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5 series CCC + CIC

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So I recently watched the BMW doctor compareing LCI and pre LCI.   So the LCI 520d usual stuff, lights, home light options, extra features being buisness edition, but had CIC drive.

 

So mine is 525d 2009 - def LCI as I have the correct lights + home feature on the lights too, but i have CCC drive?!  I searched everywhere and cannot find answer to why i would have CCC being if i'm correct CIC was more updated? so why would a LCI 2008 model have cic drive and mine ccc.   Would it be buisness edition on M sport came with cic drive and mine being just m sport would come with ccc ?  Were cic and ccc being produced in cars at the same time or was cic the newer version overriding the ccc ?!  little consued if anyone knows....

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I think its fairly typical of BMW to have a bit of a mix of pre LCI and LCI parts being used during that transition, I've seen it on 2009 E92's also.

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20 hours ago, GoNz0 said:

BMW doctor wouldn't know a dildo if it fell out his backside.

 

^^^^^^^^^^^ WHS ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

 

FWIW my 05 pre lci E61 sport has home lights enabled on it's original Light Control Module, even Carly can enable them so it can't be difficult as Carly don't do difficult, I have to use the pc for difficult. :)

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On 16/09/2021 at 19:24, max535 said:

I think its fairly typical of BMW to have a bit of a mix of pre LCI and LCI parts being used during that transition, I've seen it on 2009 E92's also.

 

Yes, this was also the case with my old K-reg E36 320i, one of the last of the M50 non-vanos engines before the moved to VANOS. A couple of times an Indie ordered parts and when they came it was wrong for the car. I was told it was exactly that, a "transition" car.

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