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Old 05-02-2018, 11:39 AM
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hi guys... I have 2006 bmw E60 530I,some of the lights do not work like the front left flicker, front right high beam and other lights as well. but some are working fine. I can see two code errors on the LM module using INPA, the code errors are LM 9CB9 and 9CAA. The code error do not clear. I also tried to reset the FRM using Toolset32 and on the job result window I get job okay but still the lights are not working. I tried loading both FRN87 and FRM70. Please help.

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G'Day Mashabane, This might help for a start. [Only for registered users... ]
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