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Old 03-23-2013, 05:45 PM
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Talking Successfully coded Bi-Xenon flash to pass

I have finally figured out how to have xenon flash to pass (pulling back on the stalk). I never cared for the inner halogens
Anyways

Using NCS in the LMA module look for BI_XENON_BEI_LH set to AKTIV
and voila!


Also while you are in the LMA you can change your fog lights to stay on with your high beams by changing FL_UND_NSW_NICHT_GLEICHZ to NICHT_AKTIV

Anddddd if you have HID fogs like I do and didnt order the resistors like me, set the following to NICHT_AKTIV, this will prevent errors in the Idrive

KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L

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Old 03-23-2013, 05:47 PM
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Good find!
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Awesome.. I'm going to do that.. On the fog lights.. I have resistors.. What does those coding options do?
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KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L

These are for the hot and cold monitoring of the lights. Exactly what that does, im not sure. But if you dont have resistors it prevents the error fro showing in the Idrive, only downfall if if a light does fail, you will only know by sight

Does that answer your question?
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:29 PM
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:37 PM
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KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
KALTUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_R
WARMUEBERWACHUNG_NSW_L

These are for the hot and cold monitoring of the lights. Exactly what that does, im not sure. But if you dont have resistors it prevents the error fro showing in the Idrive, only downfall if if a light does fail, you will only know by sight

Does that answer your question?
Thanks for that Bro. I never did understand the hot and cold monitoring. Did I mention, good find.
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great find ! and thanks
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Thanks for sharing Kaile. I'm going to try this today!
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So you wanted to flash with your main headlights? Im not sure what the point of changing that was?
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So you wanted to flash with your main headlights? Im not sure what the point of changing that was?
Not really a point to it. I wanted to see if it could be done. And I was inspired by a Mini Cooper
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