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  1. mudd786

    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    ok Managed to get hold of the resistors and did the operation just now successfully... unplugged both bonnet latch plugs, yellow in colour, inserted 2.2 ohm resistors into the yellow plugs from car loom and tapped up. Plugged laptop in turned car on fault still showed on Idrive. read faults it showed the faults but this time in existing fault It said no. Deleted faults and hey presto no more pedestrian fault on iDrive after the reboot and no more faults in the ASCM module. thanks guys for your efforts cheers
  2. mudd786

    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    Your a star, I was thinking like you 22k was too high. will see if i have these at work. I am sure we have 2 ohm they should do for this purpose I guess. Cheers mate
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    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    Hi I think your correct wozza reading a little online 2.2 was mentioned for fooling SRS on a E39 seat belt tensioner, yes rear hinges plugged in optical sensor plugged in front latches plugged in fault is on the latches was going to measure resistance on the rears to get an idea cheers mate !
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    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    cant seem to find what value the resistance of the latch should be, could somebody measure theres or possibly have a link to a electrical diagram cheers
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    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    lol I used the 520 assuming it was related to the engine size lol thanks for the clarification I was going to do as you said trim them but in the other folders the numbers are different cheers
  6. mudd786

    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    I managed to read the faults : pedestrians fault front resistance to high for both of the latches . now it makes sense as the mechanic said he changed the hinges which I bought and the optic sensor he thought that's all that was needed at the time. Now I recall him saying need 22k resistors for each latch to resolve and that he didn't have them. Anyone have any thoughts ? I have these at work and could implement them Thank you
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    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    So called dealer today asked for a schematic showing which system mine has, he said your has the optical fibre installed in the bumper. Other versions have either 3 acceleration sensors or optical fibre and a acceleration sensor. So hopefully with any luck its a case of unplugging the hinges latches and the optical fibre delete errors uncode the 8tf option and should be done. Their system makes life so much easier as it brings up schematics for the specific car with its fitted equipment. over complicated piece of .... Cheers
  8. mudd786

    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    I don’t have ista could you link me please thank you cheers
  9. mudd786

    2015 F10 PPS uncoding after accident

    Nice write up mate good job n well done! so you only had the sensor strip strip and the two latches to disconnect which could be done with out removing the bumper etc mines a 2015 wonder if it will have more than yours ? cheers
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    2015 LCI f10 rear bumper removal

    Ah man lol ok ty will start looking into removing that also cheers
  11. mudd786

    2015 LCI f10 rear bumper removal

    Hi yes thank you, its the one i came across on sunday and quoted. I believe it must be the bonding if not i was cold and weak and didnt pull it right. Ugh not happy as now i may have to take the front bumper of also to get to this centre connector for the PPS. One thing i cant understand is if i remove the errors using esys then delete the option 8TF in VO then shoudn't the system be dormant and need not for sensors to be disconnected ?? I thought i may just try it unless you guys think its a bad idea thank you
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    2015 LCI f10 rear bumper removal

    ye that is one of the tuts i found and yes your right its probably a simple case of poor wording. I was by myself when it got to the point of taking it off, my little helper complained of it being to cold and jetted. but i pulled firmly and there was no give could be both sides have to pulled simultaneously. cheers
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    2015 LCI f10 rear bumper removal

    Thank you so much. Will try again felt a little defeated that day tbh... thought getting old ma pull isnt the same in more ways than one Cheers mate !
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    Changed jobs

    Ye agree with percha, we only use ours locally at the moment and seems ok when i hear the dpf drone i try and pop it on the mway keep it in 6th or 7th at around 65mph to keep rpms steady at 2.5k to let the engine heat up exhaust and turbo imo, i think it does the trick as the drone disappears so i think i manage to get the regen done. get home let it idle for a min or 2 to let turbo cool down and get oil around it. i believe this prolongs turbo life maybe wrong but guess its logical. we usually will have a 60 70 mile round drip at least once a fortnight. good luck with new job !
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