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Old 12-26-2018, 01:46 PM
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No, I have the low cluster.
I always assumed 2004+ LCI facelift had high cluster
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I think that with pre face-lift E53 you are stuck with low cluster but post face-lift you could have either cluster?? Is there maybe other criteria that determines which cluster a vehicle has? maybe fits together with NAV or DSP? This might be all different with the E46.
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I think that with pre face-lift E53 you are stuck with low cluster but post face-lift you could have either cluster?? Is there maybe other criteria that determines which cluster a vehicle has? maybe fits together with NAV or DSP? This might be all different with the E46.
Mine is 2004 LCI, DSP but no Nav. As far as the E46, I dug around in my LCM trace files and found nothing for temperature like we have in our E53 LCM.
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Mine is a 2001 3.0i, high cluster, confirmed NO light.
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I never noticed but my and wife's temp gauge does light up the red zone during start up test and also when she overheated the other day.


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After updating the data, this is what I kept. BTW I try this on my wifes X3 2004 With an M54 engine, and the HEX code did not look like the X5 at all... Mabey because of the different cluster?
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I never noticed but my and wife's temp gauge does light up the red zone during start up test and also when she overheated the other day.
And are both of those low cluster?
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After updating the data, this is what I kept. BTW I try this on my wifes X3 2004 With an M54 engine, and the HEX code did not look like the X5 at all... Mabey because of the different cluster?
Why the ED hex at the final point? 237C?
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Hello wpoll, may I ask what temp range you went with for your gauge on your 3.0d?
What was your original hex values?
And what did you change it to?
Have you considered making your speedo more accurate by changing that too?
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Old 12-26-2018, 10:32 PM
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I sent the modified C22 module .TRC file with my added parameter drop dead warning at 115C that matched my final point in my gauge to my LCM. So if I (or my significant other ) were to miss it and the message and gong were to ever come on I know I can cut the engine safely without permanent damage. The original 125C would have been a little on the "well done" side for me...
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