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      05-01-2016, 02:54 PM   #1
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DSC and yellow Brake light.

Hello guys, I did a fair amount of searches and nothing came up conclusive about the issue I have.
I installed a new set of Bilstein coilovers yesterday. It all went well.
After going back home in the rain at one point at the highway I got 2 lights on the dash that the Cobb Accessport does not show in the codes menu.
I think I might have messed up one of the ABS sensors on the rear right wheel hub. Is it possible that the ABS sensor will affect the DSC system?
Also, the rear left vertical aim control be the issue? I think I might have not connected it back in the right place.

I still need to use the car a couple of days for the suspension to settle, then do the measures and then take it for an alignment.

any help, helps!

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Sub'd. Had the same issue after Koni yellows and Eibach pro kit installed. Shop said that the steering angle sensor was the code. He said it needs an alignment and it will fix it. It does need one because my steering wheel is turned to the right and the car pulls, but it did that before. I'm also thinking there is a sensor on the rear, based on what I've read so far. Good luck and I'll report back if I find a fix.
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Sub'd. Had the same issue after Koni yellows and Eibach pro kit installed. Shop said that the steering angle sensor was the code. He said it needs an alignment and it will fix it. It does need one because my steering wheel is turned to the right and the car pulls, but it did that before. I'm also thinking there is a sensor on the rear, based on what I've read so far. Good luck and I'll report back if I find a fix.
great! thanks. I was planning on doing the same thing, put the coilovers at the height I want them, get it all aligned and then deal with these warning lights. Probably buying ABS sensors if that doesn't fix it. Will keep you posted as well.
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Just get an alignment. No big deal.
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Just get an alignment. No big deal.
Good! that gives me some peace of mind, thanks a lot!
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Good! that gives me some peace of mind, thanks a lot!
Got an alignment today and drive probably 25 miles and no error. It used to bring the error within 5 miles. Fingers crossed that it was a permanent fix, which makes sense that it is. I'll report back if there is an issue.
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Got an alignment today and drive probably 25 miles and no error. It used to bring the error within 5 miles. Fingers crossed that it was a permanent fix, which makes sense that it is. I'll report back if there is an issue.
Great! My car is at the shop right now getting the alignment, will report back later today or maybe yesterday after some driving...
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Got an alignment today and drive probably 25 miles and no error. It used to bring the error within 5 miles. Fingers crossed that it was a permanent fix, which makes sense that it is. I'll report back if there is an issue.
Did you have to do some sort of code reset of the warning were gone when you got the car?
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Got an alignment today and drive probably 25 miles and no error. It used to bring the error within 5 miles. Fingers crossed that it was a permanent fix, which makes sense that it is. I'll report back if there is an issue.
Did you have to do some sort of code reset of the warning were gone when you got the car?
No. It went away every single time I started the car, reversed, and drive off. This time it didn't come back. Nothing today either.
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Ok, so got the alignment done and I reset the TPMS and still have the codes on: CC-ID 24, 35 and 354. These are not the same that everyone talks about which includes the 50.
I will try to get some ABS/Speed sensor to see if I broke one off while installing the suspension and keep troubleshooting. I also cleaned the little boxes where the sensors connect...so no idea what the problem might be...
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I'm still working on the car. Getting the right height in the rear, after letting the suspension settle for about a week. Also, during alignment the tech from the Dealer here broke the lower nut off the shock and they had to buy an entire new Bilstein kit to replace mi rear left shock. Also, the car is still pulling very slightly to the right so I will take back to them to finalize their job and I still have the lights up and on Thursday a BMW shop will look into it, they initial code read they did said something about the SZL plausible, I'm hoping is not the module to be replaced....so, changing suspension meant a lot more than just a plug and play...but overall I'm pretty happy with the look and how it rides, I love it.
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Happy ending, all good now. I had take the car again to the shop for them to complete de alignment, didn't do it right the first time. Upon getting the car I reset the TPMS and after a while driving on the highway, all codes cleared and the car is riding perfectly.
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