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Since I got my 1998 Deville D'Elegance about 3 weeks ago I've put about 700 miles on it - give or take... there were several history codes that I cleared and they have not come back (except for a Class 2 Communication error I belive is caused by a missing factory car phone) today I got a TCS Code

C1235 - Right Rear Wheel Speed Circuit Open or Shorted

This was listed as a History code and I cleared it and in the last 5 starts it has not come back.... Can this be caused by take a fast corner on a slippery road? I leaned on the brakes till the ABS kicked in, then accellerated into the corner (this was on a sandy road) the car seems to be working fine. Between that event and discovering the code I had the rear pads replaced and the rotors turned by a local but very reputable mechanic. He's been very honest about what he will and will not work on when it comes to Cadillacs and refuses to work on anything too complex like body modules or Cadillac specific electronic systems since he doesn't have the proper scan tools for that. Can either the hard braking/turning or brake job cause this? I'll check for codes again tomorrow but don't expect to find any...

Any input is appreciated!
 

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Ignore it until/unless it comes back. Then check the connector at the wheel hub to be sure it is clean and tight. Otherwise, it might be a failing sensor.
 

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Any idea what that part # is or can I find that at a local autoparts store? Are the difficult to change?
 
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