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post #31 of 36 Old 06-26-2019, 05:12 AM
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Any 'retainer' there more likely a circlip and bent can present a much greater issue than the sensor not reading. Clip comes out since not in fully due to bent and tears up stuff or even the bearing begins to move.

Your more direct answer = not likely. Bent means not in the groove and incompetent work if that was left like that.
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post #32 of 36 Old 06-29-2019, 05:29 PM
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.. Can you tell me the name of the part that the bearing is in? I already have to replace the control arm on one side any way because I tore the ball joint while trying to replace the bearings. I am a novice, Iím slowly learning from my mistakes.
Steering knuckle?

On the ~2014+, the bearing is pressed into the knuckle, then held in by a circlip on the inside like amc mentioned. The hub (with the lug studs) is pressed into the bearing. The hub and whole assembly is held in place by the axle nut.

You mentioned having lower control arms being replaced? The lower ball joint has to be popped loose from the knuckle, the steering link and the strut such that you can get the knuckle off the CV shaft to do all the work.

It looks like a quality bearing just by itself is ~$200. If you need a new hub, that's extra. Wheel speed sensor = extra. Now's the time to address any front brake issue.. Ugh. You get the picture.

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When I was talking about a bent ring it was the circlip I was referring to(I went to the parts department at the dealership and they showed me a blown out view to identify the parts). The circlip was bent in a way that was having the opening closer together. The circlip sits flush down in to the knuckle but it has a little wiggle room. I asked if I needed a new circlip and he assured me it’s fine, it just keeps the bearing in. I bought the bearings from the dealership because maybe the master pro bearings can’t be read by the sensor or one/both of the bearings were put in backwards. There’s no way to tell from the error code checker. Both sides of the master pro bearings look the same and have the black ring. On the dealership bearings only one side shows the black ring and the other side is silver. They let me know that if I buy the knuckle it would be bare and I’d have to buy and press in bearings anyway. So my next step in fixing this is to press in the dealership bearings. I apologize for the confusion in my description of this problem. I bet it had everyone scratch their heads. I do appreciate the aid in helping me understand the problem and giving me information on how to fix it.
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I believe wheel speed is read off the CV shaft, not the bearing. There is a ring gear of sorts on the outside of the outer CV joint that the sensor reads off of.

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I fixed the issue. I pressed in the bearings I got from the dealership and cleared the codes. 1 day later now and my car still hasn’t put any lights up on the dash(indicating to check for codes). Thank you all for your help.
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Still completely confused, but glad for you that your issue is gone!

Like said, on a 2016 Versa, the wheel speed sensor should have nothing to do with the wheel bearing(s) themselves. The wheel speed sensor mounted in the knuckle reads a ring on the CV shaft.

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