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      04-20-2016, 09:05 PM   #1
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How to code out washer fluid level low warning light

Trying to find out how to code this out. Any help appreciated.
Just the warning light. Not the function of washer fluid working.

Mine is filled up and the warning remains on my dash.
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Trying to find out how to code this out. Any help appreciated.
Just the warning light. Not the function of washer fluid working.

Mine is filled up and the warning remains on my dash.
The JBE (JBBF) module controls the windshield washer system:
www.e90post.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1327760&d=1449270298

CC_F_WASCHWASSERSTAND is the check control time constant for low washer fluid level. However, there is no obvious way to disable the check control like older models. I checked the KOMBI module as well.

Hope that helps.
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Can't you fix the sensor that's causing the issue?
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Can't you fix the sensor that's causing the issue?
I'd rather not. It's much easier to code this out.
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The JBE (JBBF) module controls the windshield washer system:
www.e90post.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1327760&d=1449270298

CC_F_WASCHWASSERSTAND is the check control time constant for low washer fluid level. However, there is no obvious way to disable the check control like older models. I checked the KOMBI module as well.

Hope that helps.
So, you think it will have to be coded in Nedodat and I can place a large value like (90 hours) this way the vehicle will have to be on for 90 hours after starting the car before the system checks the fluid level?
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The JBE (JBBF) module controls the windshield washer system:
www.e90post.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1327760&d=1449270298

CC_F_WASCHWASSERSTAND is the check control time constant for low washer fluid level. However, there is no obvious way to disable the check control like older models. I checked the KOMBI module as well.

Hope that helps.
So, you think it will have to be coded in Nedodat and I can place a large value like (90 hours) this way the vehicle will have to be on for 90 hours after starting the car before the system checks the fluid level?
No idea, it's not something I've experimented with.
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So, you think it will have to be coded in Nedodat and I can place a large value like (90 hours) this way the vehicle will have to be on for 90 hours after starting the car before the system checks the fluid level?
Something like that just put in the largest valid number.
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Something like that just put in the largest valid number.
That's what I thought. I am gonna try. As soon as I figure out how to upload a netodat file. So far I only know how to upload man files to the car.
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