Update time, not sure why its ok to read some codes with Elm/Torque and not others, but as stated it was already too late..
Just to be safe i thought i would plug the new sensor in before even removing the old one “Bingo” warning light went out
Great, jacked it up, on axel stands, wheel off and dig out my tools, small ratchet on the sensor bolt, 1/4 turn and “Snap” the bolt sheered, i wasnt even putting much pressure on it, then the sensor wouldn't come out, apply brute force to a drift and it breaks up ;( drifted as much out as i could then cleaned the hole up with a drill, inserted the new sensor in the hole and it fitted nice and snug, good.
Caliper off, disk off hub off and started applying plus gas to the remainder of the bolt, took the hub to my cousins today (her husband runs his own engineering firm) he didnt want to try to extract the remainder of the bolt but milled a hole straight through the hub, i agreed as there was lots of room inside so the sensor is now bolted in place (sure its more hassle if it goes again but so be it), home with the bits and started putting it all back together (another 5 min job right, i wish).
I need to wind the piston back in but couldnt find my rewind tool, cleaned up and called it a day, apparently the tool is at my brother in laws, the wife will get it tomorrow and i should have it back up and running again, on the bright side the sensor is in place and the light is out, never trust a 10 minute job...