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    Quote Originally Posted by Odee View Post
    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.

    John.
    Is it easy to see if the bearing has gone?
    Would it appear cracked or such?

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    Hi. Have you cleared the fault codes ? I would do that before you start worrying about something that may not be a problem, your high load may have upset some perimeter causing the codes but no damage done to any component. I would think there is a good chance they will not come back, if the do then look into what is faulty.
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