1996 e34 525i "esd regelt" showing on ccm whilst braking

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  1. 1996 e34 525i "esd regelt" showing on ccm whilst braking 
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    hi guys wondering if you can help? i'm getting faults regarding the braking circuit on the ccm as well as esd regelt whilst braking. I've read that this could mean a faulty ccm unit located in the fuse box. Can this unit be swapped for another from the same vehicle? If not is it likely to be a resistor problem on the braking side of this circuit?
     
     

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    ESD Regelt or ESD Control Regulation basically means that your check control module has encountered some abnormal voltage spikes. This is due to some of the resistors within the module that have either dry joints or have become cracked. It may be because some of the fuses are not seated properly as well, so worth a check first.
     
     

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    ok had a fiddle with the fuses and ccm didn't show any faults on first startup, however the fault has returned now. There are ccm units for sale on ebay for £10 off the same model car are there any issues with swapping the unit or am i better off fixing the one on the car now? Also this is currently my new daily drive, should i stop driving the car til i rectify this fault?
     
     

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    I'm not sure if it requires coding ...Ronnie?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by NealP View Post
    I'm not sure if it requires coding ...Ronnie?
    No coding for that car
     
     

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