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Old 02-11-2021, 10:44 AM
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Does the yaw sensor need to be coded to the car?

*edit* research suggests no....
From what I can tell the answer is no. I did recalibrate so that it should read 0 units. However when I check the live data it is not at 0.
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When was abs last working? Did you gave any other codes first?
ABS was last working about 9 months ago. Christmas tree light was intermittent for about a week and then never went away.

No other new codes have popped up. Just the usual CEL for 02 sensor and like 5 airbag codes.


I haven't checked the wiring diagram yet but I'm wondering if this sensor goes directly back to the ABS control unit and if the ABS control unit is losing/distorting the signal for this sensor.
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I think the air bag codes might be a clue. Are you sure the codes you are getting are for the YAW sensor and not the crash sensors?
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I haven't checked the wiring diagram yet but I'm wondering if this sensor goes directly back to the ABS control unit and if the ABS control unit is losing/distorting the signal for this sensor.

Sadly thatís my prime suspect. The faulty design of bond wires wreaks havoc over any possible input. Typically "implausible wheel speed" even with sensors that actually show the speed.
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I think the air bag codes might be a clue. Are you sure the codes you are getting are for the YAW sensor and not the crash sensors?
https://photos.app.goo.gl/wUPYkwLYhKiGKZ6h9

This is what my code reader is showing after I replaced the yaw sensor and recalibrated it.

The air bag codes are old and pre-date the yellow trifecta issue.

Also to note. live data shows all 4 wheels speeds. speedometer and odometer work just fine. Cruise control works fine.
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Sadly thatís my prime suspect. The faulty design of bond wires wreaks havoc over any possible input. Typically "implausible wheel speed" even with sensors that actually show the speed.
Hey Andrew. I noticed in another thread you said that the foxwell NT520 can code ABS modules. I remember there being 3 options in the ABS service menu: steering angle recalibration, yaw sensor recalibration, and I can't remember the 3rd option. Was it ABS module coding?

Hypothetically, if I pick up a new ABS module, I should be able to code it this way? Can anyone confirm this or do I need another software to code the ABS module?
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Could it be that your device is not doing the sensor recalibration correctly.

Sensor is wired directly to DSC module.
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Yaw Rate Sensor readings in Park

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Hey Andrew. I noticed in another thread you said that the foxwell NT520 can code ABS modules. I remember there being 3 options in the ABS service menu: steering angle recalibration, yaw sensor recalibration, and I can't remember the 3rd option. Was it ABS module coding?



Hypothetically, if I pick up a new ABS module, I should be able to code it this way? Can anyone confirm this or do I need another software to code the ABS module?

I've swapped modules but only when identical model. I only had to re-calibrate the SAS to get things working. I haven't gotten any solid feedback that it is possible to code the abs module. It would of course be the most useful info.
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For fun I pulled codes from INPA tonight. Let me know if you see anything obvious. Otherwise I think I'm going to start the process of getting my ABS module rebuilt. Recommendations?


# ERRORS DETAILS - DTC(hex)/PARAM(hex)
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DME* -> 50/01 - Function, secondary-air system, bank 1
51/01 - Function, secondary-air system, bank 2
5D/00 - Function, tank-venting system

ABS -> 54/FF - Yaw rate Sensor plausibility
6A/FF - Lateral acceleration Sensor plausibility

SRS -> 11/A0 - Power supply
02/88 - Belt tensioner, driver
F0/82 - Internal control unit fault
05/C0 - Side airbag, front left
06/40 - Side airbag, front right

IKE -> BD/D0 - Electronic braking-force distribution

LCM -> 28/02 - Thermal oil-level sensor defect
Shadow-memory:
5A/01 - Brake pads
5F/31 - Check coolant level
91/01 - Rear right turn signal indicator
92/01 - Left brake light
94/1F - Rear left fog light
95/1F - Rear right fog light
99/1F - Licence plate light

ZKE -> A7/3F - Mirror, potentiometer horizontal or cable, passenger's door
A4/01 - Mirror, potentiometer vertical or cable, driver's door
A5/02 - Mirror, potentiometer horizontal or cable, driver's door

PDC -> 10/C6 - Converter, rear left
11/88 - Converter, rear right
12/CE - Converter, rear centre left
14/C8 - Converter, front left
16/C8 - Converter, front centre left
17/C4 - Converter, front centre right

SZM -> 07/01 - Heating surface Seat heating left, Open circuit
08/02 - Heating surface Seat heating right, Open circuit

LRA -> Shadow-memory:
00/00 - Terminal 30

SMF -> 16/01 - Steering-column axial, short
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Just to be clear, are these all "faults" in each module?
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For fun I pulled codes from INPA tonight. Let me know if you see anything obvious. Otherwise I think I'm going to start the process of getting my ABS module rebuilt. Recommendations?


# ERRORS DETAILS - DTC(hex)/PARAM(hex)
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DME* -> 50/01 - Function, secondary-air system, bank 1
51/01 - Function, secondary-air system, bank 2
5D/00 - Function, tank-venting system

ABS -> 54/FF - Yaw rate Sensor plausibility
6A/FF - Lateral acceleration Sensor plausibility

SRS -> 11/A0 - Power supply
02/88 - Belt tensioner, driver
F0/82 - Internal control unit fault
05/C0 - Side airbag, front left
06/40 - Side airbag, front right

IKE -> BD/D0 - Electronic braking-force distribution

LCM -> 28/02 - Thermal oil-level sensor defect
Shadow-memory:
5A/01 - Brake pads
5F/31 - Check coolant level
91/01 - Rear right turn signal indicator
92/01 - Left brake light
94/1F - Rear left fog light
95/1F - Rear right fog light
99/1F - Licence plate light

ZKE -> A7/3F - Mirror, potentiometer horizontal or cable, passenger's door
A4/01 - Mirror, potentiometer vertical or cable, driver's door
A5/02 - Mirror, potentiometer horizontal or cable, driver's door

PDC -> 10/C6 - Converter, rear left
11/88 - Converter, rear right
12/CE - Converter, rear centre left
14/C8 - Converter, front left
16/C8 - Converter, front centre left
17/C4 - Converter, front centre right

SZM -> 07/01 - Heating surface Seat heating left, Open circuit
08/02 - Heating surface Seat heating right, Open circuit

LRA -> Shadow-memory:
00/00 - Terminal 30

SMF -> 16/01 - Steering-column axial, short
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