SENSOR



WHEEL SPEED SENSOR




The wheel speed detecting section is a kind of a pulse generator. It consists of the magnetic encoder for wheel speed detection (a plate on which north and south pole sides of the magnets are arranged alternately) which rotates at the same speed of the wheel and the wheel speed sensor (semiconductor sensor). This sensor outputs frequency pulse signals in proportion to the wheel speed.
The front wheel speed detecting section consists of the front wheel speed sensor mounted on the knuckle and the magnetic encoder for wheel speed detection which is press-fitted together with the oil seal to the front wheel bearing. The rear wheel speed sensor consists of the rear wheel speed sensor mounted on the trailing arm assembly and the magnetic encoder for wheel speed detection which is press-fitted together with the oil seal to the rear wheel bearing.

G SENSOR <4WD>


The G-sensor is incorporated in ABS-ECU, and detects longitudinal acceleration of a vehicle.