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Old 07-16-2012, 07:03 PM
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Default Newbie struggling to locate alarm beep settings

Hi all,

I have an E60 530d 2005MY and have recently got NCS expert working...My first goal is to get my alarm beeps activated.

Trouble is, i'm struggling to find which module those settings are located in. To date (and i've only tried once) i get to the point where you press F3 and choose your model (e60) and i get a window from which i can choose 'CAS' or 'LMA'

I choose CAS and then proceed as normal and when i 'process ECU' (F4) i choose the CAS module again. Is this part correct or at this point should i be choosing a different module?

The reason i ask is, i have extracted this file and viewed it using 'NCS dummy' but can't find anything that says:

QUIT_AKUST_ENTSCH
QUIT_AKUST_SCHAERF


Any pointers would be greatly appreciated

Thanks in advance


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you need to choose CAS only once! F1/F3 CAS F6 than F4 to choose the ECU.
Choose DWAI and DWAS there you can make the necessary settings.
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