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Old 10-31-2019, 03:05 PM
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Parking break error

My e70 of 2007 received the famous parking break error, the orange light in the dash board has lit on.
Brought the car to a Indy nr 1 that changed the small motor inside the EMF module. Took the car back and it still had the same problem. So I changed to another Indy, this Indy was a bit smarter then the previous Indy he changed the fuse that was probably burned, but now the car still has the orange parking break light on the dash board. But when I slowly drive the car and activate the parking break the car stops so it seems the parking break module is working because before it didnít do nothing if you pressed the hand brake button. But the problem I have now is when the car is stopped and you want to activate the hand brake it doesnít work, is it because the car still has the error code in the computer ?
Does someone know what I have to do? Or is it still the EMF module that is malfunctioning ?
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