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Old 06-17-2009, 06:46 AM
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Error Code CC-ID 071

Howdy!
Had to do an emergency stop the other day (did not activate ABS) when a driver pulled out in front of me. Immediately got a brake warning light, and when I run the diagnostics, it gives the above code.
I'm also running Carbotech bobcats so can't use the sensors. I have them taped up. In the past, I've gotten the "replace rear brake pads" error message occassionally, but have always been able to reset it until now.
Taking it in on 1 Jul for first annual dealer service, and have reported code to service advisor.
Anyone know what this code means?
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