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Yaw Rate sensor. Front tire locked up at speed

Could any one here tell me the location of the Yaw rate sensor. The other night on the freeway my right front tire locked up for a second scared the crud out of me. Had codes pulled and it said Brake switch on one code another said Yaw Rate sensor. A picture of one would be nice.

Quoted part was $500.

My car is a 2001 SLK 320.

I tried the 170 forum but sadly no luck yet.

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Looks like part 140, but the drawing is not showing the location. Most likely it is under driver seat or buried in the dashboard.
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On a 170 the yaw rate sensor is located to the rear from the gear stick, bolted to the car body.
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Is it close to the lateral motion sensor?

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