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Old 06-11-2014, 02:10 PM
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Default Alarm coding help

2001 M3 vert. Stock except for Eagle Eye LED tails (with the resistors, so no bulb light).

The details;
I HAD it coded for turns flash upon lock/unlock and Comfort opening/closing with the top.
I then coded it for "Cold bulb check = nicht_aktiv" so the tails don't pulse during the check.
Since then, updated the stereo and antenna amplifier to the MP3 head unit.

Somewhere along the way the turns stopped flashing on lock/unlock. Top still opens closes with the remote.

Now;
Attempting to add a factory alarm. have the siren in. Tested via GT1 and it works.
Checked the coding, all settings for flash on lock/unlock are still set to aktiv and the alarm IS enabled (NCS says aktiv and GT1 sees it)

Still no flash OR alarm activation.

SO,, what am I missing???


HELP, Bill


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