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Old 02-18-2018, 08:02 PM
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Default Bench Programming E46 LCM

Hello and happy Winter to everyone suffering in the cold weather.

Is there an easy way to read and program a used LCM for E46 model before install on the bench?

I want used module not to interfere with Kombi mileage and minipulation dot.

I have PA Soft 1.40. I try K line and pins for 30, 15 , 31 but no good. I know my PA Soft scanner good working on tested car.

BMW part number LCM 6 923 492

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Old 03-14-2018, 08:36 PM
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You're program the LCM after installing, but it's possible, of course.

Remember that you'll need a BMW Scanner Interface, just a simple k-line cable wont work.
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