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      11-05-2010, 10:40 PM   #23
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This thread is looking awesome so far. My major is in computer engineering so this is going to be an awesome project for me

+1 for a DIY!!!
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      11-05-2010, 11:44 PM   #24
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Yes I agree the best thing about a forums like this is sharing information. Unfortunately in my learning experience I did not find any information about coding on this forum. I honestly don't know how much people charge to code options on BMW but I can tell you that as a 21 year old college student, I could use the money, but I will look past that for now.

Took me 3 months to figure out how to get this to work and I am a computer geek. I can say that there is a HUGE chance for you to screw plenty of things up here but I will also say that NCS EXPERT is pretty straight forward after you know what you are doing.

the only reason I started working with coding is because (again college student here) i fucked up my JBfootwell module by trying the corner delete mod with resistors. Refused to pay $400 for a new one and I ordered a used one on ebay which was not the correct part # so now I am trying to disable cornering lights to get rid of error(still haven't figure it out).

Over the last 3 months I have gathered all the files needed to succesfully run INPA, EDIABAS and NCS EXPERT. I have successfully coded my car 2006 325i haven't tried anything else.

I will be more than happy to write a DIY as long as my work won't be deleted as it will take plenty of time. I can't believe I'm passing up the chance to make some $
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      11-05-2010, 11:51 PM   #25
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i would not mind paying a a small fee for your trouble to get all these features coded on my car. $170.00 dollars and up for coding is too expensive.
sounds good to me, send me a PM we can code it

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Is there a function to back up the vehicle before you tweak...just in case?
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      11-06-2010, 12:04 AM   #26
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can you code the foglight errors?
I have fogs on my car without error. I believe mine came with the error eliminator which contains resistors in it. I believe DDM tuning has them.
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      11-06-2010, 04:18 AM   #27
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Yes I agree the best thing about a forums like this is sharing information. Unfortunately in my learning experience I did not find any information about coding on this forum. I honestly don't know how much people charge to code options on BMW but I can tell you that as a 21 year old college student, I could use the money, but I will look past that for now.

Took me 3 months to figure out how to get this to work and I am a computer geek. I can say that there is a HUGE chance for you to screw plenty of things up here but I will also say that NCS EXPERT is pretty straight forward after you know what you are doing.

the only reason I started working with coding is because (again college student here) i fucked up my JBfootwell module by trying the corner delete mod with resistors. Refused to pay $400 for a new one and I ordered a used one on ebay which was not the correct part # so now I am trying to disable cornering lights to get rid of error(still haven't figure it out).

Over the last 3 months I have gathered all the files needed to succesfully run INPA, EDIABAS and NCS EXPERT. I have successfully coded my car 2006 325i haven't tried anything else.

I will be more than happy to write a DIY as long as my work won't be deleted as it will take plenty of time. I can't believe I'm passing up the chance to make some $


Nice of you to offer to share your information with the community. Hopefully the mods on this site will allow coding DIY's, it would really help a lot people who just want to do simple coding mods like corner lights, etc...
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      11-06-2010, 06:27 AM   #28
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Yes I agree the best thing about a forums like this is sharing information. Unfortunately in my learning experience I did not find any information about coding on this forum. I honestly don't know how much people charge to code options on BMW but I can tell you that as a 21 year old college student, I could use the money, but I will look past that for now.

Took me 3 months to figure out how to get this to work and I am a computer geek. I can say that there is a HUGE chance for you to screw plenty of things up here but I will also say that NCS EXPERT is pretty straight forward after you know what you are doing.

the only reason I started working with coding is because (again college student here) i fucked up my JBfootwell module by trying the corner delete mod with resistors. Refused to pay $400 for a new one and I ordered a used one on ebay which was not the correct part # so now I am trying to disable cornering lights to get rid of error(still haven't figure it out).

Over the last 3 months I have gathered all the files needed to succesfully run INPA, EDIABAS and NCS EXPERT. I have successfully coded my car 2006 325i haven't tried anything else.

I will be more than happy to write a DIY as long as my work won't be deleted as it will take plenty of time. I can't believe I'm passing up the chance to make some $

your a good man!!! i too just order the cables and downloaded all the software....gonna take a stab at it tho. Hopefully you can do some more DIYs i know a lot of people would love this for alarm activation and other things. Thanks again
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      11-06-2010, 06:37 AM   #29
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Buy a DCAN cable like this one:

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Will this cable still work for '09 models? The description says for "BMW's build from 1998 - 2008".

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      11-06-2010, 06:43 AM   #30
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I guess BT cable will do as well?
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I will donate to your cause!!! I just want to recode my stereo to hifi and a few other little things... I will host the DIY on my techblog if you want..
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      11-06-2010, 02:50 PM   #32
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Get a paypal account going and I am sure some people would donate for a DIY write up and further lines of code for specific actions..
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      11-06-2010, 04:01 PM   #33
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      11-06-2010, 05:33 PM   #34
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I will be back home in a couple days, will do a step by step tutorial along with a video to show how to code some of the options i've already figured out. please keep in mind I am still learning this myself so I will land the basics. DIY coming soon I promise

I want to make the DIY as detailed as possible will try to have it up by 6/11/10

ps: I will include the link to buy the cable i think i paid $60 , will also post a donation link. I think that is a fair way for me to look at it. thanks for the suggestions.
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Yeah... I know how it was to be a college student trying to make it... Thanks for all the help, I have a feeling if you get us going in the right direction we may be able to make some good strides.. I love the digital speedometer on the display, where I have my steering wheel set it is hard for me to see the needle..

I HOPE YOU MEAN 11/11 INSTEAD OF 6/11... LOL
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      11-06-2010, 07:09 PM   #36
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lol yes i mean 11/11/10.. sorry i've been up for longer than i can remember!
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      11-06-2010, 07:18 PM   #37
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xxxjecxxx, your are going to help the ppl out so much! I for sure will donate as what your doing is a great asset the the forum.
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I guess BT cable will do as well?
The pro version...maybe.

The enthusiast...doubt it. I have this one...
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      11-07-2010, 12:02 AM   #40
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I'll give you money. I don't have that much, but if you can email me that DIY, give me your paypal address too.

And shame on whoever deleted the links to that other forum. PM me if you need them.
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If you think it is possible to code the prelci navigation back to full screen... I'll buy the cable tonight. lol
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Wow they deleted the links? Pretty fucking gay if you ask me. That's not productive at all.
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      11-07-2010, 08:56 AM   #44
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Would love the auto close sunroof via rain sensor detection! Keep us posted!
still investigating if it can be coded otherwise but I have coded mine to close if rain is detected, the only thing i've noticed is that the auto wipers have to be enabled
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