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Old 02-06-2019, 05:28 PM   #11
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Called and talked to the dealer's service department Sprinter advisor and he stated that since the ABS, ESP, and Cruise Control disable lights have all gone away after I turned off and restarted the vehicle, that most likely what happened was a temporary communication issue with the wheel sensors which cause the ABS and ESP lights to come on. Once I turned and started the vehicle again, the module and sensors did a reset and the lights and messages then disappeared.

He recommended to drive the coach around for a while and see if it occurs again, then to bring it in.

He didn't say anything about it possibly going into limp mode.

Dealer is 90 miles from my location so we plan on going camping next week close to the dealership just in case it happens again before we venture out farther away in it.
Sounds right - most temporary problem lights/conditions will clear after the third restart.
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I just purchased my 2014 ERA Sprinter it had been sitting for several months when I picked it up and I noticed the ABS warning lights when I was driving it home. My mechanic told me the sensor on one tire was showing 4000 RPM while sitting still. I have also read in this forum that a firm brake can reset and correct the warning.
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I just purchased my 2014 ERA Sprinter it had been sitting for several months when I picked it up and I noticed the ABS warning lights when I was driving it home. My mechanic told me the sensor on one tire was showing 4000 RPM while sitting still. I have also read in this forum that a firm brake can reset and correct the warning.
Good to know, thanks.
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