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Old 08-06-2014, 06:47 AM
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ABS Relay Location

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I have spent two nights trying to find the ABS relay in my 2002 X5 4.4i

I have searched endlessly but keep finding e39 relay and fusebox diagrams.

I have my ABS module unplugged because when its plugged in it will run even when the car is off, I have sent the module off to have it checked and it was fine, the guy who checked it recommend that I try replace the relay as its common for them to get stuck on BMW's causing the pump to run.
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Old 08-06-2014, 09:46 AM
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Are you LHD or RHD (left hand or right hand drive)?

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Sorry I forgot to mention, it's right hand drive.
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Did you check the same location that you saw from the e39 DIYs? If the engine is the same (your 02 X5 4.4 = the same M62TU engine in the 1999-03 540i/iT)...both have the same engine...and 98% of stuff is in the same location. But you may be switched around a bit being RHD due to the steering column being located on the side where the E-box is located on the LHD vehicles.

Also, have you tried looking it up in the online BMW WDS (wire diagram system): WDS BMW Wiring Diagram System - Model Selection
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I have checked E39 and the ABS fuse in in the engine bay fuse compartment next to the ECU, I have checked the X5 and they are a different layout.

I have even pulled out all the relays but the pump still runs so it cannot be one of the engine bay ones.

I have also just noticed that my rear brakes do not work :/
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