ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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Hi guys,
I’m on the road is snowing and freezing outside and I’ve just got these errors.
What could be the problem and is there anything I could do to solve these?
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Re: ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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Hi Dani

That means there is a fault detected by the ESP ECU tha also controls the ABS. As a safety precaution, it has disabled the ESP and the ABS system, so be aware of this if driving in the snow - as you'll only have standard braking now.

It could be a faulty ABS wheel sensor, but there will probably be a fault code that will help point the finger at the suspect area. If you have Diagbox, pop the fault code up.
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Re: ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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U0122
P1351
P0069
P1589
P0104
P2003
Just some of the errors
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Re: ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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Abs sensor on the front right hand wheel would be the most likely cause of your problem .
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U0122Is a CAN network fault with communication with the ESP ECU - Cruise and Speed Limiter functions disabled until fault corrected. Likely because of the C1330 ABS sensor fault
P1351Is a Pre-heating relay circuit: Coherence; Relay supplied and glow plugs not supplied. It is common on most of these engines - ignore this for now.
P0069 Turbocharger pressure signal: Coherence with the atmospheric pressure. Caused by a difference for 10s between the turbo pressure and the atmospheric pressure greater than 120 mbar without a regeneration of FAP, or greater than 400 mbar with a regeneration of the FAP. Suspect: Atmospheric Pressure or Turbo Pressure Sensors.
P1589 Your Airflow Meter supply voltage is lower than 7.2 V for 1 second, so check the electrical plug to the airflow meter, but be careful not to touch the wire inside the meter.
P0104That's another Airflow Meter issue: Flowmeter signal: Open circuit or short circuit to positive or short circuit to earth. It's is likely to be related to the other Air Flow issue, but when this fault is present, the engine ECU cuts the regulation of the EGR valve, the bypass mixer.
P2003That isn't a code for this engine - so likely to be written down wrong :-D
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Re: ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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Thanks Mark, always here to help. I really appreciate you!
Is there anyway that you could help me with a diagram for changing ABS sensor?
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Re: ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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I managed to solve the problem.
The cable from the sensor was punched. I fixed it and now it works perfectly.

Thanks everyone for all the help.
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Re: ABS, ESP, ASR System faulty

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Well done, I was just about to sort put some pics up, but you beat me to it. Looks like it got caught or trapped somewhere!