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Old 01-27-2010, 05:55 AM
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Mein Auto: 2007 Alpina B7
Post Drive control malfunction / drive moderately - steering angle sensor error - SZL

As we all know, on our E65/E66's the steering angle sensor will occasionally freak out and throw an error, with the supporting evidence being a non-self-canceling turn signal. After a little while (typically car stop/start) it will go back to acting normal.

Well, mine finally freaked out again this morning and I was able to pull the error. You'll notice that it only happened once, and that it was just for a split second.

I'm not soliciting advice on this, just providing a little information back to the community. Attached are some screen shots from pulling the error using INPA.
 
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