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Old 07-21-2014, 05:00 PM
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Hi all,

I'm new to this and have read a few guides but still can't seem to code my folding mirrors to auto fold when i lock the car.

I believe the module is KGM but i can't find that module when i "choose ECU" in NCS expert.

Can anyone help please ?

I have a 2004 530d Touring

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It seems it might come under TMBT/TMFT (Doors modules). I'll check tomorrow.

I have comfort access as i can close all the windows while holding down the lock button on the key fob so i don't understand why i don't have the KGM module.

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Please delete this thread.

I've done it. On cars pre-09/2005 its the TMFT / TMBT module.
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Hi

I'm trying to do the same for my e92 (2011) but i cannot find any TMFT or TMBT ecu for my car... any suggestions?

Folding my mirrors while confort- closing (holding down the close button for about 2 sec) works fine...

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I'm trying to do the same for my e92 (2011) but i cannot find any TMFT or TMBT ecu for my car... any suggestions?

Folding my mirrors while confort- closing (holding down the close button for about 2 sec) works fine...

Because you don't have them ;-)
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I'm trying to do the same for my e92 (2011) but i cannot find any TMFT or TMBT ecu for my car... any suggestions?

Folding my mirrors while confort- closing (holding down the close button for about 2 sec) works fine...

In your car in FRM module.
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Thanks Tombo

What settings do I have to configure to auto-fold the mirrors while closing the car?

btw. do you see any problems in winter when the car/mirror is frozen?


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