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Old 04-08-2008, 02:52 PM
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Default C4 Front Hub Difference

On a C4, are speed sensor front hubs interchangeable with the earlier front hubs?
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The spindels are different for 84-87 & 88-96. the abs came in 90? And the 90 up have a bearing assy w/ sensor & reluctor ring so the obvious conclusion would be that they are interchangable. The difference in the spindle is primarily for the wider bolt pattern of the later brake calipers.
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My '87 had ABS, I even remember triggering it once on ice and snow....

think it was the only car I ever had that came with it....
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OH, see...I don't know squat about those C4s What came in 90 then? Active Handling or something?
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OH, see...I don't know squat about those C4s What came in 90 then? Active Handling or something?
The only thing i know is the new dashboard
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Front wheel bearings, 1984-1990, same part number.
No ABS sensor on the wheel bearing assembly.


Front wheel bearings, 1991-1996, same part number.
ABS sensor on the wheel bearing assembly.


Rear wheel bearings, 1984-1996, same part number.


There are 5 variations of the steering knuckle.
1984-87 are interchangable if the matching caliper bracket is used.

1984 - original design.
1985 - Larger mounting holes for the brake caliper bracket. ( M14 bolts instead of M12 )
1986-87 - With ABS sensor.
1988-90 - Different wheel offset and larger brakes.
1991-96 - ABS sensor mounted om wheel bearing assembly.

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My 86 had ABS, so it goes back at least that far.

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