Question about BMW 330
Sounds like the sensor has defaulted.
Normally you would use a code reader to clear fault codes.
That is an option, but sometimes disconnecting the battery for a short period of time allows a reset of sensors upon re-connection.
If a shop did it, not a bad idea to call them and make them aware.
Plus they shouls offer to use their code reader to clear any faulty codes at no charge, being its vey likely associated with the work they just did.
If they don't, switch repair facilities.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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