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      06-01-2010, 12:23 PM   #1
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Reset DTC/brake warning?

I had my H&R sport springs installed yesterday and all was fine except for the half ass alignment (steering wheel cocked to the right) until today. I have fault codes 24,35,354 as well as the amber brake and amber DTC popping up. I have an appointment to get a proper alignment done at the dealership. I just want to get the faults Togo away so they don't get part replacement happy and start swaping out unnecessary parts to run up the bill. I can't see any broken sensor wires or uninstalled ones so I don't think it's anything like that?
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Try this http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=360706

If this doesn't work, I think you need to replace the brake sensors. Good luck.
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      06-01-2010, 03:50 PM   #3
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Yeah tried that and it made more lights come on lol. It reset my brake pads to ------- and now I have the red car on a lift logo as well as a new fault code for worn bake pads. Hopefully the shop didn't jack up my sensors when they installed the lowering springs. This is going to annoy the shit out me because I can't be seen for a week and half at the dealer.
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If its not under warranty then you should buy the Bavarian Technic tool http://www.bavariantechnic.com/buy.aspx or the peake research tool http://www.peakeresearch.com/ (less expensive but can't reset your battery info.)

I personally had nice experiences with peake (on my e46). Either tool will pay for itself on the very first scan. Good luck.
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OK thanks for the advice.
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