January 10, 2019 Followup from the Pelican Staff: If the connector female end is different, you have the wrong part. Best bet, use an advanced scan tool that will display the code description. I went and unplugged and replugged the main connector behind the hub and I now have an airbag light, seatbelt light, traction control light, and my signals won't cancel. There should be test plans for most faults. December 4, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The coding or programming could be wrong, or you have a fault code. March 14, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes.
Did I lose a piece? You should clear the code and see how long it takes to come back, if at all. Thanks in advance for your help. I was told that if it turns out it was determined to be a result of the accident, they will reimburse but that's it. Please help, inspection is this month! Jeff Posted on Oct 23, 2011 thanks for the info. The accident was completely cosmetic other than this one thing.
I've read it's fairly simple but haven't found exactly how to do it yet. We should prob call them and complain about the units at around the same time. I was told that if it turns out it was determined to be a result of the accident, they will reimburse but that's it. Be mindful of the brush assembly position from your old unit and put a witness mark on the housing and the brush spindle, duplicate the mark on your new unit. It appears that column locks commonly fail in the locked condition.
It has a half moon shape. April 12, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Remove the coupler at the bottom of the steering column. Upper Description: Steering angle sensor Quantity Required: 1 Notes: from 1998 Model: 528i 1997-98 Sedan Automatic Transmission, with M52 Engine E39 Category: Steer. Do you know which is true? Now because of this the body control module has detected these faults, will have turned the abs off, hence the abs light. Upper Description: Steering angle sensor Quantity Required: 1 Model: 540i 1997-98 Sedan Automatic Transmission, with M62 Engine E39 Category: Steer. And the other sensor I bought was from a 1999 e39 but from a breaker so I have no idea if that was the original part for that car or had been replaced.
I have 94b5 faultly code on my bmw 320i e90 2005 model. With your vehicle info handy, give The Pelican Parts parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. I could not access the memory car settings either. Also, the wipers would not turn off when the mechanic started the car after it was towed. This will be your best bet when diagnosing. I haven't tried to jump it. This fault entry is caused by the invalid message regarding the steering angle sensor after the first engine start.
And the other sensor I bought was from a 1999 e39 but from a breaker so I have no idea if that was the original part for that car or had been replaced. I've worked hard to keep my car perfect so little things like this drive me nuts! I actually did look into it. Check brake fluid level in master cylinder reservoir. I did not lose any pieces. Upper Description: Steering angle sensor Quantity Required: 1 Model: 740i 1996-98 Sedan Automatic Transmission, with M62 Engine E38 Category: Steer. S Figure 2 Then lift upper steering column trim cover up to detach it from steering column. We tried to clear the code but it immediately pops back up.
This will be your best bet when diagnosing. Has not come back and it's been about 3 months. The red seat belt and airbag warning lights are lit, and the steering lock does not work. I've worked hard to keep my car perfect so little things like this drive me nuts! Everything else works on the steering wheel. The clock spring connects the steering wheel buttons and airbag electronics to the rest of the car.
Calibration of the steering angle sensor could not be carried out. Problem is, the fault is now apparently hard coded in the memory and comes up everytime making it impossible to recalibrate the sensor. Coding and serious diagnostics should always be done over a wire in my opinion. I am getting the same errors with two different sensors, the one that was on the car and a used one that was claimed to be working. If the system is not working properly, a fault code will be set. Thanks January 9, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: if the steering column caused the issue, I would err on the side of your mechanic's judgement and replace it. Start by checking for fault codes.
There is an error 93B4 airbag fault 93B4 drivers airbag stage 2. I agree might be a defective sensor, I guess I will try another. Before reassembling the bottom side of the dash I drove a mile to make sure the steering wheel was still at 0 position. After a few days, i got the same symptoms. It is definitely something with the steering, it has to be.