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      04-16-2012, 08:11 AM   #1
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E92 FENDER Turn Signal / Sidemarker - Bulb Error Checks

Hi everyone,

So I installed LEDs into the e92 fender turn signals. I would like to code out the bulb check to prevent the occasional flicker.

What function value governs this bulb? I did the following, but it appears to only control the front turn signals.

KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_V_L ---> nicht_aktiv
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_V_R ---> nicht_aktiv
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_V_L ---> nicht_aktiv
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_V_R ---> nicht_aktiv
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BLK_V_L ---> nicht_aktiv
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BLK_V_R ---> nicht_aktiv

Anyone code out these bulbs? I can't pick out anything specific to them.
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      04-16-2012, 11:21 AM   #2
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There is no coding for that. You just have to live with the flicker unless you put resistors.
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      04-16-2012, 12:41 PM   #3
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Post your FRM trc please.
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      04-16-2012, 12:47 PM   #4
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Post your FRM trc please.
Here you go
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      04-16-2012, 03:49 PM   #5
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Try tu turn off all commmands with WARM and KALT and check if it helps, if yes do revers way but step by ste, if not you have bad luck ;/
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You must disable the bulb check for the rear turn signals, as the sides are connected to them.
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You must disable the bulb check for the rear turn signals, as the sides are connected to them.
Hmm, allright I'll try that first and report back.
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Hmm, allright I'll try that first and report back.
I know that it doesn't sound logical, but it's the way BMW has done it
I have done it on my car, so I know that it works.
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I know that it doesn't sound logical, but it's the way BMW has done it
I have done it on my car, so I know that it works.
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OP i have the same issue

O well i'll just live with it
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^Did you disable the checks for the REAR signals (BLK_H)
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I thought there was no code for side marker..let us know if it works I mite put led if it works for you.
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You must disable the bulb check for the rear turn signals, as the sides are connected to them.
Wow. Thanks for the insight!
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I know that it doesn't sound logical, but it's the way BMW has done it
I have done it on my car, so I know that it works.
You're right, I just coded the function values for the real turn signals and sure enough, the flickering in the fender LED bulbs is gone! Thanks

Now time to buy some LEDs for the rear turn signals
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For those that don't know, the rear turn signals are called out by BLK_H as Grant mentioned. Similar to the front turn signals, you would have to code the following to disable the bulb error checks for the rear and fender turn signals.

(Set all to nicht_aktiv)
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H_L
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H_R
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H_L
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H_R
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BLK_H_L
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BLK_H_R

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For those that don't know, the rear turn signals are called out by BLK_H as Greg mentioned.
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You're right, I just coded the function values for the real turn signals and sure enough, the flickering in the fender LED bulbs is gone! Thanks

Now time to buy some LEDs for the rear turn signals
Glad I could help
It was a long shot when I first tried this, but as the light was flickering (indicating a bulb check), there had to be a setting to disable it
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fixed, sorry
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haha no worries
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Which module are these found in? I'm trying to disable bulb checks in my 2008 E92 but none of te modules I'm opening have these in them
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Which module are these found in? I'm trying to disable bulb checks in my 2008 E92 but none of te modules I'm opening have these in them
Should be in your FRM (NFRM) module.
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