ABS AND BAS APPEARS ON THE PANEL AS A MALFUNCTION, PLEASE HELP

Asked by May 29, 2007 at 09:11 PM about the 1999 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 300DT Turbodiesel

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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its a brake malfunction. It could either be a sensor or malfunction or mean that something is wrong with your brakes. Get them checked right away.

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lightgear.. Thank you for you insight!. I have already had them checked. It was a wire that got broken off and now it is operative again. thank you.

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Stop lamp switches go bad,turn on those lights together

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If you had your battery replaced recently, your steering angle sensor may not be normalized. But that's only if you have BAS/ESP lights on as malfunction. To normalize it, take the steering wheel at the straight-ahead position and turn it all the way to the left lock, then all the way to the right lock, then back to center. The lights will go away. If they don't go away, then there is another problem, like a brake lamp switch.

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