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Old 01-18-2017, 08:40 AM
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Default E92 330xd 2006 Transfer case problem

Hi,
Please I need help for my problem. I change my steering rack nothing else and it's not electric steering. My car shows error code 55C3(AWD limp home control activated no DSC specified nominal torque. Still I feel 4x4 works.

These also doesn't work
- blinkers doesnt stop
- cruise control does't work

What is wrong and what I have to do?



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Also DSC shows errorcodes 94BB and 5EBA, I don't understand what broke steering angle sensor?


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