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      03-12-2011, 06:30 PM   #1
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I don\'t have access to FRM module !!?

Hello,

I have a 325 E90 from 2007 and I'd like to disable bulb warning, but I do not have access to FRM module...only NRFM one, and the settings to disable the warning are not in this module.

Can someone explain me how to access to FRM module ? Do I need to add this access or do I need to search settings on another module ?

Thanks for your help
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You have to go into the CAS module after selecting your chassis.

After that hit F6 to go back, then press F4 and select your FRM module. continue from there.

The FRM module is the submodule after selecting CAS as the primary module
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I am having the SAME problem!.. one of my angel eyes has been disabled and does not light up because apparently i have to reset the FRM module. Do i need a BT tool?.. Is this possible for my drivers side angel eye to be disabled because of the FRM?.. sorry for the stupid questions.. im stuck here man
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I believe NFRM and FRM are the same, just depends on the year of your car. Mine is NFRM and all off the codes that are listed as FRM are in my NFRM module.
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I believe NFRM and FRM are the same, just depends on the year of your car. Mine is NFRM and all off the codes that are listed as FRM are in my NFRM module.
Do you have the codes to disable the bulb warning on your NFRM module ?
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Do you have the codes to disable the bulb warning on your NFRM module ?
All of the KALTUEBERWACHUNG and WARMUEBERWACHUNG codes are in my NFRM. I assume that's what you're referring to.
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Do you have the codes to disable the bulb warning on your NFRM module ?
All of the KALTUEBERWACHUNG and WARMUEBERWACHUNG codes are in my NFRM. I assume that's what you're referring to.
I have just tried again to code NfRM module and I have finaly found the codes...I don't Know what I did before !? sorry for that wrong issue
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