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Old 10-08-2011, 09:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've been trying to work out the ABS and Brake lights that won't go off. Replaced the ignition switch thus far. I'm thinking my ABS Module needs to be rebuilt. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

I had a friend run a full test and here are the results:


Brian's Short Test September 8 2011

Traction control
Current Fault Codes
32:
Wheel sensor front right
44:
Unkown fault code, please tell us about this missing information by clicking here



Transmission control

No Faults Found


Multiple restraint system 4
Current Fault Codes
1:
Ignition circuit ZK0 / Airbag driver stage 1


Electronic immobilise system (EWS)
Current Fault Codes
15:
Power on reset
16:
Key number 1 not valid because of wrong identification


Steering angle sensor (LEW/LWS)

No Faults Found


Lamp check module

No Faults Found


Automatic heating and air conditioning E38

No Faults Found


Instrument cluster
Current Fault Codes
145:
Unkown fault code, please tell us about this missing information by clicking here

139:
Chime 3
144:
Clamp 15
191:
IKE-EEPROM error, coding incorrect or incomplete
146:
Unkown fault code, please tell us about this missing information by clicking here



Central body electronics module 3 for E38, E39
Current Fault Codes


Radio (RAD)

No Faults Found


Multi-information display E38, E39, E53, L30
Current Fault Codes
1:
Invalid status response from IKE


Traction control
Current Fault Codes
32:
Wheel sensor front right
44:
Unkown fault code, please tell us about this missing information by clicking here



Transmission control

No Faults Found


Multiple restraint system 4
Current Fault Codes
1:
Ignition circuit ZK0 / Airbag driver stage 1


Electronic immobilise system (EWS)
Current Fault Codes
15:
Power on reset
16:
Key number 1 not valid because of wrong identification


Steering angle sensor (LEW/LWS)

No Faults Found


Lamp check module

No Faults Found


Automatic heating and air conditioning E38

No Faults Found


Instrument cluster
Current Fault Codes
145:
Unkown fault code, please tell us about this missing information by clicking here

139:
Chime 3
144:
Clamp 15
191:
IKE-EEPROM error, coding incorrect or incomplete
146:
Unkown fault code, please tell us about this missing information by clicking here



Central body electronics module 3 for E38, E39
Current Fault Codes


Radio (RAD)

No Faults Found


Multi-information display E38, E39, E53, L30
Current Fault Codes
1:
Invalid status response from IKE


The following modules were not found in the vehicle

Engine - M62(DME)
Rain / Light sensor (RLS)
Seatmodule (SM)
Cruise control
Tire pressure control (RDC)
Engine - M62(DME)
Rain / Light sensor (RLS)
Seatmodule (SM)
Cruise control
Tire pressure control (RDC
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The clue is the top fault code listed (Wheel Sensor) !!
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After replacing both front wheel sensors. the warning light CES came up and the reader showed P0500 (wheel sensor). So, I had the ABS module rebuilt for $150 and now ALL lights are off. Yea!
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Well done mate... More satisfying eh? Big Smiles now ;-)
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