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      01-26-2017, 08:44 AM   #1
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CC ID codes help?

I'm aware of the search function on here but was wondering if anyone has had this group of lights turn on at the same time? I dropped off the car with no lights at a guys house to get the car battery housing welded but when I picked it up, I had these lights on

CCID-24,42,50,354


Any ideas? Hoping it's not the water pump
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      01-26-2017, 12:26 PM   #2
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Dynamic Stability Control
DSC 24 DBC Dynamic Brake Control Brake Assist Failed
DSC 35 DSC Failed
DSC 36 DSC/DTC Deactivated
DSC 42 DSC Control System/Ride Height adjustment
DSC 50 Runflat Indicator Failed
DSC 63 Tyre Failure
DSC 71 Brake Pads Worn
DSC 74 Brake Fluid Low
DSC 184 Dynamic Traction Control Active
DSC 215 Dynamic Stability Control
DSC 236 Brake and Stability Systems Failure
DSC 237 Stability Systems Failure
DSC 328 Brake Pad Wear Sensor
DSC 330 Hill Decent Control not Available
DSC 331 Hill Decent Control Active
DSC 332 Hill Decent Control Deactivated
DSC 333 Hill Decent Control not Possible
DSC 334 Run Flat System Requires Standardisation
DSC 336 Dynamic Stability Control
DSC 352 Brakes Too Hot
DSC 353 Brakes Overheated
DSC 354 Start Assist Inactive
DSC 364 RPA Initialisation
DSC 382 DSC Restricted, Brake Pressure Sensor
DSC 384 DSC Puncture Detected
DSC 431 Brake Loading Too High
DSC 608 Tyre Pressure Loss, Front Left
DSC 609 Tyre Pressure Loss, Front Right
DSC 610 Tyre Pressure Loss, Rear Right
DSC 611 Tyre Pressure Loss, Rear Left
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Dude I know wha they mean but I'm sure they can't all go out at once naturally
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Well think about it. What do they all have in common. Clearly not a water pump.

You're the guy whose battery ate a hole through the battery tray, right? And then you had some guy weld it. Oh! Then you've got 4 fault codes. You have 2 run flat faults, a DSC ground clearance fault and a dynamic brake fault. Hmm...I dunno dude, maybe look around where the guy welded and see if he cooked your ABS wiring. Or maybe something is disconnected over the rear axle.

In any troubleshooting, especially after having some work done, you need to look for the obvious. In this case the four faults are all controlled by the DSC module. And they all appeared after the battery incident repair. Look in the area where the work was performed. I 'lol bet you'll find something under the car disconnected.

Basically your car is saying, "I don't know what your tire pressures are. I'm sagging too low on one corner, and because of this I'm not going to brake properly." So, re-initialize the TPMS system in the Idrive or in the instrument cluster if you don't have Idrive. Look under the car around the rear axle at wiring and connectors. An ABS sensor wire could create the DBC fault or the ground clearance setup.

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