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If the diagnostic tool is showing that the N/S/R sensor is causing the problem, then that will be the cause. However, it's not always the sensor, I would advise checking the wiring, the reluctor ring (if fitted), make sure there is not any rust build-up where the sensor sits, check the wheel bearing for play (because it may be magnetic for the ABS sensor to read) and also, remove the sensor and check the face of the sensor for damage. If there is damage to the face of the sensor then there is most likely a problem with the reluctor ring.
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A mechanic with some electrical experience should know what they are doing. The ABS sensors at the wheels are not that complicated so, it should be a fairly easy fix unless it's a wiring problem.