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Hello,

I made a big mistake while coding, happens when doing something you don't master.

I seems that the car is thinking is a 6coupe while it is 4coupe F32.
I most probably played with modified FA, to be able to modify/flash an new ECU (ASD)

I have all the original files saved,
Question is how to revert back, please ?

Will the following help in restoring the FA/VO to original state ?
http://codingf10.com/how-to-edit-vo-fa-step-by-step-guide/

see ISTA picture showing the bad result.


 

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Load original unmodified FA and VO Code all modules (except DME / DDE) to reset them.
 

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Link is dead.
Can someone give me an idea of what I could have done wrong.
My car had only 2 error codes on the AC unit, now I have 6. I was getting to know the E-sys program, and I did some sort of update. I have no idea what I did and how to go back.

This came out after I pressed the update button.

MCDDiagService"<"id=378649, job=com.bmw.psdz.jobs.uds.MCD3_ReadF11DataFromMSM, service=RC_GET_PARAMETER_N11 - RoutineControll GetParameter N11, description=error: negative response : requestOutOfRange, link=MSM_ETHERNET">" [DIAGSERVICE]

MCDDiagService"<"id=398649, job=com.bmw.psdz.jobs.common.MCD3_ReadF11DataFromCsmClients, service=RC_GET_PARAM_N11_CSM - RoutineControll GetParameter N11 CSM, description=error: negative response : requestOutOfRange, link=HU_NBT_63_ETHERNET">" [DIAGSERVICE]

MCDDiagService"<"id=378649, job=com.bmw.psdz.jobs.uds.MCD3_ReadF11DataFromMSM, service=RC_GET_PARAMETER_N11 - RoutineControll GetParameter N11, description=error: negative response : requestOutOfRange, link=MSM_ETHERNET">" [DIAGSERVICE]

MCDDiagService "<"id=378649, job=com.bmw.psdz.jobs.uds.MCD3_ReadF11DataFromMSM, service=RC_GET_PARAMETER_N11 - RoutineControll GetParameter N11, description=error: negative response : requestOutOfRange, link=MSM_ETHERNET">" [DIAGSERVICE]

MCDDiagService"<"id=398649, job=com.bmw.psdz.jobs.common.MCD3_ReadF11DataFromCsmClients, service=RC_GET_PARAM_N11_CSM - RoutineControll GetParameter N11 CSM, description=error: negative response : requestOutOfRange, link=HU_NBT_63_ETHERNET">" [DIAGSERVICE]

MCDDiagService"<"id=378649, job=com.bmw.psdz.jobs.uds.MCD3_ReadF11DataFromMSM, service=RC_GET_PARAMETER_N11 - RoutineControll GetParameter N11, description=error: negative response : requestOutOfRange, link=MSM_ETHERNET">" [DIAGSERVICE]

TSL update successfully finished

I seem to have made a file, but I am not sure if it is the correct one to use to restore the car to where it was previous to my disaster.

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="true"?>

-<faList>

-<id name="">

<comment/>

-<ns1:fa xmlns:ns1="http://bmw.com/2005/psdz.data.fa">

<ns1:header vinLong="VIN NUMBER" time="22:08:15" date="2020-05-18+02:00" createdBy=""/>

-<ns1:standardFA typeKey="3K51" timeCriteria="0315" series="F031" fabricCode="BEL1" faVersion="3" colourCode="0475">

-<ns1:eCodes>

<ns1:eCode>A090</ns1:eCode>

<ns1:eCode>POLS</ns1:eCode>

</ns1:eCodes>

-<ns1:saCodes>

<ns1:saCode>1CA</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>216</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>230</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>249</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>258</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>2A5</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>2VB</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>2XE</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>302</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>3AA</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>3BE</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>402</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>420</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>423</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>428</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>431</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>441</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>465</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>481</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>493</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>494</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>4AD</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>4AE</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>4DL</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>502</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>508</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>520</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>521</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>522</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>534</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>544</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>548</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>563</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>575</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>5AL</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>5DA</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>5DC</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>609</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>698</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AC</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AE</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AK</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AM</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AN</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AP</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6AR</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6NS</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>6WA</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>760</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>7AC</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>7VB</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>7XP</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>801</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>851</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>879</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>8KA</ns1:saCode>

<ns1:saCode>9AA</ns1:saCode>

</ns1:saCodes>

<ns1:hoCodes/>

</ns1:standardFA>

</ns1:fa>

</id>

</faList>"
 

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I also have a FAlistSample on xml format. would this help me?
 
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