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Background:
Both hubs and ABS sensors have been recently replaced.
After both visits, the Front/Right ABS sensor came up as faulty/shorted after a few days (replaced under warranty after the first time).
Traction failure normally comes on first in 90 degree right hand turns.
ABS comes on a few miles later.

Both my Nanocom and my specialist's Logic say front right sensor has failed.

But two in a row, always right-hand side? Has anyone seen that before?

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Nanocom gets confused with which corner is faulty on the Wabco D system and doesn't report the correct one.

Front/Right (Live Value box) = Front Right (vehicle sensor)
Rear/Right (Live Value box) = Front Left (vehicle sensor)
Rear/Left (Live Value box) = Rear Right (vehicle sensor)
Front/Left (Live Value box) = Rear Left (vehicle sensor)

Although Front Right is the only one it does get correct. Try unplugging it and see if the fault is the same or if it reports 2 faulty sensors.

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Gilbertd wrote:

Nanocom gets confused with which corner is faulty on the Wabco D system and doesn't report the correct one.

Front/Right (Live Value box) = Front Right (vehicle sensor)
Rear/Right (Live Value box) = Front Left (vehicle sensor)
Rear/Left (Live Value box) = Rear Right (vehicle sensor)
Front/Left (Live Value box) = Rear Left (vehicle sensor)

Although Front Right is the only one it does get correct. Try unplugging it and see if the fault is the same or if it reports 2 faulty sensors.

Nanocom is only incorrect in the live data section (sensor voltages - not sure about wheel speed). It's correct for the fault codes. It's still worth unplugging like you say though.