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  1. ESP/ABS/TPMS fault after carrying heavy load 
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    Hi all,

    Today I carried 10 flag stones in my A6 Avant for around 1.5 miles from the local builders yard. Around half a mile in and I got an ESP ABS fault along with TPMS error and parking brake error.

    Itís still an issue several hours later even without the load in now.
    I have the Carista OBD scanner and these are the codes;

    Engine:
    04698
    04699

    ABS:
    00486 - Tracers for Central Locking, door external grasp front seat passenger side (E370)
    00365 - Line for communication interior monitoring, entrance
    00393 - Display test, black segments
    00398 - Finding lighting
    00402 - Heating element for air additional heating system (Z35)

    Airbags:
    1049350

    Steering wheel:
    01316 - ABS Control Module

    Parking brake:
    459776

    Power steering:
    3164944


    Carista is very basic and obviously a VCDS reading is needed but initially the 01316 - ABS control module seems the worst culprit here.
    Elsewhere Iíve read it could just be a abs speed sensor error, and most likely on my rear right after carrying the weight.

    Can anyone offer me any help?
    (Iím in Harrogate, if anyone happens to be on here from the area with a scanner!!)

    Thanks
    Ben
     
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    Check your tyre pressures are spot on and reset them , clear the faults and see what happens. Likely the extra weight without increasing the tyre pressures has upset the system ( for want of a better way of putting it)
     
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    What he says.
    Quote "My tuner told me after he fitted the box that 0-60 should be around 2.6 seconds! "
     
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    Thanks for your time! Unfortunately that hasnít worked. Still getting all the lights.

    The start stop system is giving an error message in addition to the others too.

    Someone suggested disconnecting the battery to try reset it. Could that work?
     
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    Is anyone able to PM vcds-harrogate for me please? I've not got enough forum posts to, and hoping he might be able to help with a scan.

    Thanks
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benish7 View Post
    Is anyone able to PM vcds-harrogate for me please? I've not got enough forum posts to, and hoping he might be able to help with a scan.

    Thanks

    Are you sure? They haven't posted since 2014, or visited since 2016?
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by VAG-Abound View Post
    Are you sure? They haven't posted since 2014, or visited since 2016?
    Ah fair enough, I hadn't noticed that.
     
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    TPMS, ESP, ABS, stop/start and parking brake warning lights are all linked to a failure of a speed sensor at a hub. The failure may be the electronic speed reader or the sensor disc which is part of the wheel bearing.

    You could have tried to carry too much weight and now have knackered the bearing.

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    Depending on material, area and thickness a slab coukd be anything from about 30kg to 90kg. Were they like a really heavy suitcase (30kg) or two-man heavy lift?

    Even ten 30kg ones woild be best distributed on footwells, etc to mimic carrying a trio of rugby players.

    Do you think it might have been overloaded?
     
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    They probably weighed half a bag of sand each. I didnít think, at the time, it was a problem!

    This morning when I went to the car the faults had gone, car must have reset itself. Unfortunately on the way home though they came back on. Seemed to happen after I came down off a curb after parking up.
    Latest Carista fault codes:

    Engine:
    04698
    04699

    ABS:
    00486 - Tracers for Central Locking, door external grasp front seat passenger side (E370)
    00362 - Actuator for amount of air flap at the rear-left (V239)
    00365 - Line for communication interior monitoring, entrance
    00368 - Absorbers in front left hard
    00398 - Finding lighting
    00402 - Heating element for air additional heating system (Z35)

    Airbags:
    1049350
    1049605

    Steering wheel:
    01316 - ABS Control Module

    Parking brake:
    459776

    Power steering:
    3164944

    Any ideas on 00362 and 00368?

    Thanks
     
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