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      12-11-2012, 06:11 PM   #1
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Trying to bleed ABS but can't access DSC on my E60

I haven't had any luck getting responses on any of the other coding forums so I'm going to try my luck here even though I have an E60.

I've done some trivial coding on my 2010 535i (enabling digital speedometer and turning off bulb checks on my LED angel eyes) but have now run into a problem. I'm trying to access the DSC module so that I can bleed my ABS system. When I select "Chassis" from INPA I see three DSC-related selections:
Dynamic Stability Control
Dynamic Stability Control E60M5
Dynamic Stability Control E60-16 From ... (can't read the rest)
When I try to select either the first or last I get an error saying it detected DSC_60PP instead. I'm not sure what to do since I don't see that one in the list; however, I do see DSC_60PP.prg listed in the ECU directory. I'm currently running INPA 5.0.2 and have the V45 files installed (sgdat, ecu, daten, cfgdat). I've tried earlier versions of the E60 files as well without success. Any ideas on how I can access the DSC_60PP module?
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Try updating your ediabas to 7.2 and inpa to 5.06 and try to get 47.1 daten if they exist for your e60
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Ever find a solution to this? I'm having the same issue.
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      08-29-2015, 10:04 AM   #4
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Strange, I have the same issue and error message as the Original Poster.
2010 535i Sport

Cannot Acccess DSC or ARS modules in INPA

My daten files are 53.3 and I have the latest Ediabas. What's going on here?
Anyone have any ideas?
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Was there a solution to this ? Just came across this exact same problem today.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by christoepurrr View Post
Was there a solution to this ? Just came across this exact same problem today.
Dsc60pp does not seem to be available in INPA, so you cannot access the DSC Premium module on the 2008+ E60.

However, I installed Rheingold and it works just fine to access and activate DSC functions.
The brake bleeding procedure is a snap!

All of the necessary files seem to be there in INPA, but it is configured incorrectly, giving those errors and preventing access.
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