor is mounded on top of the hub.

The weatherpack connector has done it's job mind, all contacts are corrosion free.
I guess I know what you will be doing this weekend.
 

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I guess I know what you will be doing this weekend.
Yep, going to dig it out with the Dremel, sensor probably won't turn up until Tuesday though.

I'll have to try my best not to get any rust down the hole if it's a magnetic ring on the bearing..
 

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Yep, going to dig it out with the Dremel, sensor probably won't turn up until Tuesday though.

I'll have to try my best not to get any rust down the hole if it's a magnetic ring on the bearing..
You need one of those suction tools like the dentist uses.
 

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Managed to drill a hole down the middle and remove it with a screw and long nose pliers.

Cleaned the hole up and fitted my new (Light Grey) sensor.

Didn't bloody work!.

A lot of digging this afternoon and I'm 90% Positive they go by color coding as well as Part Number (hand in hand) so ordered two Green BV6T-2C190-KA compatible sensors.

I have two AV6T2B372EB compatible sensors for £22 if anyone need them?.

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The clue is in the engineering number @keithmac - BV6T-2C190-KA. The AV6T-2B372-EB isn't going to work in your car as it's a different engineering code irrespective of colour. On ABS sensors the replacement has to be exactly the same number as the one removed irrespective of whatever catalogues and websites say is correct for your car.
 

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I've got two equivalent sensors to my BV6T2C190KA on the way, hopefully end of the story!.

From whay I've seen theres Black Blue Green and Grey at least so if your new one is a different colour alarm bells should start ringing.

I would have expected a CV6T part as that's the model identifier but I suppose it's whatever they had in the parts bin!.

These are all the equivalents if anybody gets stuck..

TEXTAR : 45022700, FORD : 1501675, FORD : 1740259, FORD : 2071964, FORD : 3M5T2B372CB, FORD : BV6T2C190KA, FORD : BV6T2C190KB, FORD : BV6TC2190KA, FORD : BV6TC2190KB, VOLVO : 30736895, VOLVO : 31423573, ABS : 30261, ATE : 24.0711-6144.3, ATE : 24.0711-6369.3, BOSCH : 0 986 594 569, FEBI BILSTEIN : 46317, FTE : BZ3242S, METZGER : 0900146, METZGER : 0900222, PAGID : 35079, SWAG : 50 94 6317, TRW : GBS2101, WILMINK GROUP : WG1430490, ATE : 24071161443, ATE : 24071163693, BOSCH : 0986594569, SWAG : 50946317
 

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Well fingers crossed these will work!.

Correct colour at least..

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