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Old 08-04-2017, 05:20 PM
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Default Mini ABS R56 Coding Help - Almost there (I think!)

Hi,

So was hoping for a little help. I feel I'm so close to getting this resolved, but am hitting a brick wall and could use some advice. Have a 2007 Mini Cooper base R56 with DSC 7/2007 production year. Needed to change the ABS module. Bought the car used with the ABS lights on so I don't know the complete history of the car. The following is summary of where I'm at:

Loaded INPA and saw new DSC module with YYYYYY for VIN. Note - SZL and MRS also has a YYYYYY (but these modules have no errors in INPA)
Loaded up WinKFP with DSC56.prg. In WinKFP, found the ZB number listed in INPA. Entered in full VIN. Ready to start coding!
Coding in WinKFP started no problem. ABS/DSC lights turned off (I was psyched!)
Shortly after WinKFP finished, lights came back on.
Loaded NCS Expert and into Expert Mode.
Tried to code new VO/FA into new DSC module but got connection error (see below.) Get same error if I try to READ or WRITE to DSC module.
Able to READ from other modules.
Loaded INPA and read in DSC module error. It says "5DE3 Coding Wrong"
This is where i'm stuck!!!

So based on the error I get from NCS about not being able to connect to the DSC module, wondering if it's a cable issue? BUT I CAN READ OTHER MODULES!! so wouldn't that mean the cable is okay!? I have tried this whole process with both 7 and 8 pins bridged and unbridged so that's not it.

I also got another ABS module from a salvage yard and went through the entire process twice and same problem, so it's unlikely both ABS modules are bad.

This is error from NCS Expert when trying to connect to DSC module:

[23: 48: 14.960] [2017-08-03] [SERIES] 2020 Error LFCDHDIA.CPP (A_E65DC.IPS / IPO) CDHapiResultText 1
[23: 48: 14.960] [2017-08-03] [SERIES] SG does not respond IFH-0009: SG is not connected or does not register DSC_56

[23: 48: 15.068] [2017-08-03] [SERIES] 2020 Error COAPI2.CPP coapiRunCabd 6
[23: 48: 15.068] [2017-08-03] [SERIES] SG does not respond CODIERDATEN_LESEN

I'd really appreciate if someone could chime in and give any advice. I'm somewhat new to coding BMWs but have learned a lot these past few days and feel like I'm so close to getting this done. Cheers, Chris


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Hi,
Did you fix the problem? I have 2011 cooper with same wrong coding error and am unable to code with no coms error yet can read with inpa and ista no problem, any help appreciated.
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