There is a known fault about the nox sensor wiring chaffing on the rear of the gearbox on Ml’s, that would bring up a nox fault but the problem is that you still can do an update, maybe not needed yet, but when a sensor fails it sounds like you’ll be in for a pair.
Unfortunately the Star system knows what sensors are fitted to the car, if they are the old type, it will not allow the update to proceed as the old sensors are not compatible. Sometimes you have to change the cars data card to have 30o code too.
If a customer pays for a diagnosis, they will get the print out. Regular customers do not have to pay for diagnostics, this is to deter other garages who haven’t invested in Star machines getting a free diagnosis.
We don’t have to sell our services, an initial diagnosis print out and the...
I would have gone with the first garage, very common fault and second garage just had you fro brake pads without diagnosing the fault. Brake wear will not cause an abs fault.
Why didn’t you trust the first diagnosis? as the second one has replaced parts that have nothing to do with original fault.
The release “holes” can only work when the key is turned to position 1. That goes for all the ign theft locks. Keep trying to wiggle key, the tumbler section of barrel snaps and moves away from inserted key, so it thinks wrong key is inserted.
Ok that pic is of the operating quadrant and clearly shows it operated in the on position. Follow the cable to the centre of car, above rear prop, I think there’s a toothed snail cam that needs to be turned to slacken the cables and the quadrants released.
The spring retainers will allow the shoes to move, if the adjuster is slackened right off, and the disc still doesn’t fit, you may need to reset (assembly position ) the self adjusting cable mechanism, adjust the shoes to disc and then release mechanism.