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      01-12-2013, 08:00 AM   #1
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cold chime

hi all
thanks to you, i code my car easily

in this moment, my cold chime disturb me all the time.
is it possible to reduce the value of temperature for this chime with ncs?

I've searched on google but no founded..
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      01-12-2013, 03:09 PM   #2
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You can try (I found the entry in another forum)

KOMBI > CC_TEMPERATURWARNUNG

It will probably say "nicht_aktiv".
Allegedly this setting is reversed from what you think it should be - "aktiv" turns it off.

I haven't tried this code, so I don't know if it disables the entire feature or just the noise. I'm thinking it disables the entire feature, but not sure.

Personally, I drive where the temperature can change by 4 degrees or more from departure to arrival - I sometimes appreciate the noise when it comes on while I'm driving to let me know I could expect wet or slushy roads to turn icy.

I do however wish I could upload or somehow NETTODAT a new Gong noise! Very bad choice of sounds.
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You can try (I found the entry in another forum)

KOMBI > CC_TEMPERATURWARNUNG

It will probably say "nicht_aktiv".
Allegedly this setting is reversed from what you think it should be - "aktiv" turns it off.

I haven't tried this code, so I don't know if it disables the entire feature or just the noise. I'm thinking it disables the entire feature, but not sure.

Personally, I drive where the temperature can change by 4 degrees or more from departure to arrival - I sometimes appreciate the noise when it comes on while I'm driving to let me know I could expect wet or slushy roads to turn icy.

I do however wish I could upload or somehow NETTODAT a new Gong noise! Very bad choice of sounds.
I don't understand your last sentence, but thanks, i will try tomorrow
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... I do however wish I could upload or somehow NETTODAT a new Gong noise! Very bad choice of sounds.

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I don't understand your last sentence, but thanks, i will try tomorrow
Hey dolu57. NETTODAT is just another (less convenient, more low-level) way of coding your car, that's all. I think the "gong" noise for *anything* is annoying... I wish I could change it to something else, like you can on cell phones and stuff.

Good luck with your temperature gong disable.
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Can We code our cars with "NETTODAT"?
i don't know this... have you got a link which explains this?

today i've tried to code my car but i've got an error... (coapi-1043...).
I don't have the time to come back here before 3-4days (work) but i will come back for say you if it's good..

sorry for my bad english (I don't use a translator..), but i learn all the days..
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Can We code our cars with "NETTODAT"?
i don't know this... have you got a link which explains this?

today i've tried to code my car but i've got an error... (coapi-1043...).
I don't have the time to come back here before 3-4days (work) but i will come back for say you if it's good..

sorry for my bad english (I don't use a translator..), but i learn all the days..

Your English is fine, Monsieur!

I'm no coding pro, but if you explain your error more - what you were trying to code, and also give the group the ERROR LOG - there are skilled members who can help.

A quick search on coapi-1043 seems to mean you either have a bad NCS version or more likely you are trying to code something using an invalid action word (aktiv, nicht_aktiv, soft_, hart_... etc) for your chassis type. Impossible to tell I think, without the ERROR LOG (VIEW > CABI.ERR and ERROR.LOG).
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Thanks monsieur bmermeup.

As you say, i think i've write an invalid action word, and i don't think i have a bad version of ncs because i have already coded good the module with the error.

I am not able to locate the error.log and cabi.err... Where are they? Google doesn't help me...
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You can try (I found the entry in another forum)

KOMBI > CC_TEMPERATURWARNUNG

It will probably say "nicht_aktiv".
Allegedly this setting is reversed from what you think it should be - "aktiv" turns it off.
Don't bother yourself, it doesn't work. No one found working way to disable 'cold chime'.
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Thanks cypis007.
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Don't bother yourself, it doesn't work. No one found working way to disable 'cold chime'.
Further to this note, I checked further and apparently this coding only works to disable it on E46 machines. Bummer.

In that case, I have another "guaranteed" method, but it is temporary (it resets itself once a year) and can sometimes take about 6 months or so before it takes effect...
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Bmermeup, you don't want share your method?
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In that case, I have another "guaranteed" method, but it is temporary (it resets itself once a year) and can sometimes take about 6 months or so before it takes effect...
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Bmermeup, you don't want share your method?
Sure! I'm glad you asked!

The GUARANTEED method for "ensuring your Frost Warning Gong is disabled for about 6 months, but needs to be reset and sometimes takes 6 months to take effect..." is... wait for Spring.


I know. I'm an idiot.
(c'est une blague... je m'excuse.)
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Haha now i understand
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So guys, there is no way to disable this alert?

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So guys, there is no way to disable this alert?

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Of course it is possible to disable it.
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Of course it is possible to disable it.
... So what's the code please
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Unplug the temperature sensor?
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Of course it is possible to disable it.
Feel free to share info how you did that.
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Of course it is possible to disable it.
Feel free to share info how you did that.
I would like to know as well.
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hello

by chance, I found this line in KOMBI:
AUSSENTEMP_ANZ_FEHLER_1 - OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE DISPLAY FAULT 1 (LOWER LIMIT)
wert 1 -> data= 18
wert 2 -> data= 52
wert 3 -> data= 36

what do you think about this? good way?
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