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Old 09-12-2013, 09:41 PM   #1
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ABS/TCS light on

1999 z3 2.5L Roadster 93k miles. ABS and TCS lights on. Cleaned all 4 wheel speed sensors. and lights did not clear. Took it to mechanic to get codes read:

Code 24-wheel speed signal front right-fault has occurred 225 times
Code 71- Pump motor fault is currently present
Code 14-wheel speed signal front left-fault has occurred 225 times

Does anyone know if I can just replace wheel speed sensors, or is there a problem with the ABS pump?

Can ABS pump be rebuilt, or do I need to but a new one?

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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