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      05-16-2018, 08:26 AM   #1
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Esys select newer CAFD for ICM

Hi all, can someone explain me how to select a newer CAFD for ICM module?

Reason: I want to activate TLC (Lane Department Warning) and need to edit C_KOV_TLC in ICM module.

In Esys: I select ICM and Detect CAF for SWE. I only get the same CAFD files
All are CAFD_0000067B_002_003_139

I allready checked some CAFD_0000067B_002_006_xxx with CAFD Editor and those have C_KOV_TLC_Verbaut (think this will work too).

I-Step = F020-14-07-505
(I-Step when reading in VCM menu = Current F020-13-07-503)
Car: BMW 320d 2013 Germany

Q: why can't I select CAFD_0000067B_002_006_xxx which is available in used pszdata version? Do I need to flash firmware of ICM module?

Thanks in advance!
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I just tried the same thing and i also can only select a CAFD which is according to my I-Level.
So, i think you should flash your ICM to an newer I-Level.

But what is the problem with your current CAFD of the ICM?
Can't you find this value there?
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I just tried the same thing and i also can only select a CAFD which is according to my I-Level.
So, i think you should flash your ICM to an newer I-Level.

But what is the problem with your current CAFD of the ICM?
Can't you find this value there?
Yes, there's no C_KOV_TLC or C_KOV_TLC_Verbaut available in CAFD_0000067B_002_003_139.

I need this variable to be "Aktiv/Verbaut" for Lane Department Warming.
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Hi all, can someone explain me how to select a newer CAFD for ICM module?

Reason: I want to activate TLC (Lane Department Warning) and need to edit C_KOV_TLC in ICM module.

In Esys: I select ICM and Detect CAF for SWE. I only get the same CAFD files
All are CAFD_0000067B_002_003_139

I allready checked some CAFD_0000067B_002_006_xxx with CAFD Editor and those have C_KOV_TLC_Verbaut (think this will work too).

I-Step = F020-14-07-505
(I-Step when reading in VCM menu = Current F020-13-07-503)
Car: BMW 320d 2013 Germany

Q: why can't I select CAFD_0000067B_002_006_xxx which is available in used pszdata version? Do I need to flash firmware of ICM module?

Thanks in advance!
Yes. Only option is to flash ECU(s) with newer PSdZData Full.
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