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    Ok, so the temperature outside is -3 deg C and a PDC error symbol displayed on my dash with an error code CC-ID 195. Most people will think it could be a problem with one of the sensors or the module, but in reality, one of the sensor or sensors is frozen. To solve this issue, spray a little moisture repellent like WD40 on each sensor and lightly tap them. Problem solved, and error cleared . This will work for other BMW models as well.
    Last edited by xXNealXx; 09-01-2010 at 15:32.
     
     

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