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Old 08-17-2009, 07:04 AM
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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
Hi Jochen, all.
Just FYI (E38 and E39 cars):

LCM with CI:16 is already LCM2 (no known DRL settings for me, rumours goes it can be set after algorithm change)
LCM with CI:17 and CI:18 are LCM3 (working DRL)
LCM with CI:20 is LCM4 (working DRL but different setting values than for CI:17-18)

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Old 08-22-2009, 01:56 AM
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What about LCM with: 6907948, HW10, SW20, CI29, may 2001?The car is E46.

I tried to code DLR, but no success.
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Thanks, CI29 must be the same as CI30, I'll ad that to my notes.
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Old 08-28-2009, 04:53 PM
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What about LCM with: 6907948, HW10, SW20, CI29, may 2001?The car is E46.

I tried to code DLR, but no success.
Light modules with CI:26 to CI:29 (CI:30 maybe as well I do not know right now) are not LCM (Light Check/Control Module) anymore but are called LSZ (I think it is Licht Steuerung Zentralle - Light Control Central but no warranty). There is a change to LCM in module behaviour according to taking some of the coding in account. When LSZ module is coded to ECE region no US setting works and vice versa when LSZ module is coded to US region no ECE setting works.

I have ECE E46 with the same LSZ (PN too) CI:29 as You have and ECE_DRL should work for You with ease. Definition: Light switch at pos. 2 and ignition OFF causes all lights go off (no position lights)

The only way to get US_DRL working (Def: High beam with 18% intensity) on ECE car it that the LSZ must be coded to US region, as far as I know. You must manipulate/change ZCS to code LSZ from ECE to US and the whole process takes me over an hour to do it.

For LSZ2 (CI:31 and up) it is again possible to code ECE and US DRL together.
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Navcoder is 80% free to use, some of the newer features require the software to be registered and TBH for what you get it's a bargain.

The registration is (to me) a thank you for producing and supporting the software, as well as adding new features.
How can i do this?
Do you mean to pay or is this doing for free?
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How can i do this?
Do what mate?
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Do what mate?
How can i have Navcoder for free?
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Download it from the navcoder web site and install it, most of it will allow free use, only some things require you to register (and pay).

Clicky

If you are asking where to get a fully functioning copy "free" then I don't know (I'm happy to pay Jochen for his effort).
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How can i have Navcoder for free?
I can do this for you as follows in 3 easy steps:

1. You send me 20 Euros, just for fun

2. I'll send you a registration key free of charge, subject to Step 1

3. Voila! NavCoder for free!
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@KiwiJochen, you made me laugh
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