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      08-31-2012, 01:45 AM   #463
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Update on the CCC retrofits. Just filling in a couple of part numbers there were not listed on boosted's PDF.

Controller Harness (61138380696)
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...61&fg=15&hl=12

CID Harness (61136954526)
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...5&fg=50&hl=118

12 pin housing 61131383736

Looks like the CID harness might not be what we need since its a 8pin instead of 12pin so I can be totally wrong. Someone please chime in if they have the info.
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      08-31-2012, 02:04 PM   #464
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Update on the CCC retrofits. Just filling in a couple of part numbers there were not listed on boosted's PDF.

Controller Harness (61138380696)
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...61&fg=15&hl=12

CID Harness (61136954526)
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...5&fg=50&hl=118

12 pin housing 61131383736

Looks like the CID harness might not be what we need since its a 8pin instead of 12pin so I can be totally wrong. Someone please chime in if they have the info.
8 pin housing for CID 61136954526
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...54&hg=65&fg=50

see under 04
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      08-31-2012, 02:29 PM   #465
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Update on the CCC retrofits. Just filling in a couple of part numbers there were not listed on boosted's PDF.

Controller Harness (61138380696)
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...61&fg=15&hl=12

CID Harness (61136954526)
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...5&fg=50&hl=118

12 pin housing 61131383736

Looks like the CID harness might not be what we need since its a 8pin instead of 12pin so I can be totally wrong. Someone please chime in if they have the info.
8 pin housing for CID 61136954526
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...54&hg=65&fg=50

see under 04

I ended up ordering both. Let see if it'll work.
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I am working on an update, in a DIY thread here:

www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=718542

61131383736 is the correct one.
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      08-31-2012, 03:14 PM   #467
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I am working on an update, in a DIY thread here:

www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=718542

61131383736 is the correct one.
The above part number is correct if fitting monitor for the old CCC unit. You need the 8 pin socket if fitting a HD monitor for the newer CIC unit as mention above.
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I am working on an update, in a DIY thread here:

www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=718542

61131383736 is the correct one.
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The above part number is correct if fitting monitor for the old CCC unit. You need the 8 pin socket if fitting a HD monitor for the newer CIC unit as mention above.
So the 12 pin harness should be good to go.
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Hello all;

What is the part number of cooling tube? I can't find it.

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i am planning to buy a 2010 bmw 328i e92 as a parts car and it has the navi in it, if anyone wants to do this retrofit, let me know and ill give you a good deal on all the parts that you need, the dash is black.
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I'm confused is there a parts list to get this done. Trying to work out the cost if I get parts used.

What would I need besides the controller, head unit, screen and navi dashboard?
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hiya does any one know how to code the idrive system (ccc). i retrofitted the ccc to my 2008 e93. so far i added 609 620 6UH and removed 663. i default back to factory setting on the cappl module. is there anything i missing. also the cd player is not regoniseing any audio cds i don't know if i need to add or edit anything in any of the modules. one last problem i,m have is my front PDC is not doing and beeps i can see in the i drive but no sound only on the front PDC. Back PDC is fine making beeps working ok. please help as i am really stuck pulling out all my hair lol. thanks in advance
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Help Please

Hello;

My car is 2006 E90 320i Non i-dirive.I bougt all parts without ccc unit and installed.

I connected the i-drive controller like that for try it;

Pin 1:Power to Pin #3 of connector x11003 at back of fuse box
Pin 2:Ground to near gearbox
Pin 3:Not connected
Pin 4:Not Connected

I checked the cable voltage is 12v and ground is working but button lights not working

Do you have any idea for fix the problem
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I'm confused is there a parts list to get this done. Trying to work out the cost if I get parts used.

What would I need besides the controller, head unit, screen and navi dashboard?
you would need this

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=938641
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i am in process of retrofitting to CIC. so if you interested i will have all the CCC components, and will let go for very very cheap. planning on doing this in few weeks. already have deposit on my CIC components email me if interested
parts that would be included for sure are
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I retrofitted the E90 CIC system into 1996 E36 and it all works.
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I retrofitted the E90 CIC system into 1996 E36 and it all works.
how did you do that? also putting the E90 dash to your E36?
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Well, I spent half the day today trying to get idrive programmed. No good news. The tech (who spent a lot of time and who I believe honestly wants this to work) was unable to get program manager (progman) to talk to the CCC. Based on the VIN on my car, progman was looking for M-Ask, not CCC. The "retrofit" program (business to professional), as much as I had hoped, did not work in this case. He attempted connecting several times, and did some other out-of-the-way procedure whose name escapes me, to no avail. Without the "gateway" (CCC, or in my case, the RAD2 radio) responding to progman, the system stops and won't program anything. It was still a little unclear if my CCC (of UK origin) was at fault, but I think we believe it has more to due with the car not being built with the module than the module itself. I have a couple of printouts that show the sheer complexity of the systems, the engineering, and fault diagnosis. Amazingly, there is a fault stored for the CCC fan not working (which I hadn't even hooked up for this programming since the CCC wasn't installed in the dash.)

His next suggestion was to have a new "vehicle order" created by BMW engineers to reflect the change of equipment in the car. Evidently, this is done commonly for other retrofits, when tech's have problems, or systems go haywire, however, it is out of the norm for a technician to accomplish and cannot be done solely at the dealership level.

Game's not over for the retrofit, but this is not a simple programming "update" or retrofit as most had hoped or thought. I will be talking to a few other people (in the know) regarding this and keep everyone updated on the progress.

Frustrating though, since this thing works like 75%. (Things not working: all audio, all telephony/bluetooth/SOS-assist, traffic info.)
Everything else works perfectly...steering wheel controls, satnav, vent controls, controller, CID, trip computer, date/time, etc...

Let me if anyone has programming suggestions or other ideas....


I encountered different problems:

my car is 2009 model 330d sedan, without idrive, I got all idrive parts from a 2006 model 325i coupe, I've done all hardware installation: get dash replaced, get the radio professional replaced with the CCC and also installed the idrive nob. and also a third part GPS antenna, so far:

things working: radio, CD player, steering wheel controls; vent controls, controller, CID, date/time;
things not working: satnav; usb audio input; aux input; all telephony/bluetooth...

I believe a reprogramming job needs to be done to make satnav and aux input to work, but don't know how to do it yet...
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I am about to embark on this similar project (latest NBT system actually) on a non-iDrive 2008. What is the absolute minimum that must be on-hand and ready to install while the dash pad is completely removed?

I'm still in the process of collecting all the parts necessary, but would like to pre-plan which parts to prioritize and custom-build (if necessary) in advance so that I can limit the down-time of the car with the dash pad off. This will allow the car to be at least drivable while I take my time installing the rest of the "non-essential" (i.e. not needed for drivability) components.
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I am about to embark on this similar project (latest NBT system actually) on a non-iDrive 2008. What is the absolute minimum that must be on-hand and ready to install while the dash pad is completely removed?

I'm still in the process of collecting all the parts necessary, but would like to pre-plan which parts to prioritize and custom-build (if necessary) in advance so that I can limit the down-time of the car with the dash pad off. This will allow the car to be at least drivable while I take my time installing the rest of the "non-essential" (i.e. not needed for drivability) components.
I am actually doing this process myself. Just started gathering a list of stuff I will need and the necessary info. I'm however in no rush to have it done as I want to make sure everything is good and set in my possession to have it done. I'm def down to share my findings.
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Let me know how it goes.

I've been looking for a reasonably priced, mint condition "double scoop" dash for the past 6 months with no joy; I don't want to spend beaucoup bucks for the NBT system only to have it languish on the side (the hardware adapter is still undergoing developmental testing anyways), but I could be waiting forever or next week before I find an acceptable used one (I have one lead in NorCal that I will take a look at in next week).

I will keep waiting for a couple months more before biting the bullet and buying a brand new one ($930 shipped).
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I'm NOT kidding about anything about this topic. I am technically inclined (I changed one car of mine from an automatic to 5-spd) ...goal oriented, and hey, if I can get it done for less than the $2100 option, I gotta try!
Anything is possible. I retrofitted few non- nav to complete nav systems on E38. Recently I did my E92 from CCC to CIC this one was just replacing parts so don't count.
The dash just has lots of wires but difference is nav dash has room for screen. All wires same. Just make sure you run all cables before installing. Cables like iDrive to center console and from media to screen.
Also take your time. Like the saying goes measure twice cut once.
Good luck. When we do these things we appreciate our cars more. Never purchased new car but little by little my cars have latest equipment by retrofitting. E38, E46 & E92
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I am actually doing this process myself. Just started gathering a list of stuff I will need and the necessary info. I'm however in no rush to have it done as I want to make sure everything is good and set in my possession to have it done. I'm def down to share my findings.
Also, let me how you tap the CIC controller power lead to junction X9331 (driver's footwell). The DIY install pdf doesn't mention how it physically connects at X9331: Was it a simple common snap-on wire tap? Was it an OEM pin that plugs into an empty spot? And which pin on X9331?
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