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      08-02-2012, 02:12 PM   #1
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Reset FRM through coding

Hey guys,

I have a 2006 330i and my drivers side angel eye and and turn signal lights do not work. The code that comes up is that there is a short circuit in the FRM. From speaking around to a few people, they told me to try to reset the FRM.

My question is how do you do this? I was reading somewhere about using the expert profile to reset it. Is this correct?

I'm a noob at coding and I just started looking into doing this myself so bare with me.

Thanks!
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hey man, i JUST answered this question yesterday

take a look at this thread
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hey man, i JUST answered this question yesterday

take a look at this thread
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thanks man, like i said i'm still a noob and this seems like an interesting project to take on haha. how long did this coding take you? i was thrown off by sending the command 64 times!

im def in the same boat as you tho. my angel eye has been out for a very long time as well, as well as my amber light on the headlight. it causes the annoying fast blinking, im so ready to get that over with.
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thanks man, like i said i'm still a noob and this seems like an interesting project to take on haha. how long did this coding take you? i was thrown off by sending the command 64 times!

im def in the same boat as you tho. my angel eye has been out for a very long time as well, as well as my amber light on the headlight. it causes the annoying fast blinking, im so ready to get that over with.
It took me a long time to actually figure out that i needed to update to v41 Daten. but the actual coding, if you know exactly what you're doing, doesnt take more than 10 minutes. i had to search and search for this answer. i went into ************** and someone was able to answer me and lead me into the right direction.

if you have any questions hit me up via PM

Edit: the reason for sending the job 64 times is that we dont know what ID the circuit has, so we send the job to all of them. The job literally takes a blink of an eye. its a repetitive process, set 0, hit start job, stop job, change the number to 1, hit start, his stop, change the number to 2 and so on...

you dont even need to use NCS expert, this is done through toolset.exe
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