Q: Abs and traction control light stays on

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I have unplugged the wheel speed sensors at each wheel and used an ohm meter to try and determine which sensor was possibly bad . The results were .586 ohms on 3 of the sensors and 1.334 ohms of resistance on the other . None of the info I've been able to find let's me know if this is an acceptable amount of resistance . I'm not sure if the sensors are my problem or not . Any additional information would be helpful

My car has 105000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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