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post #1 of 8 Old 14th February 2017, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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5E19 can you help

Hi,
Jumped in the car this afternoon to give it a quick clean, started the car and the engine light came straight on, with a warning about dsc etc... so turned it off got my laptop and plugged it in, I read the codes on the car and it came up with this....
Could some one shed some light on what could be wrong
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5E19 can you help

My guess will be a bad throttle valve actuator maybe?
There are a few posts on this forum about it. Google is your friend lol

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I've only had the car 3 months and as far as I'm aware the throttle actuators where replaced not long before I purchased the car, mm
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Likely an electrical problem inside the ABS/DSC module. I am dealing with a similar problem. If you have access to ISTA/D you can get more info and testing procedures to run to help diagnose.
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Likely an electrical problem inside the ABS/DSC module. I am dealing with a similar problem. If you have access to ISTA/D you can get more info and testing procedures to run to help diagnose.


Unfortunately I have only got..
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I've only had the car 3 months and as far as I'm aware the throttle actuators where replaced not long before I purchased the car, mm

I read this topic. See if its any help to you

http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e60...ge=5&_k=on5ho3
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I read this topic. See if its any help to you

http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e60...ge=5&_k=on5ho3


Thanks for that I'll have a read through it,
I have looked over the internet for the codes, from what I can see, people that had issues with the actuators also had other codes, could be wrong
Thanks though
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Thanks for that I'll have a read through it,
I have looked over the internet for the codes, from what I can see, people that had issues with the actuators also had other codes, could be wrong
Thanks though


I also seen someone mentioned a DME. Your welcome we are all here to help
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