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Old 07-19-2012, 08:52 AM
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Coding new DME on E65

I have just fitted a brand new (remanufactured?) DME in my 2003 E65. The unit was supplied by RPM Motorsport ($800) with the correct software and vin number programmed in. A friend with Carsoft 7.3 performed a CAS / DME synchronization, as instructed by RPM Motorosport, and hey presto! the car started and is running fine. I performed a full quick test with DIS v57 and got the following error message:-

"DME 28D6 - No DME coding - DME not yet coded - Fault currently present - Fault does not cause warning lamp (MIL) to illuminate."

I got back to RPM Motorsport and they replied that the DME needs coding with SSS Progman or Autologic. I was a bit put out by this revelation as their website stated quite clearly that the only additional process required for their new DMEs is synchronization with the vehicle CAS.

I have a friend who has access to a fully working SSS Progman v32 installation (with the yellow head OPS interface) and we would like to have a go at coding the DME but are afraid of 'bricking' my $800 investment.

Help from any experienced SSS Progman user out there would be much appreciated(a Progman screen by screen run through would be great).
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Old 07-19-2012, 11:50 AM
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if no one steps up check out bmwcoding.com very knowledgeable guys over there
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Old 07-19-2012, 01:28 PM
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You can perform these functions with SSS, but it is not the fastest method to code a module. If you have access to NCSexpert I can walk you through coding the module that way. Otherwise you can code the DME through SSS and it will determine what needs to be done and present you with a measurement plan before any action is taken on the vehicle.
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Old 07-21-2012, 06:01 PM
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You can perform with SSS. It takes about 25min and make sure you hook the charger. Battery need to between 13V and 14V. I did it and it was fine.
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:56 AM
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Coding new DME on E65

Thanks to all you guys who replied to my thread about coding my new DME. In the end I decided not to risk voiding the warranty by trying to code the DME myself. I found an independent BMW specialist who performed the coding with his Autologic setup, for a very reasonable 40.
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