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Old 12-04-2011, 12:39 PM
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Default NCS Expert Manual questions HELP

Hello i have tried to coding my e46 with this manual. At point 24 it was a little
different. I tried to choose another option because the point (JOB) was not available after point 23.

What was the problem? Other NCS version? It codes successfuly. Not only one module. All modules. But it make the changes. Can anybody explain?


1. At first you have to connect the Interface (OBD wire) with your laptop and the diagnosis port from your car, after that turn your car on level 2
2. Now you have to start NCS experttool on your laptop
3. Now click on File -> load profil – > chose the expertmode and click on OK
4. Now press F1 (“FG/ZCS/FA”)
5. Now press F3n (“ZCS aus SG”)
6. Now you have to chose the series of your BMW, if you have the BMW Z4 it is ‘E85′
7. After that you have to chose the first entry (AKMB)
8. If here will show up no error press F6 (‘back’)
9. Now press F4 (“Process ECU”)
10. At this step you have to chose the electronic control unit you want to work on (A list with the BMW electronic control unit is available here: BMW ecu list)
11. Now press F2 (“job”)
12. In the next window chose ‘read ecu’
13. Now press F3 (“execute job”)
14. Now the chosen ecu will be read and a file called ‘FSW-PSW.TRC’ will be written to directory C:\NCSEXPER\WORK
15. Now we switch to Windows Explorer to directory C:\NCSEXPER\WORK (Dont close NCS expert, just minimize it)
16. Here you have to make a copy of the file FSW_PSW.TRC and paste it in the save folder
17. Now rename the copied file to FSW_PSW.MAN
18. Open FSW_PSW.MAN with windows-notepad
19. Here you have to change what ever you want.
nicht_aktiv is german for not activ
aktiv is german for activ

20. Now we can save and close the file
21. Now we switch back to NCS Expert (just call it back from the task bar)
22. Now click on file/profil edit and type in the password repxet
23. At the following window click FSW/PSW and activate ‘manupulate FSW/PSW with’, after that click on OK and after taht again on OK
24.(my version) (F3) SG Coding and the (FZG) Coding. Then it was coding all modules.
there was no F2 after step 23.


24. Press F2 (‘job’)
25. chose ‘process ecu’ and click OK
26. Press F3 (‘process job’)
27. That’s it, now your ecu is active with it’s new data

is that because an other version of NCS? V 3.0.8

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Old 12-31-2011, 03:39 PM
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You dont need to copy the FSW_PSW.TRC n a save folder, just open the FSW_PSW.TRC and "save as" FSW_PSW.MAN!

The FSW_PSW.MAN should be in the folder "C:\NCSEXPER\WORK".

Dont look @ something like F3 or F2......

After changing the FSW_PSW.MAN file, go to "select job" and select "sg_codieren".
At the end..... click @ "execute job"!
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