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Please i need a solution here, evoque faults
Queenb
 

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Post: #11
RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

I am having this very same problem so than you for this werdegars, am going to the dealer on monday to have mine sorted. Did the problem ever come back after having it sorted?
01-10-2016 10:35pm
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PhilSkill
 

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Post: #12
RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

Should be fine if same as this fault, a simple sensor change and all should be fine again.

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01-10-2016 11:24pm
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GaryO
 

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RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

Sorry if I seem dim but, how does a rear wheel speed sensor make the steering heavy ? Thanks.
02-10-2016 10:45am
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Sarcastrix
 

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Post: #14
RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

(02-10-2016 10:45am)GaryO Wrote:  Sorry if I seem dim but, how does a rear wheel speed sensor make the steering heavy ? Thanks.

Speed sensitive steering?

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03-10-2016 08:03am
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Queenb
 

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Post: #15
RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

I got my evoque sorted and it was actually the sensor on the left wheel @ the front.for some strange reason tho it was comming up on the diagnostic saying wheel bearings and the actually change the bearings an gave me bk the car an after driving it for a day the problem comes back. When i bring it bk the diagnostic was still saying wheel bearing but the knew it cudnt have been bcus they jus change it so they check the sensor and it was actually the sensor.
07-10-2016 08:01am
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PhilSkill
 

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Post: #16
RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

Thanks for getting back Queenb, same sensor failure as Werdgears, which is good to know if others get this array of faults.

Whilst it can be possible to detect wheel bearing failure from the sensors, i'd have thought a physical check would have ruled that out quite quickly. Possible the Diagnostic tool did not match the Evoque correctly, as it should easily detect a wheel speed sensor failure, much harder to determine a bearing failure accurately.

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07-10-2016 12:49pm
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Queenb
 

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Post: #17
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Rite @philskill i would have thought they would have check the bearings before ordering the new one. The plc i took it to is a landrover specialist but am happy its sorted but i would have thought it would be cheaper to replace a sensor than a bearings but oh well if the problem is gone am jus happy .they did not charge me to do the sensor tho as they realise its there fault.
07-10-2016 01:37pm
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pikacu
 

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Post: #18
RE: Please i need a solution here, evoque faults

I've the same problem, no difference after changing battery. Took it to LR garage, they said it's the rear wheel ABS sensor. changing it tomorrow. Paying for diagnostic and replacement of ABS sensor - damage? around £550.
06-05-2020 03:12pm
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