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Whatsup boys!? Looking for and diag. info for the brake pressure sensor. Have a 4460-08 code (Pressure sensor signal implausible). Replaced the sensor, no change. Replaced the ABS module, no change. From the beginning I think its something with the wireing. Car was in a flood and have had other electrical issues that have been taken care of. Any info will help!!

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Fault code 4460


Possible cause of fault:
- Short circuit to ground/B+ or open circuit
- Plug connection on stop light switch faulty
- Incorrect adjustment of the stop light switch
- Wiring/plug connection between the pressure sensor and control module faulty
- Pressure sensor faulty


A malfunction of the stop light switch can cause this fault. The stoplight switch must have switched before a brake pressure is recognized. When the brake pedal is actuated, the stop light switch and the brake lights are triggered. The brake pressure on the pressure sensor is 0 bar.

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