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Old 11-29-2019, 01:32 PM
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What do you mean by realistic values? The amount of buffer for the gauge staying in the center?
yes exactly.
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There should be info and links in the first part of this thread.
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I'm not sure the hex code for the temperature gauge can be modified in NCS Expert. BMW Scanner 1.4 (PA Soft 1.4) is what everyone has used for this mod. I did however use NCS Expert with NCS Dummy to modify the high cluster gong and message "drop dead" alert to 115C instead of 125C though. You can find that 125C line in the LCM module trace file and add the 115C parameter with NCS Dummy.
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@overboost- did you verify that the message/gong actually comes on at the new temp?
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@overboost- did you verify that the message/gong actually comes on at the new temp?
No sir. That will be a bad day if it gets to 115C.

It all should be correct, the added parameters works well on the 5 blinks from 3 blinks on my E46 LCM so I know the added parameters deliver as commanded.
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