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2014 CCT A.B.S. issue

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Just picked up bike Friday abs light is on, previous owner said to have replaced rear abs sensor so leaves me to speculate front or possible wiring issue, is there any specific way to test possibly with an ohm meter? And I removed the front cleaned sensor and cog wheel and reinstalled spacers correctly. Thanks for any and all advice
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Plug in at dealer to know exact issue.
Check all wiring and clean tone wheels as you said. They prefer to be at farther end of spec from what I've read in old threads.
Remember ABS light will be on until you are moving 12+ MPH.
Good thing is Indian uses same sensor so they are readily available but throwing money at it to see if that is the issue is up to you. Can always have spares I suppose if that isn't the fix.
 

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Testing a hall effect sensor is generally done with a mulimeter set to dc volts measuring for proper voltage between the leads. I don’t have the specs handy on this particular model but to get five to twelve volts would seem likely.
The tricky part is that the bike has to be running in gear with the back wheel spinning on a bike vs say testing one in an automobile engine. Anyhow may be kinda dangerous to do by yourself If it isn’t something you are familiar with.
 

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There was an amazing post here not long ago where a gentleman connected a 9v transistor battery and an LED to the abs sensor. He then rotated the wheel slowly to verify the sensor was reading the tone ring by the led going on and off. If if wasn’t, that abs sensor was dead.

I’d guess 99.9% of the time one of the abs sensors go bad. Both of mine have been replaced on the CCT and on the Hard-Ball. The sensors are the same front and back. As has been posted above, most Polaris Indian models use the same abs sensor. They’re about $220 at the dealer or $175 online.
 

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There was an amazing post here not long ago where a gentleman connected a 9v transistor battery and an LED to the abs sensor. He then rotated the wheel slowly to verify the sensor was reading the tone ring by the led going on and off. If if wasn’t, that abs sensor was dead.

I’d guess 99.9% of the time one of the abs sensors go bad. Both of mine have been replaced on the CCT and on the Hard-Ball. The sensors are the same front and back. As has been posted above, most Polaris Indian models use the same abs sensor. They’re about $220 at the dealer or $175 online.
I can't find the battery post but I do remember it now.
Must be inflation on sensors I didn't pay that much was more like $150 in 2019. 🤷‍♂️
 

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Congratulations on your new-to-you Victory!

Below is some unsolicited and probably unwanted information.
Check and inspect the rubber parts for your fuel system. (Connections to tank specifically; and rubber-tipped, black plastic to air box (frame).)
Check and tighten your battery cables every oil change. They do work loose, and loose battery cables cause all sorts of weird behavior.
Check your clutch play when the bike is cold and again when warm. The fully engaged and disengaged zones are small. Adjust when cold.
Here is a link to the IAC reset procedure: Check Engine light/IAC problem
Here is a link to the TPS reset procedure: TPS reset procedure
The WIX 51356XP oil filter is probably the most used filter for our bikes. Trusted places like TheVicShop use this filter.
Oil Drain Plug Washers: 12mm ID x 19mm OD x 1.3mm thick - copper crush washers, you can get a bag of 25 from NAPA for $6.
Vacuum out the airbox when checking/cleaning the air filter.
Be advised that the fuel nipple on the bottom of the tank is plastic. When unclipping the fuel line from the tank, do not torque side to side to wiggle loose. Plastic breaks...
NGK DCPR6E are the OEM plugs and have proven themselves to be the most reliable.
Lyndall brakes are made in the US and are far better performers than other brands: All
The drive belt should easily last 80k miles or more. (154T, 28MM #3211107) Replacement can be found here: Replacement belt for Victory Motorcycles-BDL SPC-154-118
The fuel pump and voltage regulator can be had from aftermarket suppliers.
OEM fuel filters are hard to find. QFS Fuel Pump Strainer Only (QTY 3) Fits: Victory Cross Country / Touring 2013-2023 These are aftermarkets that can be made to work. (HFP-S20-3 (quantum) + 1” of 15/32 fuel line)
Check to see if there are any uncompleted recalls: VIN Search | Polaris Sportsman or Recalls | NHTSA.
A lot of people keep a spare 40 AMP circuit breaker. "40amp Napa Circuit Breaker, #782-3041 or #782-3116" (The difference is the mount bracket)
Lloyd’z Air Filter for Cross bikes is a common upgrade: Lloyd’z: XC/XR High-Flow Air Filter | LLOYD'Z Motor Workz
Rylan (VicBuilder) at TheVicShop has maps and excellent advice if your bike has a PCV fuel controller. An add-on Fuel Controller will most likely be behind the left side (shifter side) cover. TVS also has a large collection of YouTube videos on servicing VICs.
The Lloyd’s timing wheel is a very popular upgrade. Check the gasket around the right-side engine case cover. A factory gasket is nearly flush with the case and cover. The Lloyd’z gasket is thicker, firmer, and sticks up a bit, you can feel it.
Noe Martinez (noemtz) will perform remote MAXIMUS tunes. The MAXIMUS tune can adjust things that a PCV cannot. And without leaving an extra dangling bit on the side of your ride! Note: The Lloyd’z timing wheel is not needed with a Maximus tune. The timing wheel is very beneficial with PCV or by itself.
CrossCountryLA is a wizard with Victory Exhaust systems, known as Ragin Cajun’s.
Cross bikes Side Cover Grommets: NAPA part# NW784633
Brass brake and shifter lever bushings: $12 https://www.amazon.com/CICMOD-Bushi...fix=victory+brass+bushing,aps,119&sr=8-3&th=1
Clean and lube the clutch cable ends and the pin in the clutch perch at every oil change. Just the ends, the cable is lined don't put any lube down it.
Download the manuals from: MediaFire
With proper maintenance these machines just keep going.

As for the ABS light, check and clean the rear sensor too. As stated above, 12 MPH or greater for the light to go off.
Ride Safe,
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