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Old 12-23-2015, 03:43 PM
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Hello,
I am trying to code AUX by following the tutorial shown here: [Only for registered users... ]

I was able to successfully Add "+NAUX" to the vehicle order and Write it to the ECU.

But when trying to code the module w/ Revtor's NCS EXPERT Profile I can only get so far (6:13 in the above YouTube clip) before receiving the error below. I am able to select the body style "E60" and then able to select ECU "CAS". My VIN will display, but when I select "F6" Back I receive the following error. I am not able to make it to the "Process the ECU" step.

Error:
coapi-1020: datei konnte nicht zum Lesen geoeffnet werden.
C:\NCSEXPER\WOK\FSW_PSW.MAN
"Coapi -1020 : file could not be opened for reading"

I must have a broken file somewhere, I checked in the NCS Expert c:/ drive DATEN folder (see pdf attachment for screenshot) and all files seem to be there under E60. Also, all files seem to be in the c:/CFGDAT file (see pdf attachment for screenshot).

Any tips or suggestions?
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File Type: pdf CFGDAT.pdf (133.6 KB, 25 views)

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Okay, by editing the FSW_PSW Work file - changing the AUX_CONFIG script from Not Mounted to Mounted and saving the file as MAN, I resolved the issue above.

New error. I select: Change Job - then select: CODIERDATEN_LESEN, but when I select Read/ECU I receive the following error...


Error in CABD! Look at CABI.ERR and ERROR.LOG!

COAPI-2041:FALSGER SG-Codierindex A_E60CCC: CODIERINDEX
= 0Ch CCC_APP.C04: CODIERINDEX = 04
COAPI-2041: Falscher SG-Coderierindex CODIERDATEN_LESEN




I found these instructions below, where do I find this "module CAUDI change INPUT_SCALING_SUB2 = wert_02"

First, add +NAUX in VO,in CAPPL change AUX_CONFIG = mounted
and module CAUDI change INPUT_SCALING_SUB2 = wert_02
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Old 12-27-2015, 02:50 PM
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I updated my Daten Files which resolved my issue. Aux input feature is now active and functioning normally. I even added a Bluetooth interface that powers up and down with the ignition.
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How did you update your files?
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