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YES!! mostly on Beamer`s!!!!!!! This has worked 100% for my motor`s. Run brake diagnostic programme let it run it`s course and bingo no warning lights RESULT!!!!!! Try it you might like it,good-luck...
It is safe to drive. You need a scan tool to get a code out of it. Could be as simple as a wheel speed sensor going bad. All of these lights will work together normally. The traction control uses the ABS to gain traction, and the Brake Assist System is part of the stability control. Also uses the ABS.
warniing light usually comes on, means that you have a failed wheel speed sensor but
these vehicles are common for the ABS module to fail causing the same
problem. You can back probe the wires comming out of each wheel speed
sensor with the wheel lifted in the air and check for ac voltage as you
spin the wheel.
What ever sensor does not put out voltage needs to
be replaced if they all seeem to work it is likely the ABS module. But before you replace any parts you would want to
have the ABS module checked for codes at one of your local shops that
has a high end scantool that can access those codes. If some job was make there, I suggest re-check harnesses connections and right tight.
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Of course, the first thing to check is your brake fluid level in the master cylinder reservoir, but often ABS lights are caused by a faulty wheel speed sensor. Most cars can have the codes scanned by a computer to point to the problem, and most auto parts stores will scan your car for free, and tell you what is tripping the ABS light. If your fluid level is ok, and you are driving on good road conditions, it isn't a saftety issue yet, so get some help with a code scan and hopefully you can get a cheap fix!
If you took this in and had BMW do the work to fix it and it is not fixed why do you not return to BMW and get it fixed, If you have paid for a repair and the repair did not solve the problem have them refund your money.
are they still on ?
can you turn off your trac light ?
usaly an ABS light and engine light come on when a wheel speed sensor is falty. you can fiz this your self. message me if you want to do this your self.