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Old 08-02-2013, 11:01 PM
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Default Problem to connect e61 lci

Hello!
I have a 2007/3 e61 525d. I am trying to connect it to my computer with a k+d-can cable.
I have used the same cable and computer on my e46 325ti 2001 with great success!
The small program for changing between d-can and k-line seems to work fine.

In DIS v52 it can find all units except the DDE and gearbox. When trying to test these units a faultcode appears; 200.16 or 200.19. At first I thought it was because of pin 7 and 8 which has a switch to connect them to each other on my cable. But I found out that there is no connector at all in pin 7 or 8 in the socket in the car!? Is this correct?
I'm literally pulling my hair here trying to find out what's wrong, any ideas?


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