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F11 525d DDE Error Code 0x260100

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So my newly acquired 525d (2.0, 2013) is showing one error code, which I've read using INPA and Ediabas. The Ediabas code reads 0x260100 - Exhaust Temperature Sensor after EGR Cooler, Signal intermittent or short circuit to Plus (P040D).

Looking at RealOEM I can see 3 exhaust gas temperature sensors, one near/on the mainfold (?) one on top of the DPF & one lower down. This is the DPF on RealOEM: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=XB32-EUR-02-2013-F11-BMW-525d&diagId=13_1494

So parts 10, 13 and 14 are temperature sensors, with part 14 being the one furthest upstream. What are people's thoughts?

Many thanks.

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Done that, cleared everything & started afresh & this is the only recurring one. It looks like the temp sensor near the EGR on the inlet manifold, so I'll replace it in a couple of weeks (away with work currently).

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The only diagnostics I've done is using Ediabas to read codes. No other diagnostics though. NewTIS gives some info about reading resistance levels, and I suppose now I'm into reading them for all the temperature sensors, not just the one I've changed.

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I never got it sorted - I just lived with it. I've driven around for the last 2 years with a temperature sensor in the glovebox ready to install Part 10 from the original diagram above), but have never installed it. It may be the right sensor, it may not.

The car runs fine, EGR cooler recall done last year, good MPG etc, so I've left it alone!

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I believe part 14 to be the correct one; I'll do a continuity check between the sensor and the ECU at some stage as it could be a wire break (I've seen that on a BMW previously).

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