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NOTICE No: MT000002842
MODEL: Mazda MPV YEAR: 1998
AFFECTED VINs: N/A
SUBJECT: ABS water intrusion/corrosion - DTC 13
DETAILS:

ABS warning light illuminated with DTC 13 (ABS Wheel Speed Sensor, Right Rear) detected during diagnostic test mode. The cause of this concern may be a result of water entering the ABS pump electrical connector causing possible system malfunction to occur.

  1. Verify the concern.
  2. Inspect the ABS hydraulic unit and connector for water entry and/or damage.
    • If water entry or corrosion is detected, remove the ABS hydraulic unit and connector from the vehicle. Clean rust/corrosion with electrical cleaner and soft bristle brush. Air dry terminals and apply dielectric grease to both components.
    • If no damage is detected, follow the troubleshooting procedures in the Workshop Manual.

    Note: Handle the ABS hydraulic unit carefully. If any of the precision parts are damaged, it may become the cause of malfunctions in the system. 

  3. Inspect the connector to ensure that the water proof plugs are in place. Reinstall plugs in holes, if necessary. If any plug(s) are found to be missing, fill hole(s) with silicone. 
  4. Reinstall components and confirm repair.

Parts Information:

Part Number Part Description VIN
L0Y4-43-7A0 ABS Hydraulic Unit 2WD LV5** 836713~
LB83-43-7Z0 ABS Hydraulic Unit 2WD ~LV5** 836713
LB96-43-7Z0 ABS Hydraulic Unit 4WD ~LV5** 836713
LCY1-43-7A0 ABS Hydraulic Unit 4WD LV5** 836713~
LB83-43-7B0 ABS Electric Unit 2WD ~LV5** 836713
LB96-43-7B0 ABS Electric Unit 4WD ~LV5** 836713
CONSUMER NOTICE:
The information and instructions in this notice are intended for use by skilled technicians. Mazda technicians utilize the proper tools/equipment and take training to correctly and safely maintain Mazda vehicles. These instructions should not be performed by "do-it-yourselfers." Consumers should not assume this notice applies to their vehicle or that their vehicle will develop the described concern. To determine if the information applies, consumers should contact their nearest authorized Mazda dealership.
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