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Old 07-24-2009, 01:14 AM
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etc etc if i then copy and paste one of the command lines eg. 00 04 BF 72 02 CB then send this on the bus it seems to be acknowledged but no action to door locks? I am in need of more help to understand .....cheers Rondo
You're doing the right thing

You now need to analyse the sequence and determine what command is controlling the windows.

Keep analysing and testing until it becomes clear what does what.
That's exactly what I do.

I cannot offer any more advice without a full log file for analysis, supplied together with a timeframe of what you where doing when

eg:
prepare the car and NavCoder and a watch and notepad, maybe with a second person.
At a certain time, lock the car and close all windows. Note the time you pressed the button initially, and note the time the windows started closing. You need to note the time down to the second.
Wait a few minutes for the ibus to stop talking.
Then save the log file, and save your notes.

Do the same again for unlocking and opening the windows.

Then compare notes and logfile, look at what time you noted that you sent the command, what time the windows started closing, and match to the corresponding commands in the log file.

Look carefully at the sequence of events.

To emulate the Window Closing command, you may need to emulate a sequence of commands - I am not sure as I don't have a log of this.
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Old 07-24-2009, 01:15 AM
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And when you are finished, tell me the results and I'll update NavCoder :-)
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Old 07-24-2009, 01:19 AM
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@kiwijochen: on what cars should DRL work? is there any limitation?
Yes, there are limitations.

Cars with LCM_I have no DRL capabilities (CI 14...17)
This means cars prior to Sept 1998, I believe

Cars with LCM_II onwards can have DRL capabilities (CI18...)

But NavCoder only understands LDRL coding up to LCM coding index 30, because DRL was changed in CI31
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Old 07-27-2009, 12:53 AM
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Hi johan thanks for your advice this is my log as you suggested .I have edited the file and with some study begin to see some order to this.I would like to have your input as to what you think the complete sentence for #1 lock car and #2 close windows & sunroof
cheers Rondo
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Hi johan thanks for your advice this is my log as you suggested .I have edited the file and with some study begin to see some order to this.I would like to have your input as to what you think the complete sentence for #1 lock car and #2 close windows & sunroof
cheers Rondo
Unfortunately nowhere in your log file you identify the timestamp where the windows started opening.
Using the window switches to open windows does not send any control commands over the ibus, it just sends a status update of windows/doors.

You need to open the windows with the remote (and NOT with the window switches) - then, the GM should instruct the window module what to do.
HOWEVER: we may not see anything... because I think the window module is not connected to the ibus.

The remote operates in 2 stages:
Stage 1: unlock car
Stage 2: open windows (after a few seconds with the button remaining pressed all the time)
You need to identify in the log the times when Stage 1 occured (easy) and when Stage 2 occurs (take notes, use stopwatch...)

Try again...

PS: at least your log files helped somewhat. I have now added message 0x73 to my list of known ibus message types.
0x73 = "Immobiliser status request"

:-)

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Hi Jochen, would it be possible to add support for the Intravee II so that we who have them can use it as an I-bus interface, I think that the serial interface speed would need to go up to 115,000 to be able to use it.

I'm happy to test it all for you.
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Hi Jochen, would it be possible to add support for the Intravee II so that we who have them can use it as an I-bus interface, I think that the serial interface speed would need to go up to 115,000 to be able to use it.

I'm happy to test it all for you.
What do you mean?

Use the intravee interface as an ibus interface, with COM port set to 115,200 baud?

PM me for details...
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KiwiJochen,

I had this same question on the Intravee II forums. Is there a way to configure the SW?

Thanks,

Tee
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Hi,

I have a bmw m3 of 10/2001. I mounted the LED rear lights. is possible encoding the LCM and turn off the alarm?

The DRL on my car is available?
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