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      03-06-2013, 03:25 PM   #23
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Update: robc1976 was right. Thanks. I needed to change the ABS sensor. Did it today and the lights went away.
But my Service Engine Soon light is on. One more problem on my list....
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Update: robc1976 was right. Thanks. I needed to change the ABS sensor. Did it today and the lights went away.
But my Service Engine Soon light is on. One more problem on my list....
awesome, 1 problem down and 1to go. Do you have a tune?
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awesome, 1 problem down and 1to go. Do you have a tune?
No tune. I'm stock. Any clues having my Service light getting checked out with out dealership?
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No tune. I'm stock. Any clues having my Service light getting checked out with out dealership?
doubt this will work, disconnect the batter for 1-2 hours....I cleared one doing this before I had a tune lol!
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Just fixed my last problem. I just reset the service with the odometer. Drove couple of miles and the service light went away
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Just curious I'm getting these codes after my KW v2 install. I did remove the lower control arm on the rotor side, so I hope an alignment will make the codes go away. Did you all do a regular alignment or did you take it to a BMW dealership?

I'm afraid if I take it to the dealership they'll see the codes as more opportunities to charge me for stuff even if I don't need it. Not to mention they'll see my coilovers.
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Just curious I'm getting these codes after my KW v2 install. I did remove the lower control arm on the rotor side, so I hope an alignment will make the codes go away. Did you all do a regular alignment or did you take it to a BMW dealership?

I'm afraid if I take it to the dealership they'll see the codes as more opportunities to charge me for stuff even if I don't need it. Not to mention they'll see my coilovers.
Remember unplugging a wire that looking brake/abs sensor that was in a grey housing. PLug that back in!
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I managed to do the install without unplugging anything. I just removed the wires from the brackets. I double checked today and it doesn't seem like anything is unplugged. But I'll triple check tomorrow when I adjust my ride height.

I do know my alignment is way off. I also plugged up my computer and read the errors, got one for steering wheel angle sensor. Sensor shouldn't be bad as the car only has 10k miles on it... so hopefully, just an alignment is all I need....
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I managed to do the install without unplugging anything. I just removed the wires from the brackets. I double checked today and it doesn't seem like anything is unplugged. But I'll triple check tomorrow when I adjust my ride height.

I do know my alignment is way off. I also plugged up my computer and read the errors, got one for steering wheel angle sensor. Sensor shouldn't be bad as the car only has 10k miles on it... so hopefully, just an alignment is all I need....
hum, just check out that wire when you adjust it. im almost 100% positive that its your abs sensor.
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Well for future reference:

I double checked all my nuts, bolts, and wires and everything seemed fine. Then I reset my trip computer on my CIC... left my driveway.. and the warnings went away lol. Now I have ABS and traction control once again!
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Bringing back this one from the dead. Just installed M3 control arms and camber plates, and had these codes come on after. Had alignment done at dealer, and codes still remained, so they checked it out for me and wheel speed sensor is bad.

No clue why it would have gone bad during the install, but hopefully this takes care of it and gets me my DSC back again! Will update once installed. Might actually try to clean them first and see if that does it, can always take the part back if needed.
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glad the sensors fixed the problem!
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