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      08-27-2009, 05:26 PM   #1
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Fault code cc-id 71 help pls

Hello, Getting cc-id 71 code today, done a search on here and its brake pad related, does anyone know if it can be cleared easily? rear pads are new but indicator needs resetting, fronts look about half worn?
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oh and getting the red lift service symbol on dash
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      08-28-2009, 11:34 AM   #2
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OK had it code scanned and coming up with rear brake pad wear indicator faulty, had a visual look and seems ok- anyone had this problem? If you look on the dashboard for the rear disc pads it says miles---------- so it looks like the sensor for the brake pads has got a fault.
Looks like will have to go to dealer.
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      08-28-2009, 11:50 AM   #3
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Its the rear brake pad sensor for sure, just replace it and it should go away...
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OK after doing some research on here and net, it would seem that when I tried to manually reset the brake pad wear indicator-new pads fitted by supplying dealer before I collected car (it was down to 9000 miles) I have tripped this warning light into action ( red car on lift and parking brake warning light on)
What I can't understand is why the sensor needs repalacing.....it has no wear on it, the pads were changed before the sensor hit the brake disc. ? Is this a money spinning thing for BMW or is it a faulty sensor???

Oh dear, the front brake pads indicator is also showing 9000 miles. Will this need a new wear indicator as well???? This seems like over the top to me.
Anyone confirm this for me before I contact supplying garage to complain.???
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OK resolved now. Sensor was worn. Took some pictures will post up later.
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OK resolved now. Sensor was worn. Took some pictures will post up later.
Wonderful, look fwd to the pics.
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I just replaced my rear sensor for the same reason. It cost $20 at Advanced auto for the part and about 1 hr of my time to replace it.
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Hello, Getting cc-id 71 code today, done a search on here and its brake pad related, does anyone know if it can be cleared easily? rear pads are new but indicator needs resetting, fronts look about half worn?
any help appreciated
oh and getting the red lift service symbol on dash
thanks
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OK had it code scanned and coming up with rear brake pad wear indicator faulty, had a visual look and seems ok- anyone had this problem? If you look on the dashboard for the rear disc pads it says miles---------- so it looks like the sensor for the brake pads has got a fault.
Looks like will have to go to dealer.
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OK after doing some research on here and net, it would seem that when I tried to manually reset the brake pad wear indicator-new pads fitted by supplying dealer before I collected car (it was down to 9000 miles) I have tripped this warning light into action ( red car on lift and parking brake warning light on)
What I can't understand is why the sensor needs repalacing.....it has no wear on it, the pads were changed before the sensor hit the brake disc. ? Is this a money spinning thing for BMW or is it a faulty sensor???

Oh dear, the front brake pads indicator is also showing 9000 miles. Will this need a new wear indicator as well???? This seems like over the top to me.
Anyone confirm this for me before I contact supplying garage to complain.???
Thanks
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OK resolved now. Sensor was worn. Took some pictures will post up later.
The OP is having his very own personal forum with himself!
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Thats what I thought

But he is also very considerate for giving us up-dated information on the problem.

May help others in the future.
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LOL I got carried away !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Lets see a pic of the [worn] sensor!
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I already posted a load of pics in another thread all about replacing the sensor
its somewhere on here
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OK resolved now. Sensor was worn. Took some pictures will post up later.
Please!!!! I have the same problem in my 118d and I can't know what it is!!!!
I change the front and rear pads, with the original witnesses but the red light persists.
Could U tell me how I can solve this please????!!!! I don't know the meaning of the error code CC-ID 71.

Thank you so much!!
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hey got a question for you..........
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OK resolved now. Sensor was worn. Took some pictures will post up later.
before i write a question thats a book i wan to make sure you still check this site.....
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Front Sensor

On my 2006 330i, it was the front sensor.

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OK had it code scanned and coming up with rear brake pad wear indicator faulty, had a visual look and seems ok- anyone had this problem? If you look on the dashboard for the rear disc pads it says miles---------- so it looks like the sensor for the brake pads has got a fault.
Looks like will have to go to dealer.
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2006 325i cc-id 71 error

Hi guys,

I replace my rotors, pads and sensors and the brake symbol still exist. Will this go away in time or does anybody have steps to reset this error. I searched google and couldn't find anything.

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Hi guys,

I replace my rotors, pads and sensors and the brake symbol still exist. Will this go away in time or does anybody have steps to reset this error. I searched google and couldn't find anything.

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It wont go away by itself.
Try this:
1. with engine running
2. press and hold odometer
3. service light will appear (yellow triangle)
4. while still pressing odometer press the BC button on the turn signal stalk
5. navigate to desired reset function such as brakes by pressing the BC button
6. to reset, press and hold BC button
7. a rotating hand of a clock will appear
8. press BC button again and a check mark in a box will appear
9. turn off/on engine to confirm that indicator light has been reset.

If it wont work, at step 6 try a double press instead of holding it.

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It wont go away by itself.
Try this:
1. with engine running
2. press and hold odometer
3. service light will appear (yellow triangle)
4. while still pressing odometer press the BC button on the turn signal stalk
5. navigate to desired reset function such as brakes by pressing the BC button
6. to reset, press and hold BC button
7. a rotating hand of a clock will appear
8. press BC button again and a check mark in a box will appear
9. turn off/on engine to confirm that indicator light has been reset.

If it wont work, at step 6 try a double press instead of holding it.

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Just as a general rule of thumb, you should always replace the wear sensor with every brake job. They're cheap, easy to change, and help ensure you won't have to rip the brakes apart again when you get an error a week after your brake job, lol
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