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      03-23-2012, 12:01 PM   #67
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Yes! Everyone with ALL can have REST coded, but not the opposite.
Wont work on post 2009 335d as they have taken out the aux water pump.
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      05-22-2012, 04:02 AM   #68
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Kalud,

Any updates on turning ALL on for the cars with a REST button?
I can get you copy of my 08 .TRC file
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      05-22-2012, 09:44 AM   #69
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Kalud,

Any updates on turning ALL on for the cars with a REST button?
I can get you copy of my 08 .TRC file
I unfortunately can't test myself, but a while back some tested and were unable to make it work. It probably has to do with the actual software running in the IHK module that is more recent in 2011+ cars and have the added feature (ALL) while keeping the old one (REST).

But if you still want to try out, using the other coding thread as source of information and DIY, read the IHK module and search for a "REST_TASTE_VERBAUT" software switch. If you have it, try setting it to false with "nicht_aktiv".
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      05-22-2012, 10:42 AM   #70
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Some 2010's also lack the "REST" button (like mine)..but this is a cool feature if I ever need it -- prob won't since I live in SoCal.
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      05-22-2012, 11:06 AM   #71
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When I saw this I got so excited that I emailed this link to my service advisor. He just replied with "yes, I think this can be done. I'll check and get back to you".

This has made me so happy, it's the one thing that has kept me from liking this car as much as the last one because I used it all of the time. If they can do it, I guess I'll change the knob to the REST one since I'm kind of OCD like that.

OP, thank you.
Hey man, let me know if the dealer did this for you- if so, tell me which one
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doesn't the vehicle need an aux water pump for this?

I guess 335i have electric pum
335d has engine driven pump. an aux pump was present in 2009 but was deleted.

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I prob gonna try this tomorrow
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      05-21-2013, 02:24 PM   #74
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I have a Rest button but when i press it nothing happens. The light doesn't come on. Could this be a fuse issue?
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I have a Rest button but when i press it nothing happens. The light doesn't come on. Could this be a fuse issue?
It only works when the car is warmed up and once the ignition is turned off. It cannot be turned on while the car is still running.
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It only works when the car is warmed up and once the ignition is turned off. It cannot be turned on while the car is still running.
It also ties in outside temperature also. outside temps has to be below 60 or so.. Manual said so.
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It also ties in outside temperature also. outside temps has to be below 60 or so.. Manual said so.
Didn't realize that....I never use the feature unless its below freezing anyways.
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What wood grain do you have looks nice! I have rest in my car and it is pretty useful in the winter when I remember to use it! Lol
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      06-02-2013, 10:15 PM   #79
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Didn't realize that....I never use the feature unless its below freezing anyways.
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