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      08-16-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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Automatically unlock all doors

I'd like all the doors to unlock when i turn off the engine and come to a complete stop. Can i enable this feature through coding?
The doors automatically lock when i reach a certain speed. However, i need to use the door switch on the center dash every time to unlock all the doors. Thanks
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I'd like all the doors to unlock when i turn off the engine and come to a complete stop. Can i enable this feature through coding?
The doors automatically lock when i reach a certain speed. However, i need to use the door switch on the center dash every time to unlock all the doors. Thanks
yes it can be done through coding. Cas module....Komfort_eject and ER_keyout_autovr both set to akiv
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Komfort Eject is the key ejection line. They should be able to operate independently.
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Komfort Eject is the key ejection line. They should be able to operate independently.
i know but they go so well together...When the key fob pops out and then the doors open...Music to my ears!
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I agree! Customers sometimes don't want the auto eject though.
Their choice
Just saying that they should be fine independently of each other.
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Thanks guys.

This might just be my first mod
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lol. Hmmm. Is coding of car considered a mod!
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Looking for some reliable coding in the Brooklyn/Queens area

The auto door unlock is a great code I'd like to have. Hopefully we can hook up.
Can you code for starting the car without hitting the brake pedal first on a 2009 E90?
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The auto door unlock is a great code I'd like to have. Hopefully we can hook up.
Can you code for starting the car without hitting the brake pedal first on a 2009 E90?
That should be able to be coded to your car...2010 and on it seems to not work..
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Shot in the dark but, is it possible to code comfort access to unlock all the doors or at least both front doors on an e90?
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Yes it still possible
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Works with 2006-MY2008 cars.
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      08-26-2012, 12:08 PM   #13
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That should be able to be coded to your car...2010 and on it seems to not work..
FYI did this coding to my 2010 e90 lci and it works fine i set ER_KEYOUT_AUTOVR to aktiv

edit: didn't read the first post properly, you were answering his question on the brake pedal
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Is it possible to unlock the doors upon putting the car into park instead of taking the key out?
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yes it can be done through coding. Cas module....Komfort_eject and ER_keyout_autovr both set to akiv
Do you know for certain in this works on a 06 E90? My grid specifies that it does. However, only Komfort_eject shows up in CAS. When i switch it from nicht_aktiv to aktiv it doest work.
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It should def work
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Do you know for certain in this works on a 06 E90? My grid specifies that it does. However, only Komfort_eject shows up in CAS. When i switch it from nicht_aktiv to aktiv it doest work.
It should show up in CAS -- update your daten maybe? As for other questions in this thread:

- Whether it only opens the driver door or all doors is determined by which of those settings you've got configured for when you press the fob Unlock button.

- For this to work at all you need to have the drive-off auto-LOCK feature enabled and the doors need to lock for that reason. If you press the central locking button on the console, the doors won't auto-unlock the next time you turn the engine off.

- Comfort eject only works if you hold the Start/Stop button down for 2 seconds to turn the car completely off, bypassing ignition on mode. Pressing it normally, even twice, won't cause the fob to eject.
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Do you know for certain in this works on a 06 E90? My grid specifies that it does. However, only Komfort_eject shows up in CAS. When i switch it from nicht_aktiv to aktiv it doest work.
Post us your CAS .trc file.

Also, if your car is an early 06 and doesn't have auto lock upon driving, that can be coded by adding to your vehicle order.
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Hate to revive a thread, but it's highly relevant to my current situation:

09 328i no comfort access. I have both Komfort_eject and ER_keyout_autovr in my .trc, and I've set them both to aktiv, but I don't seem to have auto unlock on key out, still.

I read something that suggested to me that perhaps the options would only do anything on CA vehicles, is that definitively the case?

Certainly I can simply disable auto locking in the BC (and for now, have), but ideally I'd have the doors auto lock, then auto unlock when the key is removed.
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- For this to work at all you need to have the drive-off auto-LOCK feature enabled and the doors need to lock for that reason. If you press the central locking button on the console, the doors won't auto-unlock the next time you turn the engine off.

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... Certainly I can simply disable auto locking in the BC (and for now, have), but ideally I'd have the doors auto lock, then auto unlock when the key is removed.
Hey Alex - I'm no coding pro, but I have CA and the auto-lock feature works for me on a 2008 E91. Having said that, it seems you said you BC - DISabled the auto lock and it needs to be BC - ENabled to work... am I reading that right, or you mean you DID / USED TO have it enabled and it didn't work when you coded it?

I have noticed on occasion (I have about a dozen items coded on my machine) every once in awhile a feature I have coded doesn't work and then later it works. Natrually this seems impossible - unless there is a reason, for example I just cleared a confusion about the Welcome Lights: I had fogs coded to come on with Welcome lights. Was working fine, I did it last night and now it didn't work. I was confused until I realized I had my light switch in "0" position, and it needs to be in "Auto" - now they work again. Perhaps your non-working properly-coded auto-locks are suffering some similar problem where prerequisite conditions aren't being met?
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Yep, drive-off lock was previously enabled. You have CA, so yes, it should work. I don't, so perhaps I'm simply out of luck.
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If the car doesn't Automatically close the doors on its own which you have to set on the Navi and if you dont have Navi then it must be set in the BC functions, then it won't open automatically. Basically if you press the lock button on your own before the car drives off, then the doors will not auto open.
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