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Old 09-20-2014, 06:36 PM
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Default Programming E70 adaptive headlights

Hi everyone,

I replaced the complete headlight assembly on my 07 BMW X5 along with the adaptive module due to condensation. I was able to buy a used one from a local junkyard but after installation the adaptive headlight warning light came on.

I read some thread and it looks like I need to reprogram the used adaptive module. I bought the ODB cable and downloaded and installed the BMW software. Can someone please help or provide instructions on how to program this thing?

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You don't need to program it. Just code to deflaut LSMC or RSMC. If you never used NCS may be a problem.
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would you be able to provide me with instructions?
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1. Load NCSExpert.
2. Load Profile and select Expertmode
3. F1 (VIN/ZCS/FA)
4. F3 (ZCS/FA f .ECU)
5. Choose E70
6. Select CAS
7. F6 (BACK)
8. F4 (Process ECU)
9. Select the Module you want to Revert back to Stock. In that case RSMC or LSMC (that's in e89 anyway should be 2 same modules start with R or L letter)
10. F2->Choose "SG_Codieren->ok
11. F3->to start coding the ecu with factory settings according to the vehicle VO.
Hopefully you be OK but if you never done it before find someone who know what to do.
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thx Tombo. I will try it and let you know if it works.

Anyway I can do a backup before in case I mess something up?
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That's deflaut coding -don't need to, but if you wish.
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