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      09-28-2012, 03:51 PM   #1
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TPMS / DSC / ABS Lights = Wheel Bearing? Help!

I had the trifecta of lights come on last weekend and took it into the BMW dealership, had them run the diagnostic and these are the codes they have pulled:

00024 DBC malfunction ! - DBC Malfunction, braking not supported by Dynamic Brake Control during emergency braking.
00042 Control systems ! - Control systems Braking and dynamic-response systems malfunctioned.

The lights do not come on right away when I start the car but generally come on within the first couple of minutes. The dealership has diagnosed it as the right rear wheel bearing and quoted me 617 + taxes (200 in parts and 4 hours in labor) . I have my doubts whether it really is the wheel bearing since there are no other symptoms (such as a noise) I was wondering if anyone has dealt with this before?

I am thinking I try cleaning the wheel sensors in the back since that may be causing the problem as well and take it in for the bearing if that doesn't work.
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      10-05-2012, 07:32 PM   #2
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My bro had somethin similar but his had DBC, DSC, and Start OFF Assist malfunction. this was after he had a bent front control arm replaced and had to realign. the dealer realigned and erased all codes. I would suggest going to other dealers and see what they say, maybe even some Bimmer aftermarket shops to see what they see.
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      10-06-2012, 03:59 PM   #3
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Before you take it to a dealer take your wheel off and clean the abs sensor. Then clear the codes. You should be fine. Start with the simple shit first lol

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