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2003 X5 Electrical Problems

Hi...new to this forum.. Master tech in Ohio (brrrr!!!)..I work on everything from military 2 1/2 tons to Diesel pusher RVS... and everything in between... I recently acquired a 2003 X5 3.0L...had bad thermostat but car dealership was afraid it may be a head gasket... So I purchased it as it was a very good deal...Replaced the thermostat and over heating issues went away.. Hurray !!! then came the mysterious coolant leak...pressure test revealed the reservoir leaking at molding line...replaced reservoir...all good again hurray!!!...another mysterious leak.... found coolant tubes under intake leaking....replaced both coolant tubes... hurray!!! coolant leak fixed... now have intermittent exhaust cam sensor code...replaced sensor... still has code... Then around Christmas time... it thought it was a Christmas tree...Everything lite up on dash...red brake warning light.. yellow brake warning light.. yellow circle with a yellow triangle (traction) warning light.. the speedometer started working intermittently - goes from 0 to correct speed then back to zero... there is a code for the left front speed sensor... there are some other codes also... OXBD (189), OXOE (14), OX5A (90), OX21 (33), OXBD (189), OXBC (188), OX68 (104), OX78 (128), OX12 (18), Also the brake tail lights stays on intermittently.... then it just developed another odd trick...driving down the road with your foot steady on the gas it cuts out as if running out of gas... then you move the accelerator pedal and comes back to speed... then drive a few miles or feet and it does it again...I am a certified master tech...but haven't done a lot of work on BMWs...not afraid to get my hands dirty.. but my gut says all these issues could possibly be related and/or common to these vehicles....thanks for any insight you guys/gals can provide would be greatly appreciated.... God Bless.....terry
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