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      02-22-2019, 04:57 PM   #111
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Are you talking about the wheel that changes how bright the dash is lite up? I only have one adjustment and then my headlight switch. So what exactly do I need to adjust for the coding I posted? Thank you for your help!
Yes. So you can follow that coding exactly, except note the 3073/3066 error that I mentioned.
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Are you talking about the wheel that changes how bright the dash is lite up? I only have one adjustment and then my headlight switch. So what exactly do I need to adjust for the coding I posted? Thank you for your help!
Yes. So you can follow that coding exactly, except note the 3073/3066 error that I mentioned.
Perfect! Anything I should be worried about in expert mode?
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      02-22-2019, 05:26 PM   #113
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Are you talking about the wheel that changes how bright the dash is lite up? I only have one adjustment and then my headlight switch. So what exactly do I need to adjust for the coding I posted? Thank you for your help!
Yes. So you can follow that coding exactly, except note the 3073/3066 error that I mentioned.
Perfect! Anything I should be worried about in expert mode?
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      02-22-2019, 05:55 PM   #114
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Perfect! Anything I should be worried about in expert mode?
Just be doubly certain what you are about to change, and MOST IMPORTANT keep a detailed list of all the changes (item name, plus before and after values).

When you use Esys you can read all the values from the car and browse them at your leisure. With Bimmercode it's not so easy to check, and I'd recommend installing Esys for that purpose. You don't need to get involved in all the hassle about the Tokenmaster Launcher, unless you actually want to use Esys for making changes. You can also get TM's free program for browsing the extracted data, which is great as it documents most of the values. This makes it easier to identify what you want to do in Expert Mode, and removes a lot of the scary stuff!. But be warned, it's rather addictive once you get started.
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Perfect! Anything I should be worried about in expert mode?
Just be doubly certain what you are about to change, and MOST IMPORTANT keep a detailed list of all the changes (item name, plus before and after values).

When you use Esys you can read all the values from the car and browse them at your leisure. With Bimmercode it's not so easy to check, and I'd recommend installing Esys for that purpose. You don't need to get involved in all the hassle about the Tokenmaster Launcher, unless you actually want to use Esys for making changes. You can also get TM's free program for browsing the extracted data, which is great as it documents most of the values. This makes it easier to identify what you want to do in Expert Mode, and removes a lot of the scary stuff!. But be warned, it's rather addictive once you get started.
What is esys can you explain a bit more? I am worried about messing something up!
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What is esys can you explain a bit more? I am worried about messing something up!
Go here:
https://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...96777&page=649
and ask shawnsheridan to PM you a link to download the Esys files.

There's plenty of documentation included, and you'll never be short of advice (good and not so good) if you just ask. There is nothing to be too worried about, especially if you RTFM, and ask for comments, BEFORE you start wrecking your car.

You'll probably find a few good ideas for improving your car's usability, without having to dismantle anything.
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What is esys can you explain a bit more? I am worried about messing something up!
Go here:
https://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...7&page=649
and ask shawnsheridan to PM you a link to download the Esys files.

There's plenty of documentation included, and you'll never be short of advice (good and not so good) if you just ask. There is nothing to be too worried about, especially if you RTFM, and ask for comments, BEFORE you start wrecking your car.

You'll probably find a few good ideas for improving your car's usability, without having to dismantle anything.
Thanks appreciate it! I will have to look into it. For now I'll be messing around with bimmer code
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      11-27-2019, 09:10 PM   #118
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Hi all, thanks so much for all the info!!! Helped me to installs LED fog lights on my F30 �� extremely happy, looks way better than the yellow fog lights!
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I have trouble installing the fog lights.

It looks like it has trouble going into place.

Are the sizes of the halogen fogs and LED fogs the same?
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Can anyone please send me the final coding for Led fog lights that removes the error and flickering?
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Can anyone please send me the final coding for Led fog lights that removes the error and flickering?
Look 1 Page before.
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thanks, actually i have read the whole 6 pages, but there were different types of coding, i think the most complete one was this:

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3061 NSW_R_KALTUEBERWACHUNG -> nicht_aktiv : LED Foglights front right
3061 NSW_R_WARMUEBERWACHUNG -> nicht_aktiv : LED Foglights front right
3061 NSW_R_IS_LED -> aktiv : LED Foglights front right
3062 MAPPING_ABBIEGEL_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 -> 100% : LED Foglights front right
3061 NSW_R_UE_SPG_SCHUTZ -> dimmed : LED Foglights front right
3063 MAPPING_NEBELSCHW_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 -> 100% : LED Foglights front right

3061 NSW_L_KALTUEBERWACHUNG -> nicht_aktiv : LED Foglights front left
3061 NSW_L_WARMUEBERWACHUNG -> nicht_aktiv : LED Foglights front left
3061 NSW_L_IS_LED -> aktiv : LED Foglights front left
3061 NSW_L_UE_SPG_SCHUTZ -> dimmed : LED Foglights front left
3063 MAPPING_NEBELSCHW_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 -> 100% : LED Foglights front left
3062 MAPPING_ABBIEGEL_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 -> 100% : LED Foglights front left



3062 MAPPING_abbiegel_L_output -> nsw_l : Foglight when turning
3062 Mapping_abbiegel_R_output -> nsw_r : Foglight when turning
3073 KL_ENABLE_RE -> KL_Ein : Foglight when turning
3066 KL_ENABLE_LI -> KL_Ein : Foglight when turning
3073 C_CLC_ENA -> enable : Foglight when turning
3073 C_BLC_ENA -> enable : Foglight when turning



3063 Mapping Nevelschw L Part of WL soft-on nicht_aktiv : Foglight left as welcome
3063 Mapping Nevelschw R Part of WL soft-on nicht_aktiv : Foglight right as welcome
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      08-26-2021, 03:15 AM   #123
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One little LED of the fog light is always on!

I have successfully installed the fog lights and done the coding, there is no error on the car and also no flickering, but there is just one problem, one little LED of the fog lights is always one even when the car is off, as you can see in the picture. and in another picture I have shown the amount of light it has at night.

I was wondering is there any way to make this little LED off?! maybe by coding?!

and If there is nothing I can do about it, doesn’t it drains the battry that i should worry about?!
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      10-20-2021, 04:40 PM   #124
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Hey all, I have the LCI LED fogs on my 2016 F30. Is it possible to switch out the led bulb inside the housing? I recently acquired LEDs that switch between yellow and white and wanna see if there's a way to use them. Thanks!
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      10-20-2021, 06:04 PM   #125
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The LED fogs do not appear to have replaceable bulbs.
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