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Old 11-21-2011, 02:07 AM
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Default any dis masters? fault help please

hello this is issue, in dis v44 i'm getting ses o2 sensor error. its the dme 2c3e code with sensor 2 before cat b1214 ng6lv2.when trying to diagnose, after test starts it stops and displays


fault number: 800.102

with only cancel as option,after i hit it , it goes back to test menu. any thoughts?
maybe this is related so i put it in i also get lm2 light module 2 fault in short test

fault number: 800.102

cancel as option then quits.

next on short test for lm2 light module 2 with adaptive headlight, i get same fault as above any ideas on this one?
i hit cancel then it continues short test with no problems.
i finally got dis/gt1 working and would really like to know if its a bad o2 before i buy one any ideas how to confirm its bad, i also have inpa working thanks bmw friends

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Old 11-22-2011, 04:42 PM
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did you disable "technical measurement" from DIS?
you give error because DIS search for MIB that you do not have.
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