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Old 01-15-2020, 04:29 PM   #1
Rolyak
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ABS traction brake light -No EML!

10K miles ago all four wheel sensors replaced from Amazon. Friend pulled 5E24 pressure sensor and 5DA1 RF wheel sensor.

Yellow lights came on after FI line disconnected while idling @ 5 AM prepping for 650 mile trip back to Ohio, pumped out 1/2 tank! Can't see any correlation to the ABS light problem?

I do have a RF wheel sensor coming, the old one showed about 230 ohms so some resistance?

Made it home with no significant power loss but wondering if yellow lights can cause intermittent but slight power loss? Or affect braking and acceleration?

Yes I'll go back to searching, just find it strange that a massive gas leak very close to ABS unit and DSC sensors.

224K 2003 325i 2.5 M54
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Old 01-15-2020, 08:00 PM   #2
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Will try the RF wheel sensor first but several videos indicate the sensors could be the problem! 50's Kid has a video that pulls the MC away and twists to access the DSC sensors. Amazon does have them! Still thinking the major gas spill may have been responsible?
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