2003 E60 520i - ABS Warning light and Control Centre Failure

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  1. 2003 E60 520i - ABS Warning light and Control Centre Failure 
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    Hi Guys,
    I have a 2003 E60 520i, the Control Centre is off but i know other functions such as the parking assists are working, is this just an electrical fault, this happened at the same time the ABS warning lights came on.
    Has someone else had a similar fault and could you offer some advice. I did run it through diagnostic it showed the following fault codes: A0B5, CD98, CD9C, 2788. I am thinking of changing the ABS sensors and hopefully this would help clear the ABS fault. I am not sure about the Control Centre fault.
    Can anyone offer some advice.
    Thanks,
    Tim
     
     

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    Did u find out what was wrong?? I seem to have the same fault.
     
     

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    ,you need your car looking at proplely , and not just reading the fault codes , for the cost of guessing and changing all the DSC sensors , not ABS sensors you will get it fixed first time , and not using your method of guess the part . i would like to play this game with your money , change the air mass meter .
     
     

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