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      10-24-2009, 04:51 PM   #45
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OK - let's get rid of the myths and stick to facts.

Your '06 does not use sensors or anything in the wheels.
Odd, my 06 330i must be unique as I have TPMS.
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understand that having aftermarket wheels/tires will not void your "warranty" unless it screws something up with the braking system and/or steering. in the event of such a situation, BMW, under law, MUST prove that aftermarket wheels/tires were the sole cause of the problem, otherwise they cannot legally null your warranty.
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      10-24-2009, 08:52 PM   #47
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Odd, my 06 330i must be unique as I have TPMS.
You are in Canada and you have sensors in the wheels? From the factory? Are you sure?

All Canadian vehicles that have TPMS use the indirect method, where the rolling diameter is what triggers an alert - your wheels won't have sensors built in unless you added them.
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      10-24-2009, 08:54 PM   #48
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understand that having aftermarket wheels/tires will not void your "warranty" unless it screws something up with the braking system and/or steering. in the event of such a situation, BMW, under law, MUST prove that aftermarket wheels/tires were the sole cause of the problem, otherwise they cannot legally null your warranty.
Please read my post (#28) on the second page of this thread. Thereafter, feel free to amend your incorrect posting.
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happened to my 325d e90 too!

thank you!! this happened to my manufactured 2006 month 9 bmw 325 e90 after changing winter tyres... AND

first BMW did the calibration thing wrong (like in your case) then BMW programmer did it different way and no error codes anymore!!! still
costs 80 !!!!! wtf!!!! simply push the calibrate button costs this much!!!!

will look a device that i can do the calibration myself...
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      10-18-2010, 08:59 AM   #50
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WRONG!! I called BMW roadside assist(twice to 2 different people) and they clearly informed me that whether you have runflats or not, a tow truck at the expense of BMW will come and assist you if you have a flat. Period. Let's lay this myth to rest. Even my local BMW dealer said roadside would come but I'd have to pay for it. NOT TRUE according to BMW roadside assistance.

I recently bought 4 dunlop winter sport 3d but on stock sizes for my 325xi.(205/55/r16) I plan though to have them installed at the dealership.
Did I say anything about roadside assistance?
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      10-19-2017, 02:03 PM   #51
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Run flat tires replaced with Non Run Flat, now new error codes pop up

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Hey everyone, I'm new to E90post so hello all

I did a quick search, but couldn't find the specific answer I'm looking for so I apologize in advance if this has been beaten to death or posted a million times.

So a couple days ago I replaced my bald, worn out Bridgestone Potenza RE050A runflats with some non-runflat Sumitomo's. Everything was fine for about a day, no lights, no errors, nothing. Then the next morning, about halfway to work, I got a few different yellow notification errors, the DSC turned off, and the "brake" light illuminated yellow.

Did some research on here and found their definitions. They are:

CC-24 = DSC Failed. DBC failed. No additional assistance when braking.
CC-35 = DSC Failed. Restricted driving stability when accelerating and cornering.
CC-354 = Start off Assistance inactive. Vehicle may roll backwards.
CC-50 = Tire Failure Indicator Failed. Tire Failure cannot be detected.


So I took it back to BigBrand, where I had the tires installed, and they called the dealership (Steve Thomas, Camarillo CA, where I get all the service done and the car is under warranty with) and they told me they couldn't "reset it" and that I could take it to the dealership but that I would have to pay for them to "reset the wheel speed sensor." After they found out I switched from run flat tires, they said that this was the cause of my problems.

That is obviously false, as the car will intermitantly start without any of those error codes. Then after a while it will fail and all of those codes will come back.

So my questions are:
Can I reset this myself somehow?
Are E90 325's capable of running non-runflats? Hopefully this is as ridiculous a question as it sounds...
Does running non-runflat tires void the warranty?

Thanks for the information guys
All the errors indicated, it is Steering Wheel Sensor failed, see this link to fix, just clean it.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=520467
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