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Old 04-19-2014, 03:39 AM
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Default E36 DME software

So, i have a 96 318ti and i bought a used supercharger kit for it. the kit came with a DME with a tune for the supercharger. I can connect the new DME to my car and align the EWS to my car and it starts and runs. The problem is that the car the DME came from is a newer vehicle with 2 things my car doesnt have; first is a secondary air valve/pump, and second is a fuel tank pressure sensor. Without seeing those values a check engine light comes on and faults are stored for missing signals from pressure sensor and secondary air pump.

I was wondering if anybody knew of any software that i could connect to the car and download the tune from the newer DME and then re install the original DME and program in the supercharger tune.

Any help would be great
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Old 04-25-2014, 02:29 AM
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Do you know which DME you have? Depending on the answer... Kim Freding's software might work. There are If you have a MS41.0 there are several threads on how to update the bit fields that implement SAP. No sure about the fuel tank pressure sensor.
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