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Codeman 05-23-2014 01:59 AM

Need original file.
 
Does anyone have an original FSW_PSW file for an E46 LSZ?

I overwrote my original file by accident because I didn't realize the GM5 file was also called FSW_PSW.

My headlights are on 'permanently' with the key now.

Apexeon 10-18-2014 09:23 PM

Everytime you do a code read on any module, it will save to fsw_psw.trc. You then edit this, change to fsw_psw.man and code the module. I don't believe you can code one module with another module's .trc/man (ecu should reject)

If there's something wrong with your lsz module, you can do one of two things:

1) (I understand this is the preferred method) Select "process car" instead of process ECU. This will undo any and all changes you have done and restore all the default values for all modules, according to your car's VO.

2) Delete the contents of fsw_psw.MAN (so it's a blank file). Go to expertmode profile, get to the lsz module, change job to sg codieren and execute. This will make ncsexpert look in your daten files for the lsz default module values, according to your car's VO.


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