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ASR light from the bord is on after a few meters of moving. Stays permanently !

Please help me with a solution. Where I have to start the search ?

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Get your fault codes read, post the error code and someone will help you.

I'd suggest a wheel speed sensor might be at fault, but worth getting codes read before attempting to replace anything
 

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I will come back after I will have the error code.
I have scanned ECU engine with Fiatecuscan and it tells me nothing about this error with an ELM327 cable.
Maybe I have to scan ABS / ASR system. I need a VAGCOM cable, I suppose.
 
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These errors are usually totally false. The problem is down to a low battery output. Changing the battery often fixes it and is far cheaper than taking it in for an hour or even half hours labour!
 

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I have the error till september when the weather was warm.
I know that when is icy the led is light and blinking when the stability is poor, but now the led is staying all the time on.
 

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I have read the error for ASR with an advanced soft - autocom

Error codes: 0052 - control module, intermitent, internal fault
0032 - wheel LR sensor, mechanical error, present

Also I have read some electrical errors: DF122, DF031, DF001
 

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I am back again.

Where are the sensors for ASR ? Are the same sensors as ABS ? Do you have a draw for these sensor ?

ABS is ok, no fault, no light. I have to mentioned that I have change the front ABS sensor from an older version of Alfa Romeo - made in 1997. Mine is from 2002. Could be an uncompatible ?

The battery has over 13V voltage, so it is not the battery. I don't know where to check for fix these electrical errors: DF122, DF031, DF001

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ASR & ABS sesnors are one in the same. if the connections are the same type they are compatible

if the tracking is out, or the steering wheel is not at the 6 o'clock position when travelling in a stright line, then the ASR will be disabled.
 
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