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Foxes or rodents eating ABS cables on Nissan E-NV200 vans. It can be a DIY fix.

Foxes or rodents eating ABS cables on Nissan E-NV200 vans. It can be a DIY fix.

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Foxes or rodents eating ABS cables on Nissan E-NV200 vans. It can be a DIY fix.


Apparently some Nissan E-NV200 owners have experienced damaged ABS sensors due to rodents or foxes chewing the cables. The issue will result in brake & ABS warning lights on the dash. In this video, I just attempt to show you how simple it is to replace a sensor and cable and is something that many could do themselves rather than sending it in to the garage.

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