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Old 12-01-2016, 09:51 AM
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Hello guys!

I've fitted a new headunit in my E53 X5 (2002). Car has NAV, 16:6 and DSP.

As you might know this is a hard one to get an aftermarket unit to work right.

I have done some wiring and made everything work. Only problem is that the DSP shuts off after 30-40 seconds. This is due to not reciving the correct I-bus signal from the factory headunit.

Question is. Is there any way to code the DSP or I-bus to not turn off when this signal is not recived?

Thanks!


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Old 12-03-2016, 08:27 PM
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Hello guys!

I've fitted a new headunit in my E53 X5 (2002). Car has NAV, 16:6 and DSP.

As you might know this is a hard one to get an aftermarket unit to work right.

I have done some wiring and made everything work. Only problem is that the DSP shuts off after 30-40 seconds. This is due to not reciving the correct I-bus signal from the factory headunit.

Question is. Is there any way to code the DSP or I-bus to not turn off when this signal is not recived?

Thanks!


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