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      11-26-2011, 05:10 AM   #23
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So the canbus defeats the point of coding errors out?

Cam you link to the ballast that worked
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      11-29-2011, 01:28 PM   #24
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      01-19-2012, 01:55 PM   #26
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so where did you purchase the Canbus 3.0 ballasts? Can you link please?
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Bought off ebay.

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I have been researching HID kit for my foglight and found highperformancebulbs.com carried the kit that will not throw an error in our car (newer models year). I planned on installing this kit during the spring months and will share my experience on here.
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Bought off ebay.

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Yes, but can you link us to the seller or auction?
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I have bought the HID fog kit from highperformancebulbs.com and they work great however I own a tempermental 2007 335i. I've had my hid fog kit for over a year now. They work but there's a trick to it. hehe. I have to turn them on while the car is in motion.. then the annoying part happens...the intermittent fog light malfunction errors and ding noise! I've gotten use to it but I definitely need to take it out if possible with coding since I always have curious passengers. If the car stays still too long with the error, it sometimes will turn off and sometimes it wont! HID Fogs FTW tho!

i need to learn how to code...
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      11-01-2012, 05:04 PM   #31
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I have a set of HID fogs for my 07 e92 from HPB. Should I even install them? There seems to be so many issues with my MY (manufacture date: 2/07)...
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FRM modules seems to be the finicky ones. Coding should get rid of all the Annoying errors
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      12-10-2012, 12:15 AM   #33
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If wiring is fine turn off the error checks:

FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_NSW_L
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FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_NSW_R
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KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L
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KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
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WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L
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WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
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sorry for the necro bump, but im trying to code out my HID flickers/errors and i cant find these values in ANY of my ECU modules. I literally went through the whole list. the weird thing is when i "process car" i can find the values but i can never succesfully code via "process car" and i always get an error. any help on what to do?

tldr; cant find listed values in NFRM when "process ecu/read ecu" but can find the values in "process car" but can never sucessfully code via "process car"

btw, im using DDM slim 35w ballasts with no error canceling.
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