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      01-14-2013, 07:46 PM   #1
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Need coding help in SE Michigan, HELP!

Anyone skilled in the area? I need some help - I need to code out bulb errors for my car after an LCI light upgrade. The LED turn signal lights flicker rapidly and I think this is a coding issue.

Is anyone aware of how to do this or know a shop that is familiar? With some research I could probably figure out what the coding is but I do not have any cables and I am not a tech person that knows code like some people in this forum.

Any help is truly appreciated.

Thanks!!
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i've never done an LCI tail retrofit but start by looking through these posts:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...5&postcount=13
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For pre 2009 cars:

These are the values to change: it's different depending if the car has FRM or NFRM module.



Module: FRM

Warm test Brake
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL_MI -> nicht_aktiv

Cold Test Brake
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL_MI -> nicht_aktiv

Warm test turn
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_HI -> nicht_aktiv

Cold test turn
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_HI -> nicht_aktiv

cold rear turn signal...
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

cold brake light.....
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

warm rear turn signal...
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

warm brake light..
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

Brake force display
CC_MELD_BFD_BL -> nicht_aktiv
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BFD_L -> nicht_aktiv
FEHLERMELDUNG_CC_BFD_R -> nicht_aktiv

-------------------------------------------------------


NFRM

KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

[[Cold Test Brake Light]]
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

[[Warm Test Blinker Rear]]
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BLK_H -> nicht_aktiv

[[Warm Test Brake Light]]
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BL -> nicht_aktiv

[[Cold Test Brake Force Display]]
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_BFD <--Cold BFD test

[[Warm Test Brake Force Display]]
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_BFD <--Warm BFD test
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I noticed the following still aktiv from the file above.

Set these to nicht_aktiv:

FEHLERMELD_CC_RL_BL_1_L
aktiv
FEHLERMELD_CC_RL_BL_1_R
aktiv
FEHLERMELD_CC_RL_BL_2_L
aktiv
FEHLERMELD_CC_RL_BL_2_R
aktiv

KALTUEBERW_RL_BL_1_L
aktiv
KALTUEBERW_RL_BL_1_R
aktiv
KALTUEBERW_RL_BL_2_L
aktiv
KALTUEBERW_RL_BL_2_R
aktiv

WARMUEBERW_RL_BL_1_L
aktiv
WARMUEBERW_RL_BL_1_R
aktiv
WARMUEBERW_RL_BL_2_L
aktiv
WARMUEBERW_RL_BL_2_R
aktiv

These are the rear light brake lights. These being aktiv can be the cause of the warnings.
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Anyone skilled in the area? I need some help - I need to code out bulb errors for my car after an LCI light upgrade. The LED turn signal lights flicker rapidly and I think this is a coding issue.

Is anyone aware of how to do this or know a shop that is familiar? With some research I could probably figure out what the coding is but I do not have any cables and I am not a tech person that knows code like some people in this forum.

Any help is truly appreciated.

Thanks!!
Andrew
First you need to decide whether to tackle setting up coding on your own laptop or find someone else to do the coding.

I would help, but I had to reformat my laptop, change the software, etc.. so I have to now reinstall all the coding programs/files, which is a pain in the ass.

You should post in the local forum for a local coder, or try out shops like Motorwerks in commerce. I'll probably post in the local forum once I get the coding back up and running on my laptop.

Good luck!
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Did you ever find someone to code in SE Michigan? I am looking to have a few things done as well.
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