My local dealership explained to me that my ABS warning light was on because of a broken wheel speed sensor, and that fixing this would cost over $900 because it involved taking the wheel apart and somehow irrevocably breaking it in order to replace something.
They described actually using a hammer to break the bearing to get at something, hence the high cost because then that broken part has to be replaced as well. This is a part of the car I've got limited familiarity with and I lost track of their description.
If anyone knows what they're talking about, could you explain it a bit so I can research it more? When I googled "how to replace wheel speed sensor," it seemed straightforward.
I drive a 97 Subary Legacy.