MOUNT SENSOR AND MAGNET:
Remove one of the stock rotor bolts and install the magnetic bolt as shown. Do not overtighten the magnetic bolt. The maximum torque for the
magnetic bolt is 12 ft-lbs. Some computer kits contain 2 magnetic bolts: use the one that fits the best. If the magnetic bolt will not work, the kit
includes a spare magnet (sometimes in an anodized retainer clip) that can be installed into one of the rotor
Test for correct sensor/magnet placement before permanently mounting.
1. Set the vehicle on a stand so that the front (left) wheel spins easily.
2. Plug the wheel sensor cable into the computer.
3. Install the magnetic bolt.
4. Hold the sensor in place on the caliper mount by hand. While someone watches the
computer, roll the wheel. If the computer does not register, move the magnet or sensor
and try again. There should be 1/2” or less gap between the sensor and magnet.
Do not mount so that the magnet passes the middle section of the sensor. Either
the sensor will not register at all; or the sensor will register twice, causing a
“double trigger” effect (computer displays twice the true speed.) If a double-trigger
is unavoidable, divide the wheel size setting in the computer by 2 to correct the problem.
Got a pic of what you have done thus far?