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      04-05-2013, 01:11 AM   #1
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Frm to Frm2 help

I just recieved used frm2 today and i need help. Can someone please give me some details on how to install step by step? I know i have to do some coding after install but thats about it. The frm2 is used and i've heard i have to reprogram it? (My car is 07 335i 09/06 built AHL XENON)

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First:
you need to connect FRM2 physically to your car, if you've done it you have to use this tools: Winkfp and NCS exper. Should be enough.

First you should use WinKfp to write new VIN to FRM2.
Then you have to write in to FRM2 these same VOs as in CAS, you need just compare these both and make sure that both have this same VOs.
Next you have to remove your production date from CAS and FRM2 and add #0307.
Then you have to recode NFRM and CAS and all will be fine.
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What do you mean connect physically? And recode what in nfrm and cas? Thank you.
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What do you mean connect physically? And recode what in nfrm and cas? Thank you.
I mean it just have to be connected, I assume that it is

Yes you have to recode (reset with expert mode) your NFRM and CAS.
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can you tell me how to reset on nfrm and cas? sorry i dont really know how to reset. Thank You.
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can you tell me how to reset on nfrm and cas? sorry i dont really know how to reset. Thank You.
Load expertmode in NCSexper, choose NFRM and select SG_CODIERATEN. Then execute job.
You can find a lot information about this on internet.
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Load expertmode in NCSexper, choose NFRM and select SG_CODIERATEN. Then execute job.
You can find a lot information about this on internet.
so i do it for both nfrm and cas in expertmode? and i saw changing VO pdf and it says to FA_Write? is this correct? or SG_CODIERATEN?

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so i do it for both nfrm and cas in expertmode? and i saw changing VO pdf and it says to FA_Write? is this correct? or SG_CODIERATEN?
FA_Write to write VO, SG_CODIERATEN to recode CAS and NFRM.
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GOt it. Last questoin. sorry...About adding new vin in winkfp..do i go to comfort mode-enter vin-done? Really appreciate your help!
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GOt it. Last questoin. sorry...About adding new vin in winkfp..do i go to comfort mode-enter vin-done? Really appreciate your help!
Comfort mode/update zusb/frm/vin/done/programm
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GOt it. Last questoin. sorry...About adding new vin in winkfp..do i go to comfort mode-enter vin-done? Really appreciate your help!
Did you end up doing this successfully? How long did it all take you?

In particular, how long did winkpf take?
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Did you end up doing this successfully? How long did it all take you?

In particular, how long did winkpf take?
10 minutes for NFRM
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In particular, how long did winkpf take?
Got help from ******!!
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I have a strange problem.

When I check the VIN in INPA, it appears to have changed after using WinKFP.

But NCSExpert still shows the old VIN. Even after writing the VO.

Any help?
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I have a strange problem.

When I check the VIN in INPA, it appears to have changed after using WinKFP.

But NCSExpert still shows the old VIN. Even after writing the VO.

Any help?
Ask ******. I've got help from him on mine remotely.
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I have a strange problem.

When I check the VIN in INPA, it appears to have changed after using WinKFP.

But NCSExpert still shows the old VIN. Even after writing the VO.

Any help?

Here is what you need to do to fix it...

i. If old VIN, do a "Read ECU" in NCS
ii. Note down the .prg file that NCS is using for the FRM
iii. Close NCSExpert
iv. Load Tool32
v. Load up the .prg file that you noted
vi. Find job called "read_fgvin", run it. Old VIN?
vii. Find job "write_fgvin" add your VIN, run job
viii. Verify change by running "read_fgvin" again
ix. Checked in NCSExpert again
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Hmm I keep getting "ERROR_VALUE_FVIN"

Im supposed to type my vin into the arguments box yes?
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Type in 0 to the last number to see if it works. I think tool32 requires extra digit. Try it out. So basically whatever your VIN is add a 0 to the end of the arguement and see if that works
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Type in 0 to the last number to see if it works. I think tool32 requires extra digit. Try it out. So basically whatever your VIN is add a 0 to the end of the arguement and see if that works
That did the trick! Thank you!
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