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My abs and atessa lights are on, I have checked the blink code on the ecu

and it points towards the g sensor, have taken this out and cleaned the

connections, but still the same.

I am sure I read on here about a condensor leaking inside which needs to be

replaced, any one help me , don't really wanna pay £100 for another which I

still would not know was any good .

puddy :thumbsup:
 

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Have you checked the simplest item? The fuse that is top-left on the fuse board. See if it's blown.

I'm not sure if that will give that fault code or not, but worth a 30 second check ;)
 

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Have you checked the simplest item? The fuse that is top-left on the fuse board. See if it's blown.

I'm not sure if that will give that fault code or not, but worth a 30 second check ;)
Yes, I'm a mechanic with 30 years experience :chuckle:

Just wanna know if anyone takes the g sensor apart to repair them ?

Cheers anyway, puddy :thumbsup:
 

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I've taken mine apart and there actually isn't very much in them.
Just 3 sort of pendulums things pointing in the 3 axes directions and a fluid to dampen their movement that's it.
So just take the lid of the G-sensor and blow out the circuit board that is positioned on top and look for burned resistors. If you can't see anything wrong with it I'd say it's something else. I had a problem with the connectors on the G-sensor itself having loose cables in them. Best to check the cables running to the 4wd ecu and their connection ;)
 
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