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      09-17-2011, 07:53 PM   #1
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X-Drive reset electronically.. need HELP!!!

hello i planning on change fluid in my X drive transfer case, according to "Mike Miller" he said, it need to be reset by computer at bmw dealer, have anyone done this yet???? i need some help !!!!
btw my car is e92 328xi with 73k miles, fluid for Xdrive case is TF0870, any aftermarket fluid out there that meet those spec ?


Mike Miller" The X-Drive transfer case must be reset electronically at the dealership after the oil is
changed. You can change the transfer case oil yourself or have it done wherever you
want, but the vehicle does have to go back to the dealer to have the transfer case reset.
This “resetting” procedure is only possible on the BMW service computer.
Specifically the “reset” uses the actuator inside the transfer case to gauge the thickness of
the remaining clutch material. The transfer case then relearns the end stops of the clutch
pack to compensate for wear. The electric motor inside the X-Drive transfer case then
knows how much it has to apply the clutch pack in order to transfer power when
necessary"
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I think you should try posting this at the coding section.
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no one ???
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Any answers to this question? I plan to change mine over the weekend. Can the BT tool do it??
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