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Old 03-22-2018, 09:36 PM
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Default MS43 SW Update - Cant find daten

Hey guys...

Recently we did a auto-manual swap and part of the process we wanted to flash the ECU with newer software.

and 7512254

Are the actual numbers from the ECU but i cant seem to find the update in daten files from bmw. With Bosch ECU's there are descriptions in files usually and MSS52/54 files also. I cant seem to find that for MS43 so i flashed an update with WinKFP but i'm getting an "ECU self test error" so it's a SW issue and i cant find the old daten file.

Anyone care to look for a updated daten file? It's now a M54B22 Manual.

I searched with BMW Coding Tool and other SW through datens but cant seem to find the zb#.

Thanks in advance.

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