Tags: INPA K+DCAN

Car: BMW 2008 328xi e90 Purpose: kill tpms and enable FTM   Procedure: ** Disconnect RDC Module above battery in trunk behind insolation ** 1) NCS EXPERT, FILE, PROFILE, EXPERTMODE 2) F1 (vIN, ZCF/FA) 3) F3 (ZCS/FA F. ECU) 4) SELECT CHASSIS 5) CAS, (VIN SHOULD POPULATE), OK 6) F2, ENTER FA 7) SELECT CHASSIS,…

BWM E60 automatic transmission reset and relearn by using BMW INPA K+DCAN cable. It is a reset method of learning function. Especially when there is something wrong with a large displacement car There seems to be improvement in some cases. (Physical breakdown is excluded) Launch INPA and select GS 19 Select F6 Reset complete with F3 www.obdii365.com

Dr.gini B020 BMW diagnostic software is a new program released as BMW ICOM software and tested OK to work perfect with a communication interface (BMW ICOM, BMW ICOM Next, BMW ENET cable, PASSTHRU or INPA K+DCAN cable). Dr gini BMW download FREE: Unknown security https://mega.co.nz/#F!VwJzgByC!K0krmp2Rfy86NetmhCIx6A or https://mega.co.nz/#F!Fl5WBR5D!Svh3FVE4A3FQboexaVPtFA Dr gini BMW download: Tested OK http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/v2017-7-bmw-icom-software.html How to install Dr.gini – b020: Step 1: install EDIABAS. Run the EDIABAS _7.3.0.msi in the EDIABAS folder to install the…

I would like to share my experience of CIC programming with BMW ICOM ISTA-P, after a new FRM installation, especially for tips of how to solve CIC Programming Aborted Mode with ISTA/P. Background information: Was trying to install a new FRM (old one bricked itself, was doing some basic diagnostics and the voltage dropped too low I guess). Everywhere I read said that the easiest way to install a new FRM is to just use ISTA/P in expert mode and it will run it through the programming and coding necessary. I bought a nice power supply to prevent any more bricked modules, and figured I’d give it a shot. I was just blindly clicking through ISTA/P (first time using it) and hadn’t realized that its test plan also included programming and coding a bunch of other modules besides the FRM, some of which were on the MOST bus. I only have a INPA K+D/CAN cable and an ICOM emulator, so when it started programming the CIC nothing really happened (that, or it was happening very slowly). Eventually, my battery died because the power supply had actually slipped off one of the leads. Mega fail! Now, ISTA/D says that the CIC is in programming aborted mode. Useful tip i used: In tool32 run the job: flash_programmier_status_lesen My bet is it will return 7 – programming session active for CIC. I guess as nothing happened during the ISTA flash your CIC is stuck in bootloader mode. CIC is made up of 3 parts which must be flashed in correct order (obviously ISTA does this automatically but I’ll explain it as it may help you solve the problem). 63 -> 62 -> A0 The numbers refer to ECU addresses so… 63 = MASK/CIC 62 = MOSTGW A0 = CIC Bootloader / program / data I think only an ICOM A+ICOMB / Opps unit will you be able to recover this CIC by reflashing with ISTAP. Only 62 can be flashed with K+DCAN. The complete package requires MOST (ICOM B) correctly configured. Hope this helps…   (case + suggestion from e90post forum, obd365.com will not responsible for what you will try) https://www.reddit.com/r/OBD2/comments/4cuhb0/bmw_cic_programming_aborted_mode_fixed_with_istap/

N54 Injector Swap & Coding Diy!   Here is a little DIY tutorial on how to swap and code BMW N54 injector at lowest cost. INJECTOR PART# 13537585261 DECOUPLING ELEMENT PART# 13537564751 USB FOR CODING: BMW INPA K+DCAN USB Interface “You are on your own risk“ Anyway… —————————————- I started getting some hesitation/stumble on low rpm’s…

Recently i managed to install this BMW ICOM Rheingold 3.50.32 software to my laptop and connect it to my E90 320d using INPA K+DCAN cable. It is very good software to troubleshoot, diagnose fault, coding, workshop manual and register new battery with step by step guides. if not mistaken, BMW service centers and dealers also using…

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