Common ABS (ESP) Fault – Brake Pressure Sender / Sensor Switch Failure – Audi / Mazda / Mitsubishi / Seat / Skoda & Volkswagen

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VW, Seat, Skoda and Audi Brake Pressure Sensor Switch ABS Fault

The Famous Brake Pressure Sensor ABS Fault
The ABS Pump control module is a very common fault for owners of VW’s, Audi’s, Skoda’s & Seat’s but also all other makes including Mazda, Mitsubishi, Honda and BMW. All suffer with the common ESP system fault. The fault is detected by having the ESP light illuminated on the Dashboard Speedo and also the “ESP OFF” switch will be illuminated too. Pressing the “ESP OFF” switch will have no effect. If you’ve had this problem, you would have most likely taken the vehicle to your local garage where they’d plug it onto a diagnostics machine and find the following common fault code: “01435 Brake Pressure Sensor 1 (G201)” or it would have given you the following fault description: “Brake Pressure Sensor” or “Brake Pressure Sender”.

If you had your vehicle in with the main dealers then you would have been told that you need to replace the ABS Pump Control Module. In fact, almost any garage you go to will tell you the same thing. A replacement ABS unit for your vehicle would be in the regions of £1000 – £1500 (+Vat) and that’s not including Labour. Luckily for you, we can repair these units for a fraction of the cost and could potentially save you a lot of money. What’s more, we now offer a full LIFETIME warranty on the replacement / remanufactured parts giving you complete peace of mind.

Most Common Vehicles Affected
Audi A2
Audi A3
Audi A4
BMW 1 Series
BMW 3 Series
Citroen C2
Citroen C3
Ford Focus
Ford C-Max
Honda Accord
Honda CRV
Lexus IS200
Lexus IS300
Mazda 3
Mitsubishi Outlander
Opel Astra
Peugeot 1007
Peugeot 206
Peugeot 207
Renault Laguna II
Seat Leon
Seat Altea
Seat Toleda
Skoda Octavia
Suzuki Splash
Suzuki Swift
Suzuki Grand Vitara
Suzuki Vitara
Toyota Celica
Toyota Colorado
Toyota Land Cruiser
Toyota MR2
Toyota Rav4
Toyota Yaris
Vauxhall Astra
Volkswagen Golf
Volkswagen Bora
Volkswagen Passat
Volkswagen Tourag
Volkswagen Touran
Volvo C30
Volvo C70
Volvo S40
Volvo V50

Exchange Units Kept In StockWhat is ESP & Why Do I Need It?
The ESP (Electronic Stability Program) is an additional function to the commonly known ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) & TCS (Traction Control System). Many 2000+ VW’s, Audi’s, Skoda’s & Seat’s are fitted with the ESP system. ABS prevents the wheels locking up under harsh braking / emergency braking, TCS will prevent the wheels from spinning when accelerating hard. ESP is much more advanced and is constantly working, calculating every corner you take to ensure you’re safety. The ESP system will use accelerometer sensors around the vehicle, to detect when the vehicle is likely to loose traction whilst cornering or sudden turning to avoid a collision at speed. If there is excessive longitudinal or lateral acceleration/deceleration it will be detected & by sudden steering at speed, the ESP system will instantly apply the brake to one of the opposing wheels, preventing excessive lateral movement that causes loss of traction to the road and loss of driver control of the vehicle.

Why You Should Choose Sinspeed To Replace / Remanufacture Your ABS unit
The ABS pump will have failed due to a manufacturing defect and replacing it with a new unit or even a second hand one does not necessarily prevent this from happening again. In fact, if you was to replace it with a working second hand unit, then you will be waiting for the day for it to fail because they are all failing at one point or another. The problem is with the Internal Brake Pressure Sender Sensor Switch. Once this fails, the ESP system is no longer working. There are other companies that will simply replace this part and return it to you, but that will not prevent it from happening again in the future.

What we do is completely different. We bypass the original Brake Pressure Sensor Switch and fit our very own custom manufactured External Brake Pressure Sender Switch and calibrate it so that the manufacturing defect is no longer existing. This is the only way to completely remove all risks of the unit failing again and this is why we are confident enough to offer a full LIFETIME warranty on the unit.

Why Modify The Unit? – Why Not Just Replace The Damaged Part?
All other cars without the MK60 ATE ABS Control Module have the Brake Pressure Sensor fitted externally to the ABS Pump and guess what, they never fail!
Having the Brake Pressure Sender Sensor Switch fitted internally to the ABS Pump is a new space-saving idea which has gone terribly wrong and unfortunately dealerships are yet to recover from this outbreak of faulty units as they have not yet released a modification. Replacing the internal switch for another one will not permanently cure the problem as it will remain a manufacturing defective unit. In order to safe-guard the future of your ABS unit, you have to modify it to match it’s predecessors. All the older versions of the ABS units come without internal brake pressure switches and the ESP never failed because the switches were mounted externally. If something isn’t broken.. why try to fix it? The external switches were great and never failed, the internal brake pressure switch was a bad idea from the start.

SAFETY WARNING!!
There have been rumours of people and/or companies trying to repair these units and in some cases imitate our work. Please understand that although the ESP system is not absolutely crucial, modifying the ABS controller/pump in any way (without superior extensive knowledge) in the technology of advanced braking systems and electronic control modules, you will be risking the life of others. Please do not attempt to repair these units yourself and please do not offer such services to trade or the general public. We have been in business since 1972 as a group company and all our parts, services are fully tested before leaving the workshop. All units are thoroughly tested on specific specialist equipment to ensure maximum quality. Our ESP Fault Modifications come fully approved and as far as we’re aware, there is no other company out there that can successfully repair these units and completely remove the defective state.

If you’ve got a car with a Brake Pressure Sensor fault relating to the ABS unit or have the ESP light lit up on your dash, then call us today and we’ll give you an instant quote. The number to call is 0871 2887 666.

Written by Jason

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155 thoughts on “Common ABS (ESP) Fault – Brake Pressure Sender / Sensor Switch Failure – Audi / Mazda / Mitsubishi / Seat / Skoda & Volkswagen

  1. Daniel

    Hi there,

    I’ve been having this problem on my Audi A2 for quite some time already, quite because of the expensive price to replace the part.

    Can you tell me what would be the price for replacing the unit for one of yours? I’m in Portugal.

    Thanks,
    Daniel

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Daniel

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      We can repair this pump but don’t carry stock for the Audi A2 so you would have to send your unit in for repair. Please email us for a price on repair & shipping to Portugal.

      Kindest Regards

      Jason
      Admin Team
      SINSPEED LTD

      Reply
  2. Richard

    My abs and esp lights on dash stay on had unit tested by ecu testing derby, no faults BUT G201 CODE STILL COMES UP ANY IDEAS

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Richard

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      Depends on the exact vehicle – we’ve never had a G201 fault we can’t solve so I would be keen to know more on this one. Please call on 0844 847 9999 or alternatively send us an email with your full vehicle details (make/model/year) and your postal code for a customised quotation.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED LTD

      Reply
  3. joel

    Hi.
    . My touareg 2004 has brake at fault stop vehicle but it’s giving me any code when t put the scanner what can I do

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Joel

      Thank you for contacting us,

      You will need to use VAGCOM or equivelant to get codes out of the ABS Brakes module, the faults won’t be stored in Engine ECU so it will say no stored codes if that is where you’re looking. We can offer a diagnosis service as well as a repair service. For details, please email us or call on 0844 847 9999.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED LTD

      Reply
  4. peter haldane

    Hi there, I have a customer with a mk 6 gold, getting the brake pressure sensor fault, what is the price for your fixed units, and what time can you turn them around?
    Peter

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Peter

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      Our sales team have replied to your enquiry via email as we do not list prices on our website. Please check your email inbox :)

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED LTD

      Reply
  5. scott stirrup

    I have a audi a3 20L tdi 53 plate mk2 and the esp light is on. I have had the code read and it says that it is sensor g201.how much would it be for a replacement fitted and I live near Manchester thanks.

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Scott

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      Someone will be in touch shortly with a quotation for you.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED LTD

      Reply
  6. Tom Broome

    Hi,

    I have an Audi A4 2.0 Tdi 170 avant with the ESP light on. The following codes come 00493 ESP sensor unit (G419) 004 – No Signal/ Communication.

    The ABS light is not on

    Do you think its the ABS module?

    Tom

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Tom

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      The G419 ESP Sensor Unit is an external sensor which usually would be found fitted near the steering column. Ensure you have power going to this sensor as it may be a wiring fault but if wiring is okay, change the sensor and see if the fault will clear. When changing this sensor, you will need to perform adaptations using VAG-COM or equivelant. We offer a step-by-step tutorial on how to use VAG-COM to perform basic settings and adaptations for these sensors on our Sinspeed Forum but is only accessible for active forum users.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      Admin Team
      SINSPEED LTD

      Reply
  7. Rob Joyce

    Hi
    I have a 2003 audi a3 2l fsi, my engine management light is on, and when I drive my abs and esp light comes on and stays on till I turn the car off. When I start it again they are not on but come on shortly after I start driving, could this be the same problem?
    Thanks

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Rob

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      No – this sounds like you have another issue on the vehicle. There are many sensors which work together and can all trigger this type of fault so it’s best to get it plugged in for a diagnostics and get the fault codes.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      Admin Team
      SINSPEED LTD

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      1. V Walker

        I had a similar fault with a Chevrolet Kalos.I.E engine fault warning light, it was also affecting the zircon system and putting the LPG low warning beep on, had new heat sensor for the LPG fitted but it did not change a thing. I never cottoned on that although there is no water leak, my Kalos needs topping up more often than one would normally expect. Although the temperature guage read normal, which is what stopped me following that track. After a long while it became evident that the problems were all connected insufficient water in the header tank. Lo , and behold, all of those problems were cleared up overnight !

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  8. Neil

    Hi,

    I have a 2007 Octavia VRS. yesterday the the steering wheel, the traction esp and tyre pressure warning lights came on.Then drove for a bit and the steering wheel warning light went out.
    Diagnostics give

    1) 01435 – Brake pressure sensor (G201)
    no or incorrect basic setting
    2) 00778 Steering angle sensor (G85)
    no or incorrect basic setting
    3) 01423 lateral acceleration sensor (G200)
    no or incorrect basic setting

    And last but not least

    4) 01135 interior monitoring sensors
    no signal/communication

    Would you be able to help with 1-3?

    Best Regards,

    Neil

    Reply
    1. admin Post author

      Hi Neil

      Can definitely help with these problems, drive in.. give us 30-40 minutes and we’ll have it sorted for you :)

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  9. V Walker

    I have just had a new ABS sensor fitted to my Kalos, cost £145, car is old now, so suspect others will go soon, can you beat that price ?

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi

      If you can send us an email with the part number I can get a competitive price for you. Also the other faults you mentioned are not related to the article.. this is targeted more towards ABS faults but it is helpful information for anyone that may have had similar problems the ones you’ve experienced so thank you for sharing :)

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  10. Mark Frerk

    Hi we have an audi Quattro allroad 2003 model we have an issue with the abs warning lamp and ride height adjustment light as well as the esp staying on all the time then when drove for a while 2 out of the 3 go of and the height adjuster stays on when they are all on the engine revs up more hope you can give me some information at the start the brake lights would come on when we are not around the car I fixed this issue by replacing the brake switch. Thanks Mark

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Mark

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      Really the vehicle would need a diagnostics to read any fault codes coming up when the lights are on. Without this information we would be shooting in the dark.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  11. Peter

    I have an Audi A6 2.4 and have an error in my ESP module that gives Brake pressure sensor 1 (G201). How can i fix it?

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Peter

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      We carry most brake pressure sensor units and ABS pumps / modules in stock. I would need your vehicle registration and part numbers from your ABS unit to match up the correct part for you and price you accordingly. Please come back to me with this information and I will assist you further.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  12. Stew

    Hi there my wife’s car vw golf V6 4 m ESP lights on all the time Vcds is coming up with fault code 01423 lateral acceleration sensor G200 57-00. Electric circuit failure tryed a new G200 nope still light on the ESP button dose not work on the dash no light could this be the problem

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Stew

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      No it won’t be the G201 fault. If replacing the sensor didn’t fix it then you either have a wiring fault or insufficient voltage supply going to the sensor. Worst case the ABS module is defective by not supplying the voltage but this is repairable with a Lifetime warranty.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  13. Anthony lewis

    Hello
    Seat leon 1.9 tdi (56)
    I have had my esp light on for a long time. I got told last year that it will not pass the mot this year. When a friend plugged it in. The fault I could find was with the brake position sensor failure. Could you please let me know the cost of the unit.
    Thank you.

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Anthony

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I’ve sent you an email just now with some pricing to repair your existing unit and also a price for our replacement parts along with fitting if required.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  14. arban

    hi, i have a vw golf mk5 2006 2.0tdi 4motion and the light of esp is on for a year ago, vcds error code is G201, 01345
    how is problem and witch coast i repair it
    thanks

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Arban

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We have the parts in stock for your vehicle model. I have sent you an email with pricing and further information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  15. Mr. Morrison

    My Vw golf 4motion ABS and my ESP engin light come on ,
    And go off after a wile .i’v had two lamba sensor replace, I had the AA out to have a look, the code comes up bank 1 .bank 2
    Oxegen sensor came up, what can I do, can you repair it,
    Thank you
    Mr Morrison

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Mr Morrison

      We can most definitely repair the fault and don’t believe it will be related to the Lambda Sensor fault. That fault can cause the engine light to come on but will not be related as to why the ABS / ESP lights are coming on. We would need to diagnose the vehicle first to get the correct fault codes so I would recommend giving us a call and maybe we can book you in for a diagnostic session first to determine the exact fault.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  16. Paul

    hi,i have a citroen c crosser with a faulty abs pump/ecu fault ,dealer says need replacement.
    part no 4670A340 and 06.2102-0934.4 these are also fitted to some Mitsubishi outlanders and peoguet 4007s.
    could you please give me a price for remanufactured part and for remanufacture of my part

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Paul

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I know the unit, we see a lot of these and they also suffer from the common Brake Pressure Sensor fault. I do believe we have these in stock.

      I’ve sent a quick email over to you. Any questions, please come back to me.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

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      1. Pat

        hi,
        I have a outlander 07 with a asc off service required light on, have you anything that can fix this issue.

        Reply
        1. Jason Post author

          Hi Pat

          Thanks for the enquiry,

          I’ve sent you a quick email with some information and pricing regarding the repair and / or replacement of your Mitsubishi Outlander ASC unit.

          Kind Regards

          Jason
          SINSPEED

          Reply
  17. Kirsty

    Hi, I have a seat altea which has the light illuminated permanently & the diagnostic says G201-01435 brake pressure sensor.
    Could you please give me a price?
    Many thanks

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Kirsty

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We have modified units in stock to fix this fault. I have sent you a quick email with pricing and further information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  18. Shuglenn

    Hi there,

    I have a ’09 Suzuki Grand Vitara with the ESP issue. Can you please send me the price for fixing this and procedure of sending faulty unit over to you.

    Thanks

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Shuglenn

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      I’ve sent you a quick email with full pricing and repair information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  19. John

    Hi I have a 07 Astra with a ESP issue would you be able to send me price for fixing this?and the procedure of sending the unit over please?
    Thanks

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi John

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We can definitely help, it’s a very common problem and I’ve sent you a quick email with full pricing information to repair the unit. You can also checkout this link for the Vauxhall Brake Pressure Sensor (ESP) Fault article which details the fault specific to Vauxhall with part numbers and fault codes that you can expect.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  20. Hassen

    CAR BMW 3 SERIES 2006 Hydraulic unit pressure sensor fault in DSC unit.permanent fault.5E20

    Please send me quote

    Regards
    hassen

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Hassen

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We’ve got replacement units on the shelf available for your vehicle. I’ve sent you a quick email with full information and pricing. We can send out a replacement unit or repair your own, whichever you prefer.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  21. kleiton

    Você tem Módulo Abs Santa fé 2.7 58900-26560 TCS B10 ou tem como reparar?

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Olá

      Obrigado por sua pergunta ,

      Enviei um e-mail com informações completas .

      Atenciosamente

      Jason
      SINSPEED
      (GOOGLE TRANSLATE)

      Reply
  22. Ray Turner

    Hi Barry
    My daughters 2007 Vauxhall Astra 1.9 CDTI has an ESP fault.Can you send me a price on a repair and how I would go about sending it to you.
    Cheers
    Ray

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Ray

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We’ve sent you a quick email with full pricing and repair information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  23. Eric

    Hi There
    My car is a 56 plate Skoda 2.0 Vrs PD170
    The code for the unit is 1K0614517AF
    How much to replace / repair please.
    Many Thanks
    Eric

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Eric

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We’ve got this unit in stock. I’ve sent you a quick email with prices to repair your own unit and replace with an exchange unit from our stock and additional fitting quotes if required.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Julieanne

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We would need more specific information to give an accurate quote, however based on the common problems fond with the 2006 VW Golf ABS units we have sent you a quick email with an estimated quotation to repair your part. We also have exchange units available in stock if you urgently require replacing the unit.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  24. Chris newton

    I have a seat leon fr fault ( Brake pressure sensor 059b )
    Can you fix if so how much

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Chris

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      We’ve sent you an email with full pricing and repair information for your Seat Leon FR brake pressure sensor fault.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  25. rey

    I have a ’10 Suzuki Grand Vitara with the ESP issue. Can you please send me the price for fixing this and procedure of sending faulty unit over to you.

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Rey

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I’ve sent you an email just now with full pricing and repair information along with all details needed regarding the ESP fault on your Suzuki Grand Vitara. If you have any further enquiries, please respond to the email.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  26. Egon

    Hello,

    I have faulty ABS module, ESP signal light is on, car is 2006 Ford Focus C-max and abs module part code is 10.0960-0119.3. What is the price for spare part?

    BG

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Egon

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We have the parts in stock to rectify the issue you’re having with your Ford Focus C-Max ABS Pump and I’ve sent you an email with full pricing and repair information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  27. Tim Chappell

    Hi, We dropped our VW Eos 2007 car off to the local garage on Friday morning for them to fit 2 new front tyres. On collection – the ABS and ESP lights in yellow came up. The mechanics said this morning that it is a ‘ well it can happen suddenly’ comment! I am rather suspicious – should I be – they have quoted a VW ABS repair kit for £200?
    Thanks
    Tim

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Tim

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      If it is the brake pressure sensor fault (G201) then yes it can happen at any time and will not have been caused by the change of tyres. If it’s tyre pressure monitoring sensors or wheel speed sensors then this could be related to the changing of tyres and your fault code will tell you which side and which wheel is affected. Get the fault codes read and if it is a G201 pressure sensor fault then come back to us and we can quote you for the replacement part.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
      1. Tim Chappell

        Thank you for your advice . The car was transferred to an electronics diagnostic centre because after replacing the pump – the fault was still present. The whole problem was caused by the Pump only getting 6.3v input instead of 12v, this was a fusebox cover problem namely that a clip was resting on 2 fuses causing a short, one cause apparently could be the chassis flexing when tyres are changed. A design fault I say irrespective of the age of the vehicle but VW have said that what do you expect with a 7 year old car? It seems that my final bill will be nearer to £1,000 ! Just thought that others should be aware!

        Reply
        1. Jason Post author

          Hi Tim

          I’m very sorry to hear of the troubles you’ve had and the response you received from VW. I guess it’s hard to prove it being a design fault if it is that but glad you’ve solved the root cause of the failure. This will certainly help our customers investigate their own ABS issues as well and hopefully save others a lot of time and money.

          Kind Regards

          Jason
          SINSPEED

          Reply
  28. maurice o'connor

    A4 S line 2.0 TDI 170 2009 abs / esp indicators illuminated , also parking brake symbol with line through it illuminates ,information panel says consult handbook , can your repair sort this out?
    If so what cost , I am mechanic fixing this car.

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Maurice

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We’ve seen loads of these units and have been able to successfully test and repair them. I’ve sent you an email just now with full pricing and repair information along with turnaround times.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  29. kirstie

    I have a 2006 vw golf 1.4fsi currently showing fault code 01435 brake pressure sensor 1 (G201) also have ESP light on with an unresponding switch could you email me pricing please

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Kirstie

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I’ve sent you an email with full pricing and information including our fitting service if required.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  30. Saf

    Hi, I have a vw Passat 1.9tdi 2004. The esp light occasionally flickers which causes the car to jolt a little whilst driving, then the light goes solid and the jolting stops, it seems to occur when there is excessive weight or movement by people sitting on the back seats. Also when I approach a junction at slow speed and apply the brakes, it appears like the wheels are locking up, no abs light comes on but has done in the past. I have had this problem for about a year .

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hello Saf

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I would first recommend checking for any stored / historical fault codes that might help identify where the fault is. If you get a code pointing to the Off-Side Rear wheel sensor then check the wheel speed sensor, ABS rings, wheel bearing and wiring for that sensor as the fault will most likely be there. If there are no codes stored then check all 4 wheels before suspecting the ABS pump.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  31. Russ Wilson

    I have both warning lights on dash board. How much to fix faults with ESP unit? Russ

    Reply
    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Russ

      Thanks for your enquiry,

      Price varies depending on the vehicle so we need to know what vehicle you have and if you have a fault code to confirm it is the same fault we’ve mentioned that would help. We’ve sent you an email requesting further information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  32. Svetlin

    Hi,
    Two weeks ago I have noticed that the brake pedal on my MK Golf 5 2007 was very hard when pressed. Soon after the ABS/ESP lights has started lighting continuously. The ESP has no effect when pressed. I haven’t had the cod read yet and wonder if it is the same Brake Pressure Sensor you have explained above. Can you please send me the price for fixing this. Thanks,

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    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Svetlin

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      The Brake Pressure Sensor does not normally affect the braking pedal and does not normally make it go hard or soft. I would recommend having the codes read first.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

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  33. sorin

    hi I have audi 3 2.0.0tdi 2005
    esp light it’s on
    error codes 01435 .brake pressure sensor 1

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    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Sorin

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We’ve got replacement units on the shelf and can also rebuild your own unit. We’ve sent you an email with full pricing and information.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  34. hasan

    hi there i have this problem as eps light is on and i had brake prusser sensor fult with code G201
    its for seat toledo 2005 please if you could let me knew how much it will cost me to fix the with you
    regards

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    1. Jason Post author

      Hi Hasan,

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I’ve sent you an email with full pricing and information including our fitting service if required.

      Kind Regards

      Jason
      SINSPEED

      Reply
  35. admin Post author

    Hi Barry,

    In all honesty we have not approached the AA or any other 3rd party company. These companies will always prefer customers to use main-dealer parts as they are the original parts manufactured to of course OE specification and it would be a lot more work for them to monitor the quality of products produced by other companies if they began outsourcing.

    Unfortunately if you decide to go through the insurance then you will have to have it replaced with a new part only which again, could fail in the near future.

    However, please supply us with the part number from your unit, we can in most cases supply a unit at a fraction of the cost.

    Kind Regards,
    Tech Team
    Sinspeed Ltd

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  36. admin Post author

    Hi Barry,

    Okay if you've got to pay the difference from your pocket (being £700 in this case) then we can definitely save you money. Even our most expensive off-the-shelf units are not that expensive. Email us a part number and I'll give you a quote.

    You're more than welcome to offer our solution to the AA and we'd be more than happy to discuss the matter in further detail with them.

    Kind Regards,
    Tech Team
    Sinspeed Ltd

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