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      03-17-2019, 12:13 AM   #1
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CCC drive swap Question

Ok so long story short my CCC drive just took a toll on me. The knob spins freely, I get no audio at all, and the best part is that the idrive does not even turn on anymore. I had to disconnect the amp because it was draining my battery :/ .

SO my question is, I'm in the works of shopping for a used CCC drive and wanted to know if I can swap from an 07 335i e92 CCC(the broken) to a used 2008 335i e90 CCC(Used). I know coding will be involved. But I wanted to know if it was possible. Both CCC drive has different faceplates but the back looks identical(connectors etc) Thanks!!!
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perhaps you should see the idrive and coding sub forums.
I would compare part no's to make sure they are both ccc.

Coding might be easier than you think . If you are lucky you
can default code from the VO or if your real lucky the donor
car has identical options.
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perhaps you should see the idrive and coding sub forums.
I would compare part no's to make sure they are both ccc.

Coding might be easier than you think . If you are lucky you
can default code from the VO or if your real lucky the donor
car has identical options.
the coding would be the easy part, but im having 2nd thoughts on the fitment. they are both CCC .
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the coding would be the easy part, but im having 2nd thoughts on the fitment. they are both CCC .
The donor one is a post 03/07 CCC which is the best CCC version. You will need a new $25 trim piece around the new CCC.

Keep in mind if you are paying more than $150 for a CCC you are paying way too much.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Audio-Equip...d=123606768769
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The donor one is a post 03/07 CCC which is the best CCC version. You will need a new $25 trim piece around the new CCC.

Keep in mind if you are paying more than $150 for a CCC you are paying way too much.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Audio-Equip...d=123606768769
Thank you so much man !! i was so depressed not have music. !!!
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The donor one is a post 03/07 CCC which is the best CCC version. You will need a new $25 trim piece around the new CCC.

Keep in mind if you are paying more than $150 for a CCC you are paying way too much.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Audio-Equip...d=123606768769
i try looking for a coding post but can only find of a retrofit ccc to cic.
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i try looking for a coding post but can only find of a retrofit ccc to cic.
All you need to do is under the factory code profile run sg_codieren the four CCC modules and then manually reboot the CCC.
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i try looking for a coding post but can only find of a retrofit ccc to cic.
Why not just do the upgrade to CiC while you're getting into the console?
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Why not just do the upgrade to CiC while you're getting into the console?
Most of my CIC kits go to people with broken CCC units. But you can easily DIY a CCC for $100 - $200 vs a $700 CIC kit.
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Most of my CIC kits go to people with broken CCC units. But you can easily DIY a CCC for $100 - $200 vs a $700 CIC kit.
Or just $550 if you buy mine haha, I was going to do the swap myself but then overpaid to overhaul my entire rear suspension
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All you need to do is under the factory code profile run sg_codieren the four CCC modules and then manually reboot the CCC.
factory code as in VO? hey is it possible to list the steps? sorry for being a bother!
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