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      01-14-2019, 05:07 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by wdeerfield View Post
from what i've learned, bmw needs to see the signal drop (disconnected) and a new sensor (or even the old one) reconnected to complete the loop. Try disconnecting the sensor from the terminal box again and connecting again. Dielectric grease may help to ensure a positive connection.
Appreciate the suggestion. I have attempted this and even did the same with an additional new OEM sensor, both with ignition on and off. I had seen someone suggest this in another thread and it did work for some, it is certainly worth a shot before biting the OBD Scanner bullet.

I'm at the end of my rope with this so I just ordered an NT510 today, I'll update the thread if it solves it. Good luck to everyone else.
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