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      12-28-2007, 06:50 PM   #23
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that sucks man, u can't even take it to the dealer cuz they are gonna void ur warranty. U just have to call Vishnu and ask their tech support. i wish i could help you, but i don't even have my car yet (its on the ship) let alone having vishnu. Because of all of these technical difficulties with procede, i think i'm gonna pay the extra money and get the Dinan flash.
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      12-28-2007, 08:23 PM   #24
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is the car completely stock now? zero other mods?
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      12-28-2007, 08:31 PM   #25
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Can u check to see if the Ecu connectors are connected back into the ecu tightly with the sliders push all the way?
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      12-28-2007, 08:35 PM   #26
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yes car is 100% stock...i checked the ecu soo many times wires are in the correct places and sliders are in...
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      12-28-2007, 08:36 PM   #27
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have you ohm'd out the circuit at all to see if there is an open? are you positive the the connector is getting full contact with the ecm/ecu pin? ais the soleniod put back completly?, i know you said you have tried a few times but when i get a problem like this it's usually something really obvious.

not having a procede or ever installing one i can't give you much more info, if i were you i would be tracing the wire to make sure it's in contact (INCLUDING UNDER THE INSULATION) the best way is to ohm out the circuit and check for contenuity,

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      12-28-2007, 08:39 PM   #28
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no i havnt ohm'd anything...soleniods are correct...i guess i can open it up again and make sure everything is in again but ive done it soo many times...
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      12-28-2007, 08:40 PM   #29
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When you place the wire for pin 10...is it sitting in the correct facing...I mean can u check to see if you didn't put it in back facing front...
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      12-28-2007, 08:42 PM   #30
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i think it only fits one way...i remember it not fitting a certain way...
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      12-28-2007, 08:43 PM   #31
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Listen while your trouble shooting the car, relax it will be fixed, there has to be a logical reason why its doing this...The car was fine before you did this so i would have to say there is some error, but just have to work it out...There is no need to put everything back until you found the problem....You can drive the car around as long as its not raining...YOu can leave the covers off and the rest of the stuff...Just when u test it, test it for short periods...Once the codes appear again, go back home and recheck..
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no i havnt ohm'd anything...soleniods are correct...i guess i can open it up again and make sure everything is in again but ive done it soo many times...
i can't remember how many times i have broken wires under the insulation is actually easier than most people think it is, i would highly reccomend ohming the circuit out it should take no longer than 30 minutes to do depending in the circuit.
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You have the Procede V1 correct and not the V2?
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      12-28-2007, 08:48 PM   #34
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ill keep trying new things...im not at home im still at my friends house so im trying everything to get it done...you think i should take it into bmw? everything is back to stock so i dont think they can say i modded somethign...
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v1 and hoses are back in the correct places
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i wouldn't say take it to a dealer just because of the warranty factor. even though you have taken everything out, technicians are far from stupid and will know something is up, now if you get a laid back younger tech that won't really the horn on mods ( like me) then you will be fine but there is alway's the chance you'll get a dick head. i say take it too a reputable electrical company, or a aftermarket euro only shop, that way you still have someone that know's euro's and wiring but they won't void your warranty, if you don't feel comfortable them actually "fixing" the problem the just take the diagnosis and fix it your self.
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Listen you need to go back into the connectors and see the numbers of the wire that goes into pin 6 bmw 525, pin 7 (yellow wire no number) pin 29 bmw 494, pin 10 bmw 1324....See if these numbers that u place back to stock are the wires that suppose to go into the connectors
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yes i was thinking about that too there are a couple shops around here i was gonna take it to but there closed untill 2nd...you think i can drive the car in limp mode untill then without messing anything else up?
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Pins 6 and 7 are in the small ecu black connector and pins 10, 29 are in the large ecu black connector..
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yes i kno the vishnu website had all the info i even checked to make sure that the wires had the correct numbers on them...


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Well if thats the case, I am stumped myself!!
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yes i was thinking about that too there are a couple shops around here i was gonna take it to but there closed untill 2nd...you think i can drive the car in limp mode untill then without messing anything else up?
that's upto you man,
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man still cant figure this out i just want my car to run stock again...
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did you make sure the grounding wire in the engine bay where you attach the procede ground wire is still getting a good connection?

Some poeple have let it slide off before, and spent forever messing with wires in the ecu when all it was is the grounding wires.
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