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Old 05-27-2021, 08:01 PM
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AIP Electronics ABS Anti-Lock... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FSC3SOA...p_mob_ap_share

I've used a few. never had a failure in 2-3 years. They are so easy to change not worth 3-4x the price for OEM (maybe for wife's car in winter).

It's more mission helpful than mission critical components

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and the rears are Prime delivery and they have 2 left... I will let you know Sunday after they arrive.
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If I ordered the last 2 in inventory together the actual delivery date for both was June 7 despite the stated date of May30. Ordering 1 at a time, which i did, the delivery dates are May 30 and June 1.
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I have had the same thing happen on Amazon. Good you figured it out.
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AIP Electronics ABS Anti-Lock... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FSC3SOA...p_mob_ap_share

I've used a few. never had a failure in 2-3 years. They are so easy to change not worth 3-4x the price for OEM (maybe for wife's car in winter).

It's more mission helpful than mission critical components

My apologies for the delayed reply concerning the new rear wheel sensors..

Thank you very much to andrewwynn. The new AIP wheel sensors fit was very snug or tight and required a little bit of effort to push down and install as compared to the ones I took out which were loose fitting, come out with no effort and would drop into the hole easily.
After install, where I had only the rear two wheels off the ground, I loaded INPA and hand spun the wheels and I now had wheel speed from both rear wheels. Then with all 4 wheels on the ground I took it out for a drive and now the speedometer is working, I now have all 4 wheel speeds, (see attached), and the front wheels are no longer locking up.

I am extremely grateful for the help I received and without the forum to pull from the rabbit hole and steer me in the right direction i would still be chasing this issue.

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and the VIN on the EGS belongs to a 1998 BMW 7 Series. I checked the part number on the transmission(ZF5HP24) plate, and the part number, 1058 000 029, cross references with the ZF part installed only in the E53 4.4i, so I feel that the TCM has been changed and this replacement is from the 1998 7 Series.

In my first post of this thread I noted the VIN on the EGS belongs to a 1998 BMW 7 Series and based on the transmission part number concluded the TCM had been changed. Should I search out and find a 2003 E53 X5 4.4i TCM and install to be sure the module matches the vehicle. When I look across an auction sites compatibility tables when searching for an E53 TCM many results are from E39 series vehicles. But a RWD TCM in an AWD, with a different part number ZF5HP24 transmission just doesn't seem right to me.

(did I just answer my own question??)
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In my first post of this thread I noted the VIN on the EGS belongs to a 1998 BMW 7 Series and based on the transmission part number concluded the TCM had been changed. Should I search out and find a 2003 E53 X5 4.4i TCM and install to be sure the module matches the vehicle. When I look across an auction sites compatibility tables when searching for an E53 TCM many results are from E39 series vehicles. But a RWD TCM in an AWD, with a different part number ZF5HP24 transmission just doesn't seem right to me.
You can try sourcing a correct EGS or flash your EGS with WinKFP for correct software number.

Here is the history of E53 4.4i (M62) EGS. Software number is the 7 last digits on the part number of programmed EGS.

https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/par...&q=24607526302
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