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Tesla model S traction control and ABS disabled

I recently decided to change my wheel hubs on my Model S. While i was doing that work, i also changed out the head lamps and brakes....
After I let the car down, instantly my car started to report errors....
Abs disabled
Regenerative braking disabled
Traction control disabled

I ordered new wheel speed sensors and installed them today... the errors are still there...

I tried a hard, soft reset and nothing has worked.

The hubs are aftermarket, does tesla have a special tone ring in their hubs?

I am contemplating reinstalling the original hubs to see if the issues clear.....

Has anyone had similar experiences?
UPDATE!!!! Okay so I took one of the hubs off and see that there is no encoding magnetic ring on the hub.... this is causing all the issues.... i plan on reinstalling my original hubs and fully clearing the issues....


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I ordered the TRQ rear wheel hubs from AM-AutoParts and received the solid hubs you pictured with no holes for the drive shafts 🤣 TRQ tells the stores and eBay that these hubs fit both front and rear for Model S.
Returned them, and got the WJB WA102717000A hubs from RockAuto, working perfectly no errors. Thanks @Mikedeeble for saving others from the cost of a failed installation.
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