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Old 08-18-2004, 12:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The ABS and traction control lights are continusouly on, on my 95 325is. Being new to BMWs I wasnt sure what exactly these are telling me, and was hoping for some advice before taking it to a mechanic. Also there is a contionous squeaking in the front left wheel well. I was told might be a stablizer pin, whatever that is. Anyone know what I should do or what is wrong? KC
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As for the ASC, there is a malfunction with it and you need to have it checked out. It could be a number of things.
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if u don't want to spend God knows how much on it, then just take the bulb out!!! hahaha... BUT IF ITS GIVING U PROBS... then get it checked out!!
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my ABS light was constant on for awhile but when I changed out my old break pads and got new ones the ABS light went out, maybe what your having going on??? just a thought

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the ASC light is most likely in conjuction witht he ABS light because its not properly able to monitor wheel spin to kick the ASC in so it maybe a ABS sensor problem.
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I have a button to turn my ASC on and off. When I turn it off, the light stays on...I would have it checked out to make sure it is working properly. I can't imagine driving my bimmer in bad weather (snow) without it!
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On my 94 325 the Brake Light Circuit warning was showing up on the Multi-information Display. In the owners manuel it says it could be a bulb, fuse or circuit defective. What I found out is there is a brake pad wear sensor that tripped the warning. I need new brake pads, thats all. Sensors are located on left front and right rear. I've had this car only a week so I'am no expert by any means with BMW's. But maybe this might help you out. Good Luck
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