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Old 05-25-2014, 08:22 PM
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Default Dsc/brake lights are on help

Hi, I'm new to the forum and wanted to ask a question regarding my 2007 e93 BMW 335i MSport Convertible. Hope you can help.
Basically last week i was driving i hit a curb and 3 lights appeared on my dash. DSC light brake light both amber. Also tire pressure keeps popping up on IDrive even though there is enough pressure in the tires (32psi front and 38psi back) aswell as DSC. Also I've noticed my DTC button does not work therefore i have no traction and lastly my cruise control has also stopped working.

I decided to take the car to kwik fit to get 4 wheel alignment done. They were not able to do it because apparently lower control arm eccentric bolt does not turn to be able to align the wheel (rear passenger) the wheel is out by 100. I was told to replace the lower arm as i did and took it back and. Now they still having the same problem. What might you think the cause of this problem might be, and will this cause the lights to appear on dash?
I also noticed couple of days ago, the lights only come on with original wheels on because whilst the lights were on i put on a different set of alloys and the lights disappeared. After putting originals wheel back on the light appeared again 10miles into journey. Which is giving me doubt that it might be the wheel alignment however why is it the bolt is not turning enough?
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Old 07-16-2014, 12:58 AM
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could be the ABS sensor lead has been disconnected ??
or try another/new ABS sensor lead ??
or the brake wear sensor dislodged ??
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Old 08-17-2014, 08:45 PM
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Get your ABS module rebuild, it fixed the issue for me
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