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Old 10-24-2014, 03:09 PM   #1
samsr
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2000 L-Series 3.0L Wagon
1997 SC2
Default yaw rate sensor location

I have a 2007 Saturn outlook with all the bells and whistles. XR I believe.
I am having issues with what I believe is the yaw rate sensor. I am getting all kinds of codes for stabilitrac, abs, steering position signal and now crank position signal. my question is, where is the yaw rate sensor located. I believe it has a short somewhere, but need a place to start looking. Here is a list of the codes.
U2142
C0196
C0710
U2100
C0186
P0017

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