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"Brake Distribution" CEL Help

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I figured this out--- My brake sensor plug was loose and wet inside after washing my car. After taking the wheel off and looking around I unplugged the sending wire and reconnected everything. No issues since.


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I don't know if this is related but let me explain my problem. I had a very intrusive PSM but no warning except PSM light flashing . As soon I take a curve at hight speed I could feel the PSM acting like crazy! Even in speed lower than the curve can be taken at....Since I got a PST2 I decided to bleed exactly like the repair manual is stating + with somebody pressing on the pedal 10 times (at each locations) before opening the bleed valves and also with a "motive bleeder" pressurizing the reservoir. All four wheels starting with rear right outside , inside, rear left outside, inside, front right outside, inside and finally left side outside, inside but that is where there is a difference, I engage the PSM pump with the PST2 and I bleed the right side inside, outside with this PSM electric pump "on" as per repair manual....No more intrusive PSM after this bleeding process!!!!

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