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Old 08-09-2005, 12:44 PM   #16
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Re: Re: Re: ABS and ASC light stay on

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I believe you're right about replacing the sensor. I]ll know more this week when I drop my car(2000 528i) off at my BMW dealer for troubleshooting. I should add that my speedometer stopped working when the ASC and ABS lights came on, and the cruise control fails as well. Seems they're all linked together. I'll let you know the outcome later this week. FN
Hi Fred-

What was the outcome? I'm having this same problem with my 2000 528i.
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Old 05-10-2017, 08:46 AM   #17
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Re: ABS and ASC light stay on

My ABS and ASC lights only come on and stay on at certain times.. I have also changed my front brake pads yesterday and the warning light is still on... I need to replace the brake sensor... Does this brake sensor work with the ABS sensor as well or would that be a different circuit? (There's only appears to be one wire attached to the brake calliper... (passenger side)
So when I change the brake sensor it may make all 3 warning lights go out...?
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