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Old 09-16-2011, 08:12 AM
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Exclamation e90 steering angle sensor

hi guys, well.. i had an accident on my e90, i already spent a lot of money and now the "only" thing that is being missing, is the optical steering angle sensor, the lights of DSC, ABS and i think DTC also are on, and the turn signal indicators lamps won't go off after a turn, the car is in the work shop and they tried everything and ended up being a bad optical steering angle sensor, it's not responding, can't reset it.. whatever.. my question is where can i find one of this?? can't find the part number and can't find it on realoem.org, here are the pictures, please help, thanks
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Old 09-16-2011, 08:18 AM
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still looking all over the internet and can't find it!
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:55 PM
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goto realoem.com and click on vehicle electrical systems and then click on switches and you will see the SZL (just used a 335 part number 61319123048)
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online, price $530.00
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:58 PM
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There is DIY on repairing the Sensor

There is a DIY on repairing the Sensor.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=16
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Old 08-25-2012, 02:44 PM
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I have the same lights on. This sensor price $ 530 plus $ 200 collibretion. I'm not worried about it
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I have the same lights on. This sensor price $ 530 plus $ 200 collibretion. I'm not worried about it
To reset/calibrate the sensor, turn ignition on with one push o'the button.....turn wheel all the way left; all the way right. Voilą! Done.

You may send me just $150.00 for that, a saving of 25% over gouging, inflated BMW dealer pricing! Very exciting, I'm sure. Please, do PM for payment instruction!

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Edit: Steering Angle Sensor ~$225 - easy-to-do DIY

Not for everyone but personally, I have much better results w/DIY.

Strangely, nobody cares as much as I 'bout quality of work on my ride....

Some procedures allow adjustment -- I noodle 'til it's right in the sweet spot. Satisfying!


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Old 08-25-2012, 06:25 PM
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To reset the sensor, turn ignition on with one push o'the button.....turn wheel all the way left; all the way right. If memory serves, turn off; turn on & drive away.


I know about this, but if it is broken it will not help, and I know how to repair, thanks
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To reset the sensor, turn ignition on with one push o'the button.....turn wheel all the way left; all the way right. If memory serves, turn off; turn on & drive away.


I know about this, but if it is broken it will not help, and I know how to repair, thanks
No no! It will help....a new sensor MUST be coded & calibrated.

Send me $150 as a token and I shall complete your training, young Jedi. Only a fully qualified Jedi Master may set out upon this path, with the sensor as his ally....

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