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Old 11-15-2013, 06:22 AM
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Reference - Official list of E65/E66 retrofits & coding times per Progman v32

As the title states, attached is a scanned copy of the retrofits and conversion list according to BMW's programming software - Progman. Progman is no longer used by BMW Dealers as they have transitioned to a different platform which uses ISTA/P for programing and coding.
Note that many of the options listed will not show when Progman is connected to your car due to geographical region limitations. For example, a US spec car will not show the "BMW Online" as a retrofit option as it was not supported for the North American market.
Some retrofits and conversation will only be applicable for certain model years due to hardware changes during production.

If anyone has any related SIBs, please attach them to this thread.

For example, I know there are some SIBs to better explain when to apply the different transmission conversions.
Coasting jolt: Dampen coasting jolt.
Shift jolt: Dampen shift jolt.
Load change jerk: Dampen load change jerk.
City program: Activate city program.

I've also attached the list of programming times when using OPPS or OPS diagnostic heads, though I've seen similar times programming through aftermarket OBD to USB adapters.
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Old 11-16-2013, 03:07 AM
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And here is the retrofit kit Part Number list (first part number column) and respective Installation Instructions (EBA) or Owners Manual (MOI) for most retrofits. Many retrofit kits cannot be ordered in North America, some may already be NLA (no longer available).

I can obtain PDF's of some EBA documents. Send me a PM, though I will pass on some of the cost...
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File Type: pdf E65 Complete EBA list.pdf (401.7 KB, 1373 views)
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Old 04-27-2016, 06:55 PM
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Below are some of the more popular retrofits:
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File Type: pdf EBA 0139927 Aux Heating.pdf (1.33 MB, 144 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0143229 Mud Flaps.pdf (129.9 KB, 109 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0146618 DVD Changer.pdf (1.05 MB, 270 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0149181 PDC Front & Rear.pdf (2.52 MB, 99 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0149257 Ski Sack.pdf (179.9 KB, 144 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0153180 TV Video Module.pdf (412.2 KB, 188 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0154616 Active Cruise Control.pdf (693.2 KB, 355 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0154624 Navigation.pdf (765.0 KB, 106 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0300852 Rear-View Camera Retrofit for 02-05MY - UPDATED.pdf (1.04 MB, 287 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0392558 Sirius Retrofit.pdf (495.4 KB, 180 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0395829 Aux Heating.pdf (2.03 MB, 184 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0415939 iPod Interface.pdf (611.3 KB, 140 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0417339 Night Vision.pdf (849.4 KB, 250 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 2156831 Trailer Tow Hitch.pdf (972.4 KB, 91 views)
File Type: pdf EBA 0147454 Trailer Tow Hitch.pdf (985.2 KB, 75 views)
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Old 12-26-2016, 07:54 AM
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Recently I was able to get ISTA/P working and wanted to update this thread with a list of current Conversations / Retrofits available at your local BMW Dealer. See the first attachment to the list after doing an initial measures plan on my USA spec 745i. I have added ACC (Active Cruise Control) and the Multimedia (DVD) Changers, but I'm not sure if they would be listed anyways as these retrofits were never supported in USA spec cars. Some of the conversions I'm familiar with, and added comments in RED font.

I then changed my Vehicle Order to a EURO spec 745i (removed GL63 and added GL61) to see if the list would change. The initial measures plan wanted me to install a new DME (engine ECU), reprogram my AGS (transmission) and SVS (likely from US English to UK English) and lastly install a new TCU (telephone ECU). I re-ran the list of Conversions and only saw one change - adding the Pro Telephone with Handset (2nd page of partial list).

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Old 01-13-2017, 06:19 PM
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And if you get ISTA/P working, here is a list of Car Key Memory options for the E65 / E66. Some options may not show up depending on the country version (USA vs. EURO).
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File Type: pdf Car Key Memory for E65 E66.pdf (1.88 MB, 132 views)
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Old 06-02-2017, 04:12 PM
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I did some more research on "City program: Activate city program." mentioned in Post #1 above. I believe this was renamed to "Conversion, Active Urban Program" in ISTA per Post #4. This appears to only apply to 745's produced from 09/2003 up to and including 02/2005 per "Situation C" in the attached SIB for Harsh 3-2 and/or 2-1 Downshifts.

Per the 2nd PDF, ZF made 2 different hardware revisions, which lead to 3 unique groups of transmissions for the pre-facelift. The production periods line up with the SIB.

If you select "Conversion, Active Urban Program" in ISTA/P, this will add KPLC to your vehicle order and ask for a different flash file to be written to your transmission ECU (EGS).

The "jolt" conversion was tested further down this thread.
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File Type: pdf SIB 241707 Harsh 3-2 and or 2-1 Downshifts.pdf (36.8 KB, 26 views)
File Type: pdf BMW 745i ZF Transmission Versions.pdf (299.8 KB, 21 views)

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Old 06-12-2017, 06:55 AM
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Hi, can you tell me what "activate damp load change jolt" dose and if is applicable to my EUR-730d-e65-2004.

Already done: -Activate urban mode, and programmed to latest EGS software with ISTA/P. I saw is for 745i and I have 730d but, it`s the same gearbox zf6hp26.
My gearbox now changes almost perfect. Only 2 problems: 2-1 at stop sometimes gives me a jolt and sometimes when i push it (on load) 6-5, 5-4, 4-3, 3-2 when it changes the gear it gives`s me a big shock in gearbox (a big jolt).
-Oil changed
-Guibo changed
Did you activate damp load change jolt ? what`s the diference ? can urban mode or damp load change jolt be deactivated ?

Thank You.

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Old 06-16-2017, 10:17 AM
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I don't know what "activate damp load change jolt" does specifically, as I haven't found any documentation on it. I have not added it to a measures plan in ISTA/P yet, but once I do... I will update this post.

As for your transmission, I don't know how many KM are on it, but if there are over 160,000 km then I would also change the center support bearing. Through a gear change, the driveline torque will go down, which can allow the drive shaft to become unloaded and "drop" a few millimeters if you have wear in your center support bearing. Once the gear shift completes, the driveline torque would go up and stiffen the driveshaft causing a jolt. That's my theory. I also changed the centering bearing (more of a bushing) while I had my drive shaft out. I posted pictures on this forum.

You could also look at your transmission adaptation values. If you have more than one clutch fill pressure at 750, I think those clutches are worn? If there is a ZF shop in Romania, they would know a lot more than me...

UPDATE: had time to select "activate damp load change jolt" in ISTA/P, input the IBAC code and create a Measures Plan. It adds option NL12 to your vehicle order (CAS and LM module), but I didn't see anything else being done for my 745i. Further research shows different software would be used for your transmission ONLY if you have a facelift Euro 760i (VIN type HL01, HL02, HN01 or HN02). The E65AT file indicates NL12 = "Umruestung Schlag nach Schiebephase - Holland", which Google translates to "Changeover after pushing - Holland" or "Revolutions after Thrust Phase - Holland"... so maybe that would change engine RPM after a gear shift??

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Old 06-16-2017, 11:20 AM
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Thanks for your reply, my tranny has 388.000 km , ill go and check my adaptations. Hmm I think is my fault: at 310.000 km some vibrations on troque converter and flywheel (I think is deformed, when is warm 5-10 min changes his shape and vibrations are almost gone) on 1500-2000 rpm when is cold showed up, I didn't fix this problem.
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