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Old 07-19-2017, 08:44 PM
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Default E71 M-ASK -> CCC retrofit + RFK

Hey guys,

Need a little help here...

I've got a car from a customer with a really weird equipment package.. Its an 2008 X6 3.0d with M-ASK unit and RFK (reversing camera) i changed the mask unit with CCC but the RFK does not work with CCC. Coded $609 and 3AG (which was allready in VO) but when put in reverse only PDC shows up.

Under the M-ASK unit there was a video switch unit (BMW OEM) which i suppose is there to convert LVDS to CVBS... 3 connectors, 1 natural 12 pin and 2x display connectors going from the unit to CID and from unit to M-ASK or CCC.

EVerything working just the RFK not... There is not even any error when diagnozing the problem... I have tried routing the video signal cables directly to CCC unit according to ISTA wiring but no success...

Anyone did something like this?

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