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      04-27-2013, 02:00 PM   #1
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Question DSC Updated, help recalibrating

Updated my DSC module using winkfp and daten 49, all went well.,
but I have a couple of symbols in my dash now. (DTC, handbrake...) To get rid of these I understand I`ll have to recalibrate some sensors.
Anyone know which? And how?
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      04-27-2013, 02:38 PM   #2
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Updated my DSC module using winkfp and daten 49, all went well.,
but I have a couple of symbols in my dash now. (DTC, handbrake...) To get rid of these I understand I`ll have to recalibrate some sensors.
Anyone know which? And how?
Don't worry about it, you just need to recode your DSC module, NCS EXPER with expertmode will fix this.

Right after flashing process you should leave your car closed for a few minutes, then you wouldn't have to recode it.
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      04-27-2013, 03:29 PM   #3
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Thanks for your reply ****** You`r always there when we need you

Recoded it afterwards with expertenprofile I got from you. still no luck..
You sure thats all that is necessary? I`ve read several places that you have to calibrate the dcs sensors and the steeringcolumn to fix it...
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You have to use INPA to recalibrated the dsc.
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Thanks for your reply ****** You`r always there when we need you

Recoded it afterwards with expertenprofile I got from you. still no luck..
You sure thats all that is necessary? I`ve read several places that you have to calibrate the dcs sensors and the steeringcolumn to fix it...
It is interesting, it should dissaper after few miles. If not, try ti use INPA like cn55ic said.
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Tried recalibrating in INPA, but I haven`t driven it more than a kilometer. yet..
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      04-27-2013, 09:31 PM   #7
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Recently did this on an M6. Coding after the flash will not fix this you will need to use dis or INPA. I used dis and it worked perfectly using the test schedule menu.
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Fixed it by using the CBS commands in INPA, and then driving it a lttle
Thanks guys
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Fixed it by using the CBS commands in INPA, and then driving it a lttle
Thanks guys

Can you explain the procedure as it may help others in future?
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Can you explain the procedure as it may help others in future?
Have to go through the process again then, don`t have the time for that for a couple of days.. But will do as soon as possible
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Can you explain the procedure as it may help others in future?
Have to go through the process again then, don`t have the time for that for a couple of days.. But will do as soon as possible
Whats the update on this?
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Last time I did this I used dis. Open function selection, select chassis, select dsc (something like that) ad calibrate. Then click test schedule at the bottom and highlight dsc calibration and click the green arrow at the bottom right and dis will guide you through the procedure. That's all from memory so it might be a bit different. In INPA it's pretty straightforward, select your chassis, body (karosserie or chassis depending on version) dsc and the calibration functions are in one of the submenus.
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Last time I did this I used dis. Open function selection, select chassis, select dsc (something like that) ad calibrate. Then click test schedule at the bottom and highlight dsc calibration and click the green arrow at the bottom right and dis will guide you through the procedure. That's all from memory so it might be a bit different. In INPA it's pretty straightforward, select your chassis, body (karosserie or chassis depending on version) dsc and the calibration functions are in one of the submenus.
I don't have DIS but will try on inpa sometime to play around.
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Sorry, been busy lately
But here is a short writeup:

Open INPA - choose you car - chassis in Script selection - Dynamic Stability control - <F6> (Ansteuern) - <F8> ( Condition Based service (CBS) ) - then reset both (<F1> CBS Reset VA, and <F2> CBS Reset HA ) - all done

You may also need to run <F1><F2>and <F3> under Ansteuern menu
Once all is done, just drive the car a short distance, and it should be fine .

My INPA is in German, so I don`t know the english names for everything
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I could not for the life of me get INPA to do this calibration.

I used WinKFP to upgrade my DSC to the latest firmware, flashing went 100% OK.

Once I reset the module via NCS Expert to the default settings (as you are supposed to do after upgrading firmware on modules), I got fault codes 5DD0 and 5DD2. They indicate that the DSC needs to be re-calibrated.

So I used the info above to try and re-calibrate them, and it just wouldn't work.

Bare in mind, I tried 3 times only... And doing about 10km drives after doing so... The faults stayed.

I have a copy of ISTA/D so I used that and it fixed it right away.

The motor was OFF, but ignition ON. The car made a number of noises while the procedure took place. Which took about 3 minutes to complete.
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