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Can anyone help please, I have a customer with a 2014 BMW 5 series touring showing a "Chassis function restricted" message on the dash and I could do with a workshop in the area to check it out for me so I don't get raped by a main dealer, I'm  200 mile away so I could do with a recommended workshop near my customer in Ealing W5 4TP, Thanks.

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I'm not in London but I do know of Technosport (well regarded BMW specialist) who would be about 5 miles from Ealing I think.  technosport.co.uk

The fault you mention is quite likely to be one of the shock accelerometers. We've done a couple - they seem very prone to failure. Part cost is around £120 and its a 30 min job IIRC..

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1 hour ago, Halfpenny said:

I'm not in London but I do know of Technosport (well regarded BMW specialist) who would be about 5 miles from Ealing I think.  technosport.co.uk

The fault you mention is quite likely to be one of the shock accelerometers. We've done a couple - they seem very prone to failure. Part cost is around £120 and its a 30 min job IIRC..

Thanks Halfpenny I will try them tomorrow.

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Spiros Motor Technicians on 4 Sunbeam Rd, NW10, 10 minutes from Ealing

Very good garage that I use for stuff like this, they have Autologic diagnostics, you can give your customer my number and I can book it in. 

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2 hours ago, Nick M.K. said:

Spiros Motor Technicians on 4 Sunbeam Rd, NW10, 10 minutes from Ealing

Very good garage that I use for stuff like this, they have Autologic diagnostics, you can give your customer my number and I can book it in. 

I've sent you a pm Nik thanks

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On 5/10/2020 at 7:18 PM, Halfpenny said:

The fault you mention is quite likely to be one of the shock accelerometers. We've done a couple - they seem very prone to failure. Part cost is around £120 and its a 30 min job

/\ /\ /\ Exactly This ;)

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