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What did you do to your x40 today???

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Old Nov 17th, 2018, 23:40   #12741
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Default CCM-0085 DTC / 30-power supply

I have the same problem with the CCM-0085 DTC. I don't know what the 30-power supply refers to for that code. Which fuse did you check below? The only 30-amp fuses I see are for the power windows and the radiator fan, and both work.

Did you ever find the cause of the CCM-0085 DTC? Thank you

2001 S40 with 199200 miles.

Originally Posted by trufauru View Post
yes, the fuse is ok, and the heater kinda works, it's like slow to respond to some commands, when you change the airflow, some times is immediatly, others it take it's time.
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Old Nov 18th, 2018, 13:19   #12742
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Originally Posted by oliverpervasive View Post
so I ve pulled the rubber/wire bits out of the old windscreen wipers and now trying to insert them into the headlight wiper brackets...Anyone else tried this?
Yep, did it myself only a couple of weeks ago, after being picked up from Halfords floor after passing out from the shock when I saw the price.

The metal is quite strong, a good hacksaw will do it though. Entirely possible.

Unfortunately, mine have resisted all attempts to operate and I've kinda given up. But the rubber blades are fine.
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