Having fixed my power steering a few weeks ago I was driving the car around this weekend.
All of a sudden error#1 popped up, BCM-0020 Wheel sensor, right front Faulty signal.
ABS and traction control lights are both on even after a restart and drive of the car.
While driving it to see if the ABS error would go away I got some more errors. The screen in the car now says:
ABS / Anti-Skid Service Required (Likely the BCM-0020)
DTSC Spin Control Off (Likely BCM-0020 as well)
BLIS Reduced Function (Cleaned the lenses... no difference)
Headlamp Failure Service Required (When in "active bending" mode the green indicator led flashes)
I don't think I fully understand how to clear all the codes and kind of reset the system. Some of these old inactive codes are from powering the car without a headlight or letting the battery get low while using VIDA. I now make sure to plug in a 8A or 12A charger while using the DICE/Vida setup.
ABS I ordered a $20 sensor to see if that fixes the issue (based on using the FORD part number instead of Volvo mentioned here in the forums).
BLIS I don't really care about right now... maybe I need to drive it on the road with other cars for it to start working after cleaning the lenses.
Headlights, I have the active bending xenons. I noticed both lights turn on but the driver side either seems pointed too low or perhaps is somehow dimmer than the rest. High beams seem fine. I am not sure if there should be a code if one of the motors goes bad? Based on the codes below it seems more like a communication issue rather than a hardware fault in the motors? The other problem is based on freeze frame data, I think these codes may be old and from when I powered the car up with the passenger headlight.
BCM-0020 Wheel sensor, right front Faulty signal - ACTIVE
BCM-0115 Communication between control units Communicational problems
HCM-2287 Control module Communication fault - ACTIVE
HCM-2987 Control module Communication fault
HCM-DD11 LIN Communication fault
Other interesting codes:
ECM-618C Exhaust camshaft control during cold start