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Old 08-27-2014, 11:29 AM
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Hi there,

i got a car (e60)here that has recieved a replacement SGM module. I flashed the new on with the same ZB number and Vin number as the old one(using WinKFP).
This fixes the problem that it has an error about the vin.
But now, i have a different error. It gives me codes 93BC and 93BD. It's about the satalite modules. I can communicate with these modules, but the SGM is still giving me an headache about this error.
Unfortunatly i wasnt playing attention and also flashed the old module before i read the coding out of it. This module now also gives me this satelite error.
I got a tip to start the timer using tools32. But now i also have a system Time error in there.
What would be the best options now? Go to the dealer and recode and flash it with icom?(my icom isnt working at this time)
Or is there something i can do with winkfp, ncsexpert ofr tools32 to fix this?

I did find out a possible issue. The car was brought to my with the notification that it had the exact same module in there as before.
But i found out that there is indeed a different module in now. Its from the same series, but it has different numbers:

65.77-6960383 is the original number (SGM high 20)
65.77-6975686 is the new module (sgm high 22)

Any help would be appreciated verry much.

Thank you,

I am low on time right now, but i promise to introduce me the right way this weekend :)
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Solved with help from mhh forum.
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how do I locate the solution please ?
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I have the same problem can you please help?

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I have the same problem can you please help?

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What programs do you have available?

When replacing a used module like the SGM there are two modules you need to flash.

SGMS and SGMZ needs to be flashed with WinKFP. just press update zusb and enter your vin.

After that code with NCS Expert.

After doing taht if you have tool32 working you need to open the .prg file that you find in NCS Expert after coding your SGM, then find the job in the *'**.prg called systemzeit_starten and enter 1 in argument, then press F5. job done. clear errors.
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