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Old 12-01-2017, 11:27 AM
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Default e39 520i DME ecu coding

I have the 2002 BMW E39 520i. In my car, I tried to encode the M52tu engine with the DME winkfp program. I opened Winkfp, I chose "comfort mode". I selected "update ZUSB" and then "MDS42" from the drop down menu. I wrote "enter VIN" VIN number. "PABD = 10MDS42.IPO" and "PSGBD = 10MDS42.PRG". ok so far, but when coding; he wrote "PROG FAILSAFE" on the odometer display.I programmed it without problems. When I ran the test drive, the mileage meter and the fuel consumption indicator started to show up incorrectly. I saw "TRANS.FAILSAFE" ,for a short time on the screen. the speed of RPM also falls in automatic gear change, rising, staying in place, etc. it does not show it in short. Will programming the automatic gear ECU with the winkfp program solve the problem? Did I make faulty Dme programming? I think there is CAN-BUS error in my car. What programming should I do to correct it? Vehicle triptronic automatic version 5-speed.
Thank you in advance for your help. I am sorry for my English.

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