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      07-13-2012, 08:05 AM   #111
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Great, thanks. Now all we need is someone to help us do the coding. Is anyone here willing?
Fly me to Hong Kong and I`ll do it!! lol
we ain`t that far!!lmao
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Guys, this time I am coding FRM2.
Now questions is, different people say different things to add.
Reading on p2 charles.soori tried above mentioned into VO and it did not work.

Can somebody confirm what is correct SA for LCI retro-fitting in E9X with FRM2?

On other website they suggested:

For FRM2
Add +MUEG



For FRM3
+MUEH to VO


Can somebody confirm please?
Thanks,
BUMP!
So which is really correct?
I would like know it also!!!

I did mine manually .MAN file
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      07-13-2012, 09:17 AM   #113
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BUMP!
So which is really correct?
I would like know it also!!!

I did mine manually .MAN file
I have searched again and again but nobody confirmed it.

One of our fellow member tried +MUEG on his FRM2 and according to him, it worked.

However on different forums +MUEB is mentioned as correct one.

I have coded car with FRM2 but I was in a rush + client gave me 10-15 minutes and I could not confirm these. I rather did manual way in 10 minutes and he was off.

I'll appreciate if somebody can confirm this on the FRM2 and FRM3.
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I am sure that Desi / Cn555 will help you.

I am not familiar with windows parallels, otherwise I would have helped you.
Thanks, yes, someone is helping us out now. Appreciate you guys being patient with me despite my very basic questions.

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Fly me to Hong Kong and I`ll do it!! lol
we ain`t that far!!lmao
Haha, I'm sure if we get enough guys together, we could fly you first class and put you up at the Four Seasons
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Brilliant posts guys. I'm new to coding, does anyone have a link to all the code explanations?

Cheers greg
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E92 09/2009 Europe RHD with FRM3
f'ed around with kalt and warm to not_aktiv ....did not work - still had blinking brake lights when ignition on. Gave up and recoded NFRM with original .trc file (empty .man file)
...... Then ......
1. Added +MUH2 to the VO
2. FA_Write VO into CAS
3. FA_Write VO into NFRM
4. changed job to SG_CODING and recoded

Everything working perfect now ..... thanks to this tread.....
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E92 09/2009 Europe RHD with FRM3
f'ed around with kalt and warm to not_aktiv ....did not work - still had blinking brake lights when ignition on. Gave up and recoded NFRM with original .trc file (empty .man file)
...... Then ......
1. Added +MUH2 to the VO
2. FA_Write VO into CAS
3. FA_Write VO into NFRM
4. changed job to SG_CODING and recoded

Everything working perfect now ..... thanks to this tread.....
If you have FRM3, you do not even need coding.
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Do you mean just add +MUH2 to the VO and nothing else?
Or you mean the FRM3 detects the LED lights and configures itself?
None appeared valid in my case !
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      06-28-2013, 01:59 AM   #119
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Do you mean just add +MUH2 to the VO and nothing else?
Or you mean the FRM3 detects the LED lights and configures itself?
None appeared valid in my case !
I am surprised.
I have seem many cars with frm3 and all of them were already coded for LEDs.
May be its to do with local variant.
Here in UK, frm3 is already configured for LEDs.
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      07-04-2013, 02:32 AM   #120
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For pre 2009 cars:

These are the values to change: it's different depending if the car has FRM or NFRM module.



Module: FRM

Warm test Brake
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL_MI -> nicht_aktiv

Cold Test Brake
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL_MI -> nicht_aktiv

Warm test turn
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_HI -> nicht_aktiv

Cold test turn
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_HI -> nicht_aktiv

cold rear turn signal...
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

cold brake light.....
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

warm rear turn signal...
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

warm brake light..
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

Brake force display
CC_MELD_BFD_BL -> nicht_aktiv
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BFD_L -> nicht_aktiv
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BFD_R -> nicht_aktiv

-------------------------------------------------------


NFRM

KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

[[Cold Test Brake Light]]
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

[[Warm Test Blinker Rear]]
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

[[Warm Test Brake Light]]
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

[[Cold Test Brake Force Display]]
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BFD <--Cold BFD test

[[Warm Test Brake Force Display]]
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BFD <--Warm BFD test
Here you guys go
For the last to lines of code do you type in --cold bdf test or __cold bfd test. Getting a error both ways.
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      10-31-2013, 03:55 PM   #121
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did anybody try this with NFRM2?:

nicht aktiv>
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H blinker
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL brake lights
WARMUEBERW_RL_BL_1 tail outer lights
WARMUEBERW_RL_BL_2 tail inner lights
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSL_L fog left
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSL_R fog rights
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_RFS reverse light
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BFD bfd
WARMCHECK_RL_BL_1_ALS_TFL drl

nicht aktiv>
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL
KALTUEBERW_RL_BL_2
KALTUEBERW_RL_BL_1
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSL_L
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSL_R
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_RFS
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BFD
KALTCHECK_RL_BL_1_ALS_TFL

aktiv>
LED_BLINKER_HINTEN
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      11-26-2013, 01:10 PM   #122
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Very interesting thread... especially when you are about to upgrade to LCI tail lights

I have a E92 325i from 7/2007.

Does that mean I have an FRM2 module? Or how can I check which module I have?

Provided I have the FRM2 module, is the easiest way for me to have all the hot/cold checks set to "nicht_activ"? Or is there another way I have to go around it?

Either way I will have some one else code it for me... I just need to know what to tell him.
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Very interesting thread... especially when you are about to upgrade to LCI tail lights

I have a E92 325i from 7/2007.

Does that mean I have an FRM2 module? Or how can I check which module I have?

Provided I have the FRM2 module, is the easiest way for me to have all the hot/cold checks set to "nicht_activ"? Or is there another way I have to go around it?

Either way I will have some one else code it for me... I just need to know what to tell him.
You have FRM2 and you need to ask to coder to code it for LCI tail lights.
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But can they be coded to function without "bypassing" the bulb alerts?

Or is that only possible with the FRM3 module?
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But can they be coded to function without "bypassing" the bulb alerts?

Or is that only possible with the FRM3 module?
In frm3 it still bypasses the cold and warm check.
There is third check which check if bulb is short. You do not code that in frm2 or 3.
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Okay... will figure it out.

Thanks..
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Still trying to work this out.

I am trying to locate a guy who can help me with the coding. The one I am in contact with has coded several LCI tail light conversions - but all of them were in cars with FRM3.

Is the coding exactly the same in FRM2?

Just trying to avoid using several hours on driving back and forth AND paying for coding that might not work out. If the coding is the same, I am pretty sure it can be done. If not I might reconsider who I want to give it a go.

Makes sense?
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hey guys... I have a 09, and I just installed lci tails

now for the fun part.... coding

I'm assuming I have a FRM2, and if so can I do the coding myself? or will I need to have someone do it for me
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hey guys... I have a 09, and I just installed lci tails

now for the fun part.... coding

I'm assuming I have a FRM2, and if so can I do the coding myself? or will I need to have someone do it for me
Of course you can do this yourself. I highly recommend this cable/software package. http://www.ebay.com/itm/251189778558

The seller is extremely helpful and will remote into your pc to help you get things set up if you have problems. His software comes on discs with the cable and has a TON of stuff on them.
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The text in the article says, that it works on BMW's from 1999 to 2007/3...

That excludes both my car and Hybridels... or...?
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I am seriously not enjoying this. A "simple" tail light swap is turning into a major gongshow for me here. I ended up taking my car to a BMW specialty shop to spare myself some agony after I couldn't download the proper daten files from anywhere, and now they're telling me my info wont show up on their diagnostic tool at all when they try to connect.

Pain & agony over a simple mod, why God, WHY?!!!!! I guess I'm not cool enough to have this. Sweet man.
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