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Old 22-04-13, 04:34 PM   #1
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Hi people I have a 2005 407 2.0 HDi both ESP and ABS warning lights come on when engine is started but car is not moving, they then stay on. I have visually checked the sensors but could not see any problem. Any ideas please.
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Old 22-04-13, 05:47 PM   #2
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Most likely cause is one or more dead sensors, need a diagnostic from a forum member with planet or check trem1's post today how to test an abs sensor.
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As Cab has already said it will be 1 or more sensor's. easy enough to fix and once done the error message disappears all on its own
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As Cab has already said it will be 1 or more sensor's. easy enough to fix and once done the error message disappears all on its own
Hi Trem1, Thanks for your reply but I seem to have lost the link to your 'How to check sensor' thread. Could you please repost it? Thank you.
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As Cab has already said it will be 1 or more sensor's. easy enough to fix and once done the error message disappears all on its own
Hi Trem1, Thanks for your reply but I seem to have lost the link to your 'How to check sensor' thread. Could you please repost it? Thank you.
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here you go
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