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      08-06-2012, 03:20 PM   #1
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[SOLVED] Is it possible to code rear turn signals as welcome lights?

I have a 2007 E92 with a production date of 04/2007. I have been trying to code the rear turn signals on as welcome lights WL_BLK_H but I've always run into an error writing the NFRM module back to the car.

I could have sworn I was able to code this before. Everything else in the NFRM I have been able to code as I just recently coded the LCI Taillight retrofit.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

UPDATE SOLVED: WARNING I WAS COMFORTABLE ENOUGH TO DO THIS TO MY CAR.

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So I was able to program WL_BLK_H finally. I had to use NCS Dummy to disassemble the FRM2_E89.C09 module file. I then opened the disassembled text file FRM2_E89.C09.txt and looked for WL_BLK_H. Here is the before and after the added values are in red:

BEFORE:

PARZUWEISUNG_FSW : {00003405} 0000000B 0001 0E52 {} (C0) {h} {} // WL_BLK_H
PARZUWEISUNG_PSW1 : 0009 (00) // nicht_aktiv

AFTER:

PARZUWEISUNG_FSW : {00003405} 0000000B 0001 0E52 {} (C0) {h} {} // WL_BLK_H
PARZUWEISUNG_PSW1 : 0009 (00) // nicht_aktiv
PARZUWEISUNG_PSW1 : 0492 (01) // soft_einschalten
PARZUWEISUNG_PSW1 : 0493 (02) // hart_einschalten


After changing the disassembled text file. I made sure to save a copy of the original FRM2_E89.C09. I then used NCS Dummy to browse for the disassembled text file for assembly and saved. I then copied the changed FRM2_E89.C09 into the location in the NCSEXPER\DATEN\E89

I then proceeded to code the NFRM module and changed the WL_BLK_H to either soft_einschalten or hart_einschalten. NOTE: It did not seem to matter if I set it to soft or hart. The rear blinkers will just turn on to full.

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      08-06-2012, 06:22 PM   #2
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Did you set it to aktiv? If so that's not an option. WL values are defined as nicht_aktiv, soft_en**** (sp?), or hart_en****.

(FRM 3 uses wert values as well).

Copy another WL line value and use that.
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      08-06-2012, 06:36 PM   #3
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Did you set it to aktiv? If so that's not an option. WL values are defined as nicht_aktiv, soft_en**** (sp?), or hart_en****.

(FRM 3 uses wert values as well).

Copy another WL line value and use that.
I have FRM 2. I have tried soft_en*** and hart_en*** and I get errors for both. I have looked on NCSDummy and the only value listed on there is nicht_aktiv. But according to the shared Excel file, that value works on 2007 model cars.

Have you ever tried coding this value Grant?
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      08-06-2012, 06:41 PM   #4
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Not on my own 2007. I also have FRM2.
I can take a look the next time I get a sec.
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      08-06-2012, 06:47 PM   #5
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Not on my own 2007. I also have FRM2.
I can take a look the next time I get a sec.
Alright cool. But are you saying that you have coded the value on other E9x?
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No. For welcome lights it's usually adding in front and rear fogs.
Never had the request personally.
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      08-09-2012, 07:52 PM   #7
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I'm wondering if it is possible to just disassemble the module using NCS Dummy and add soft_xxxx and hart_xxxx as additional values; reassemble the module; then try to code it? Sounds like it could end up bad though.
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Updated first post with the solution
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Ummm... interesting.

Thanks for posting. I wonder if this same logic can be applied to other features.
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Ummm... interesting.

Thanks for posting. I wonder if this same logic can be applied to other features.
That's what I was wondering as well, but I don't know what would happen if the module isn't able to take the value. I just happened to take the leap and just try it. It's been 2 weeks and so far my taillights have been working. And no issues.

If someone could chime in if this could cause issues; please do so and I'll recode mine back. But so far I've had no issues.
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