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      02-12-2023, 07:04 PM   #1
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No vibration in steering wheel

14í lci m5. When I have lane control turned on. I get a fault almost immediately. Scanned. And here are codes.

800A07 Vibration Motor In Steering Wheel Faulty
C9AC05 LIN Bus, Vibration, Steering Wheel (Steering-Wheel Electronics): Actuator Blocked Permanent

Any idea how to fix?
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      02-27-2023, 11:00 PM   #2
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Probably if you search you can find a how-to. I took some pictures one time and posted when I was tracking down the buzzing that the vibrator makes which is annoying. You can buy the vibrator and change it yourself if you have the tools. It is a very overpriced part, nothing more than a assymetrical brass weight which rotates on the end of a little electric motor. Canít believer I paid like $140 for this ridiculous BMW part. In my opinion, youíre not losing anything by not having it functioning, but again do some searching if you are determined to have it work.
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Probably if you search you can find a how-to. I took some pictures one time and posted when I was tracking down the buzzing that the vibrator makes which is annoying. You can buy the vibrator and change it yourself if you have the tools. It is a very overpriced part, nothing more than a assymetrical brass weight which rotates on the end of a little electric motor. Canít believer I paid like $140 for this ridiculous BMW part. In my opinion, youíre not losing anything by not having it functioning, but again do some searching if you are determined to have it work.
Was it hard to replace? Not having the function doesnít bug me. Having the fault pop up Everytime itís on does. Thanks for the advice.
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