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      06-08-2012, 03:49 PM   #1
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coding help for 2011 e93

I have been racking my brain for a couple days now. I am trying to code my new 2011 e93 and everything is fine until I go into NCS Expert and select f1 then f3 to select the chassis and e9x isn't there. It stops at e89. I have downloaded several different files trying to find a new daten version (7/8/2010) or a new ncs expert version (3.1.0) but can't seem to get past that. What am I doing wrong and why is it so hard to find these files? Do they exist and if so, could someone post them. Thank You.
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Lol. E89 is what you are suppose to use. It is combined to code e81,e82,e84,e87,e88,e90,e91,e92, and your e93. Basically it covers all those chassis ! I guess you didnt read or search all that much.

After you read this post, proceed to kick yourself in your butt!! Lol

Now go on and code the car you banana head!

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banana head????... you funny.
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From my sticky in the coding section:

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      06-09-2012, 03:28 AM   #5
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Thanks for the reply. I couldn't find the info. Besides, isn't an E89 a Z4? how would I know to look under that. Just saying.
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. Older z to 2008 use E85 E86 and the newer ones which in your case will use E89

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      06-18-2012, 03:39 PM   #7
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PM me with your email addy and I can probably email you the v46.3 daten files (which you do want! My car wouldn't even read half the modules with NCSExpert setup stock) Also, you need to be running the latest version of Ediabas, 7.5.2, I believe to read your FRM3 module. That one has tons of cool new stuff, from Home lighting, welcome lighting to multiple levels of brake force lighting (which people haven't really documented yet)
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Z chassis is E85 for the Convertible and E86 for the coupe. Where do u get your information from? All u need to do is type in yahoo search or google search for. BMW E85 picture and it will give you the answers. Either way you are gOod to go with coding your car. Use E89 as the selection after f1 and f3
Totally hijacking here, but does this mean that my 2012 Z4, which is an E89 actually uses the E85 option in NCS?
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Totally hijacking here, but does this mean that my 2012 Z4, which is an E89 actually uses the E85 option in NCS?
Nope, E89 as well.
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Nope, E89 as well.
Thx. The car will be home in about 8 weeks and I'm already planning on the coding I will do.
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