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Old 05-05-2016, 02:13 PM
Conajw Conajw is offline
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Lost all power Battery Light ABS lights on

I thought I had my 2003 X5 3.0 fixed and it was driving like it was new THEN I filled the car with 91 Gas drove less than one mile and it lost power the Battery Light went on, The ABS Brake lights went on and the car would go about two feet than stall. It would restart than stall. Transmission went into limp mode. I had to remove the Mass Flow sensor wire and was able to limp home.
I had recently installed a new Mass flow sensor, a new DISA, all new coils and Bosh plugs, and a new bottom rubber air flow boot. plus a new purge valve. I had emissions problems and this solved them all. X5 has 117,000 miles.

I had an OBD reading of P1447 and no other. Cleared the code but still have the Battery light, it starts and runs, but if I rev the engine the ABS Brake lights flash on and then off when I let it idle.

Anyone had this problem or can tell me what could be the problem?

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Old 05-05-2016, 07:32 PM
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Seems like you have generic OBD2 reader which is good only to tell you that there is an issue but what the issue is - this is not going to tell you.

Read this - maybe it will help..

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