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Default Hello (new member) Folding mirrors problem

Hi all.

Nice to to have found this forum about coding.

Im still new to coding my E46 using NCS.

Im am having an issue after retrofitting folding mirrors to my 10/1999 318CI.

Mirrors works fine from the drivers side door (fold-unfold) but cant make them
work with remote.

Tried NCS but could not find a suitable command in GM5 module.
It is a pre-facelift model so i dont have BTM/FTM modules.
Also tried adding VO $313 but could not read the ecus. It only lets me read EWS and KMB.


For the retrofit i used the Control Unit/module outside mirror fold-in function P/N: 61358376506

Do you have any suggestions what im missing?

Thank you in advance.


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