OK, I have figured out a way to repair a bad Teves wheel speed sensor. At least for this type failure. Symptoms were: Ignition key to on, "Anti Lock" caution light illuminates, then extinguishes after a few seconds. OK, self test good. Start the car, same sequence. Illumination, then extinguishes after a few seconds. Still good to go. Start moving the car. No problems until- Uh-Oh. Turn the steering wheel to the right, Anti Lock caution light illuminates and remains on for the duration of the trip. Hmm. Place the car on jack stands, pull the right front wheel. The sensor gap is good, the wheel bearing play is good. But- the cable, although otherwise in good shape given its age, is cracked and frayed where it joins with the yellowed plastic cap into the sensor. Hmm, the woven metal shielding jacket that lies underneath the outer rubber layer is also badly frayed and torn. Out comes the ohmmeter. Nothing, unless I push down, bridging the gap and making a connection with the braided metal, then good to go at about 1100 ohms. So the problem is, there's not enough metal shielding protruding at the sensor. I carefully cut the yellowed plastic cap at the sensor with a hacksaw blade, and using small needle nose pliers, removed the plastic cap, exposing the last available metal shielding. I then used metallic tape to connect this last bit of woven metal over braid to the exposed metal over braid further up the cable. Voila. 1100 ohms again. Now we have to deal with strain relief. That, and the ravages of time, is what caused the failure. So I applied a generous amount of 3M adhesive all over the sensor, and up the cable, to seal and encapsulate the metallic tape. Let it harden, then apply a generous amount of Plasti-Dip over all the cable, followed by a LOT of good quality electricians tape at the sensor and up about three inches to move the bend point up the cable and away from the original failure point. Reassemble, fire it up, no more ABS caution light when I turn the steering wheel. Will let you know how this holds up.