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Old 11-03-2019, 04:57 PM
Join Date: Apr 2018
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SLS problems

Have been doing some work on my x5 recently, but there is one problem that I seem to struggle with. I got SLS light coming up on my dash, first it was on and off a little, and then it was permanent. I checked the fault code with INPA and it said faulty sensor rear right. Voltage was also 0.00 on live readings. I disconnected sensor, and measured all wires. Found that one of them had a wire break. I replaced wire, and measured cables again with multimeter, all seemed good. Cleared fault codes with INPA, but same fault came back on. Live readings were still not showing any voltage on rear right. So I bought new level sensor... Replaced level sensor, cleared codes, still no voltage on rear right.. Also switched left sensor with right sensor, still no voltage on right... So I measure 4,8voltage supply to sensor, but no voltage on live readings in INPA.

Anyone had similar problems? Im fearing the EHC module
Could it be that it just need reprogramming?
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