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      04-25-2012, 10:55 AM   #23
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Any more info on this? What are you guys using to re-code the modules?
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      04-25-2012, 11:55 AM   #24
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Any more info on this? What are you guys using to re-code the modules?
Expertmode in NCS, per usual

Just an update from me, I was never able to get rid of the big yellow light that comes on right when I start the car. It goes away (until the next time I start the car) but I still have the little orange warning triangle too. I have done everything including unplugging the RDC module and still no luck.
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      04-25-2012, 10:36 PM   #25
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I didn't have to use Expertmode to recode the modules.
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      05-22-2012, 01:33 PM   #26
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You will need to program the car to european spec....using the Autologic tool then you will no longer need TPMS sensors
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      08-03-2012, 01:55 AM   #27
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Here's what I did to disable TPMS in my 2010 E92 M3:

- Disconnected module. It's located in the right rear wheel well. On earlier years module is located behind the rear quarter panel above the battery.

- Pulled fuse. In my car it was #27.

- Removed $2VB from VO using FA_write in the CAS module.

- Changed job to SG_codieren and coded the M3DSC, KOMBI and NFRM modules.
(My car has no CAPPL/CIC but if you do code them too)

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      01-13-2017, 06:43 PM   #28
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I just got this done on my 2013 E82.

Remove fuse 27 (TPMS fuse)

You must remove $2VB from CAS, FRM, and NFRM using NCSExpert. Then you must FA_write to CAS and NFRM. This is the key part nobody mentions. You have to change the VO in all locations that exist.

Then sg_codieren to DSC and KOMBI. May have to add CAPPL/CIC for Nav but I don't have it so I'm not sure.
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I just got this done on my 2013 E82.

Remove fuse 27 (TPMS fuse)

You must remove $2VB from CAS, FRM, and NFRM using NCSExpert. Then you must FA_write to CAS and NFRM. This is the key part nobody mentions. You have to change the VO in all locations that exist.

Then sg_codieren to DSC and KOMBI. May have to add CAPPL/CIC for Nav but I don't have it so I'm not sure.
I've now done this twice, I followed this DIY guide from the X1 forums:

http://e84.xbimmers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1145078

I did the second car this past weekend, and my laptop battery was dying so I set it inside to charge before I changed the VO. I got distracted and never did it, but I've been driving the car all week with no issues. I'm not sure I'm going to bother changing the VO at all now.
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I've now done this twice, I followed this DIY guide from the X1 forums:

http://e84.xbimmers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1145078

I did the second car this past weekend, and my laptop battery was dying so I set it inside to charge before I changed the VO. I got distracted and never did it, but I've been driving the car all week with no issues. I'm not sure I'm going to bother changing the VO at all now.
When he says to change those values then lists a bunch of variables, does he mean to change it to what he has written, or the opposite of what is written in his post?? I looked at my files from the E82 and my values are already at what he has listed. So I'm a bit confused there...
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I've now done this twice, I followed this DIY guide from the X1 forums:

http://e84.xbimmers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1145078

I did the second car this past weekend, and my laptop battery was dying so I set it inside to charge before I changed the VO. I got distracted and never did it, but I've been driving the car all week with no issues. I'm not sure I'm going to bother changing the VO at all now.
When he says to change those values then lists a bunch of variables, does he mean to change it to what he has written, or the opposite of what is written in his post?? I looked at my files from the E82 and my values are already at what he has listed. So I'm a bit confused there...
I changed it to what he has written there.
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      02-01-2017, 09:54 PM   #32
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Is there anyway to do this programming in ISTA-P? I was never able to get NCS expert to work on my Win10 64 bit.
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