Cadillac Seville / Cadillac Eldorado Forum Discussion, Front strut sensor bypass. in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I have a 95 Eldorado and keep getting a S012 code. I read you can fool the sensor by installing ...
I have a 95 Eldorado and keep getting a S012 code. I read you can fool the sensor by installing a 4.7 ohm resistor. I bought a sensor from radio shack but I must be doing something cause I keep getting the code. I check the wiring from the suspension module in truck to the left front sensor and I have a complete circuit. Anyone here bypass this strut so you don't get a code? If you install regular struts, how do you bypass the computer? Thanks for any help.
My right front strut gets no codes so I might just cut the 2 wires going to the left front strut at the RSS module and splice them into the 2 wires going to the right front. This way, when computer runs its test, the left strut test will gets its reading from the right front strut.
Pete315, before cutting anything, wouldn't be a good idea to KNOW what is it that you are cutting.
Can you please read my previous reply and answer to the questions I asked you.
Generally speaking if you are about to cut some wire YOU ARE DOING IT WRONG. There is always a connector on that wire you can disconnect and to whatever you want to cut the wire for at the connector. Think about plan B, what if you cut the wrong wire?
From what I see you are about to do so.