Question about 2007 BMW 525xi Sedan
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
You shouldnt have to, if the sensors are installed back correctly, make sure the little copper "u' parts are on the sensor when you put them back in, quite often they fall off witout realising it. if you have done that all ok turn youre hazard lights on & disconnect the battery for about ten minutes. put battery back on & turn hazard lights off. that should drain the stored problem & reset the system. see how you go.
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