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On the lookout for a replacement ABS pump for my 130i - part # 3451 6778484 01 VIN WBAUD52020JM27512 if anyone know can supply one or point me in the direction of one would be much appreciated 😊

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Have you looked into getting it repaired ?

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yes just come across , anybody know anything about this place? 

Wayne Frost.
Car Computers NZ LTD.

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Update

Got 2nd pump from Hellbm, fitted today but alas the abs Christmas tree remains. 

But now have DSC faults codes appearing along with brake pad warning - checked pads all ok. 

DSC hydraulic valve unit adjustment 

DSC unit valves

Also keep getting tyre pressure warning but no run flats fitted.

Any advise /insights would be appreciated. 🤔🤔

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Wheel speed sensor?

tyre pressure warning you should be able to turn it off or run the recalibration through iDrive to tell the computer that the pressure is set correctly.

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Discovered the tyre pressure fix.

Does the speed sensor thing tied up the reluctor known issue?

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Code it.

Bleed with a decent scanner

Calibrate it

And replace brake pad wear sensors if you haven't already done so.

Activate return pump remotely with scanner to confirm all is working as it should.

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Coding was done .

Brake sensors checked ok according to mechanic. But might worth doing anyway

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5 minutes ago, M3AN said:

This should have been your first stop:

https://www.babybmw.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=104227

 

Assuming the wheel speed sensor is ok (swap from left to right to confirm) the reluctor ring if faulty will throw up its own fault code.

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19 minutes ago, HELLBM said:

Assuming the wheel speed sensor is ok (swap from left to right to confirm) the reluctor ring if faulty will throw up its own fault code.

No, that's not the case. From the first post in the link I provided...

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If your rings are bad enough, they may also throw a 'Wheel speed sensor rear extrapolation' error.

That's a lot of "if" and "may".

Regardless, it's still the first thing to check, I'm assuming you know this though so your comments are confusing.

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3 minutes ago, M3AN said:

No, that's not the case. From the first post in the link I provided...

That's a lot of "if" and "may".

Regardless, it's still the first thing to check, I'm assuming you know this though so your comments are confusing.

He or his Mechanic needs to calibrate the DSC assuming the 2 faults listed are the only ones beside brake pad wear sensor or sensors.

If the sensors need doing they will be the only faults remaining.

Very rarely we have encountered the mentioned reductor fault due to the fact that we don`t have to deal with the rust issue like others.

I mentioned that issue to point out the fact that it will throw a specific fault code assuming the sensors are ok.

CALIBRATE the DSC including steering angle and all will be fine.

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^ Reluctor faults do seem to be a UK thing, along with seized calipers, the underside of their cars look like the innards of shipwrecks. 

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I agree that rust is less likely to be a problem here but that thread and the US equivalent also confirm that gunk build-up can cause the issue and there are a multitude of reports that there's no specific ring code thrown in a lot of cases.

But I'll defer to your expertise on what's required after replacing the ABS pump, I've never done that. It's just that replacing the pump isn't where I would have recommended starting, you can check the rings for free after all.

 

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Come see me. think I scanned it for you last year and said what was needed.

A good mechanic should know how to bring up live data on their scan tool and check sensors. if you're out of luck ping me a message, definitely can resolve your issue with my tools and coding software. I work with a lot of workshops around wellington  programing modules, ecu cloning, immo deletes etc. 

 

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Thanks Pramod will sent u text

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Making good progress with great help from Pramod and now need to replace rear brake pads, I know this sounds like s strange question but do I need 2 brake pad wear sensors ???? one each side??

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Just now, Brianr70 said:

Making good progress with great help from Pramod and now need to replace rear brake pads, I know this sounds like s strange question but do I need 2 brake pad wear sensors ???? one each side??

Just one, one side per axle. Did the old one trigger? It might be reusable.

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sounds like ye olde one triggered as pads are low

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Just about all sorted just do the brake pads and sorted 👌 

Big thanks 👍👍👍to Pramod sorting out the abs Christmas tree and associated issues. Definitely recommend his services.

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All good. 

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Finally no more warning lights, replaced  rear pads and rotors and are now a happy camper😉

 

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