Warning lights on my 2006 bmw 320d se touring e90/e91?

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    20200113_194527.jpg Have these 2 lights on anyone know what problem could be or easy fix tried checking fuses but still on no fault codes when check with obd machine help appreciated
     
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    Welcome aboard, David :wavey:
    Perhaps stating the blindingly obvious, but is there nothing in the Owner's Manual?
     
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    That was first thing i did to try see what they were and it said that one was dtc deactivated the other drive off assistant failure but the dtc button when pressed does nothing dont light up in cluster to say on or off checked fuses all seem ok
     
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    Are they the only 2 lights it lights up and no others in check control? You need the faults read but could well be the DSC hydraulic unit common fault
     
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    Yea just those 2 lights checked with my obd reader but showed up no fault codes on system iv seen 3 diff pics of peoples glove box fuse boxes though and mine seems to have fuses missing where others have fuses could it be related or just diff models have diff extras
     
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    You need to read the fault codes properly with something like Ista+ or Inpa rather than a handheld reader.

    The dtc deactivated light could be something like a wheel speed sensor or a corroded reluctor ring, but until the faults are read properly it's just speculation.

    Missing fuses are quite normal, it depends on what equipment is installed.
     
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    I would agree most likely causes for those lights are as bishbosh mentions and these are relitavely cheap fixes, however I would also recommend getting the codes read - you could buy a C110 scanner - these are easy to use and worth the £40 or so

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Scanner-Airbag-Engine-Diagnostic-Suitable/dp/B00KL4H2G0
     
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    I would look at the bimmercode apps I think he does a diag app as well. Very very good reviews for his coding app
     
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    Hydro unit.
    But get a code scan first.
     
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    Thanks for all of your help i will get the codes read as soon as i can as mot is due in a month so need it sorting
     

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