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    i have an 07 plate bmw 318d its showing ccid 24 and ccid 35 fault. can some one please explain what this is and how much the part/parts would be also if there is a reason for this.
    thanks for any reply in advance
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    That relates to a fault caused by the pressure sensor in your hydro unit. Lots of information about that if you do a search on here.
     
     

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    Not good, but certainly not the disaster it would have been a couple of years ago

    http://www.endtuning.com/ccidcodes.html

    24 and 35 and DBC (brake assist) and DSC failure, which is usually down to a pressure sensor integral to the DSC control unit.

    If you put it on a code reader, you'd most likely see 5E20 - Brake pressure sensor as the fault.

    It's very common, I know Watchdog for example have a growing collection of letters about it, and the original fix was £1400 worth of a new DSC complete unit,

    Now BMW do a repair kit of just a small section with the fault sensor in it replaced to a better design for approx £150, and fitting involves swapping them over, a brake fluid change, and usually some diagnostic recoding.
     
     

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    thanks very much for the quick replies guys very helpful information although i would have preffered an easier cheaper route but with bmw's theres never really
     
     

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