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      02-11-2013, 11:53 AM   #1
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So my tire blew out yesterday while I was driving. I got it towed to a NTB to get a new set for my front set. After I picked up my car I got bunch of warning sings on my Idrive and im not sure what the issue is. Can y'all help me out..noob here. Thanks for all the help.

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      02-11-2013, 01:36 PM   #3
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not reallly sure whats going on with it but. when NTB had my car for an alignment. they forgot to do the steering wheel when they did an alignment so the steering wheels was maybe at 40 degrees while going strait. and i was throwing a bunch of codes including your 1,2,3 codes. for me it turned out the steering wheel sensor had been unaligned.
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I threw those fault codes due to a faulty steering wheel angle sensor. It's not too uncommon.
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How was your car towed? If flat bed then your brake sensors may be bad.
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Yah flat bed. What does that have to do with brake senor? As soon as my tire went out my car threw a brake warning by my speedometer. Is this going to be pretty pricey? I'm out of warranty
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