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Old 12-28-2015, 03:30 PM
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Default BMW F10 Auto box swap help

Hi Guys

My auto transmission on my 2010 F10 520D NON Msport NON paddles has had it and i have sourced and fitted a second hand one.

Both gearboxes are 8hp-45 however my new one is off an msport.

The problem i have is the new gearbox is looking for flappy paddles and will not shift out of park. I have updated the vin using autel MS908 with passthru however i need to do something about the paddles.

I have esys and had a look around but nothing jumps out. i have changed VO from 205 to 2TB in EGS and KOMBI also.

Faults i have are

CF1531 Message Receiver EGS, Transmitter DME (which i think is limp)
CF2101 NO message (shift paddle operation 0x207)

Does anyone know how i would code out the paddles? I will gladly pay for the help. Thanks All


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