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Suggest you go to some of the BMW forum sites for more detailed responses. This could be speed sensors located at the wheel hub area or an ABS module. The wires run up near and along where the brake pad sensor wires are located. Sensors aren't too hard to change and aren't too costly, the module, on the other hand is expensive.
Well because its a auto box you could have a band or pump problem which is in the gear box and is bathed in auto matic fluid oil and that could be your problem as the bands do wear down fast on a lot of cars and BMW with there power that could be you.
So take it to a auto box people and get it checked out.
Chances are they did not resurface your flywheel OR replace the pilot bearing.
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You may want to call them:
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the fuses u are looking for are as follows:
From the top left first row its# 4
then the bottom row its # 19
I also wanted to point out. from 1989 to 1996 the brake switch was the common failure for bmw's
the series it included were 318i, 525-540i, and all 7 series. if the fuses dont fix it.. its the switch
located under a panel u need remove on the drivers side on the steering collum