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Spent the last few days doing a lot of work on my 2000 disco II and have been having new problems with my TC and ABS.

I finally got all of my warning lights to clear after replacing the oxygen sensors, purge valve, and the ABS wheel sensor, but now I can hardly get out of my driveway because of traction control kicking in every time I reach over 1,000 RPM. When I lock the center differential I can drive it past 1,000 RPMs without TC stopping me but then ABS kicks in instead.

I have used both an OBII code reader and an ABS fault code reader and neither pick up a problem. I have tried resetting the ECU and have also pulled out the ABS fuse and put it back in, but neither had an effect.

I can't find anyone online who has a similar issue, what might fix this problem?:confused
 

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When you first had this issue and replaced the speed sensor, what were your exact fault codes? First thing I would try would be to remove the sensor again and make sure it and the o-ring are re-installed correctly.
 
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