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      08-26-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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DME adaptations?

So what are all of the DME adaptations? I have a 330xi 6MT with all the packages. I can't find anything about them. Thanks in advance!
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      08-26-2012, 02:53 PM   #2
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What you mean by DME adaptation ? There os non, you can update firmware in your dme and thats pretty much it , or you can also synchronise dme with cas or ews , but really didnt see dme adaptation options before
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I don't know what they and that's why I'm asking. There is a reference to them here.....

http://**************.com/BMWLogger-2
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      08-27-2012, 09:07 AM   #4
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What you mean by DME adaptation ? There os non, you can update firmware in your dme and thats pretty much it , or you can also synchronise dme with cas or ews , but really didnt see dme adaptation options before
WRONG!!!

There are adaptations that can be reset through INPA for the dme.

Adaptations such as:
-idle alignment
-octane reset
-load variable reset
-throttle body rest
-vanos reset
-cold air reset

There are a few more, but these are what I can remember while away from the comp.
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      08-27-2012, 07:22 PM   #5
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so what happens when you reset those adaptations? The car just automatically relearns itself?
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      08-27-2012, 08:31 PM   #6
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Is this the same reset that Mike Miller was talking about when you replace the transfer case fluid?
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      08-28-2012, 09:17 AM   #7
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so what happens when you reset those adaptations? The car just automatically relearns itself?
Yes it will relearn it based on your driving conditions. When I switch from different octance fuels, I usually reset it to adapt faster (eventually the car will adapt to the new fuel).

Reset them with the engine off. If you reset the throttle body while the car is starts (for eg), your car will stall.

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Is this the same reset that Mike Miller was talking about when you replace the transfer case fluid?
Nope. You need to go into the transfer case module and reset it (as of now I cannot do that through INPA).
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      08-28-2012, 10:02 AM   #8
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Ya, resetting adaptations starts the learning process over for these areas of our DMEs.

Idle Comparison
Knock
Lambda Probe
Tank Vent
Intake Pipe
DKP - Throttle
Lambda Control
EGR
Load Control
Nox-Sensor
Secondary Air
Fuel Control Valve
Octane Number
Variants
VVT
VANOS
Segment Time
Combustion Controller
Cylinder Sync for EOL-Check
Rough Running Cyl Sync
Lambda Phaseshift
Injector Energy Comparison
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