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Biotoxic last won the day on February 1 2018

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  1. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    Calculate test plan and follow the steps, its going to diagnose the fault, I think its because the sensor is not sitting correctly..
  2. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    Deal with the sensor first, remove the cover and see what you can do about the sensor not sitting correctly. I am starting to think that you might not have the Full beam assist as the camera is needed for it to be working.
  3. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    Yep, fix it and it should be ok.
  4. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    BL Blue GE Yellow Mistake by me saying about the black& yellow wire. Pre-lci it's for can-hi and can-low signals. You have only 3 wires there. Positive, negative and LIN cable. Check connections with multimeter. You should have a round type rain/light sensor instead of pre-lci square one. Someone might have tried to retrofit full beam assist by adding code for the beam assist to the VO as well...
  5. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    It's not communicating with Light module. Check the wiring at the mirror but it's not the black and yellow wire, it's the other one(can't remember from the top of my head) It is working as such but it doesn't transmit/receive signals to/from light module. If you tur the light switch to A position and when you turn on full beam at night time it should display error message. I will get you the wiring diagram once I get home.
  6. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    RLS. You have additional wire going to the LM since it's LCI. Pre LCI doesn't have it. Searched this when I found a thread about FLA that's the camera where the mirror is. Supposed to switch on/off full beam when it detects headlights or tailights then it switches off it automatically. I think it was option $524... Not sure. Somewhat easy to retrofit. Also it pops if I tried to make the car think it's LCi not pre LCI model... Basically it does no harm but the Full beam assist won't work automatically.
  7. There is an option in Ista to sync it. Maybe some Forum member is nearby and could help you..
  8. Since you made a new topic. You can unplug the "butterfly valve" if that sound is coming from there. You will still be able to start the car without it unpluged, it will just show another error. I know it doesn't start but also it could be a stuck starter motor... But it wouldn't even crank then...
  9. Biotoxic

    Please I need immediate help

    Good thing you made a video. The exclamation mark at the dash, did it said at the panel what it is? If you hold the BC button down it should display faults and if you keep pressing it should circle back and show them again but since your battery is flat you won't see them as they are usually displayed at the CCC. The next thing.... The CCC/mask screen is blank as also a indicator at the gear change controller. It should be lit as soon as you unlock the car. Google BMW sleep mode for more info. It should be lit. You won't be able to start the car if the light beside the gear shift is NOT lit. This might be expensive. I am starting to think your EWS is acting up thus forbidding to start the car. It needs to be synced with the CAS if it is out of sync. The other thing you could do is to check the fuses once you get the battery (also buy a charger) High pressure fuel pump is at the front rhs if you look at the engine under the ATF fluid tank driven by a ... (forgot a name of it) belt. Low pressure fuel pump is under the car, roughly where the passenger feet would be.
  10. Biotoxic

    Please I need immediate help

    Low pressure fuel pump is electric, if your dashboard lights up and the fan is blowing the battery should have enough juice to power the low pressure fuel pump. Just try if it works or not.
  11. Biotoxic

    Please I need immediate help

    Delphi won't detect all the codes, if it was delphi.. Rule out low pressure fuel pump. When you turn on ignition there should be a sound coming from the left hand passenger seat side.(it's underneath the car) More noticeable if you open a passenger door. The buzzing sound will stop 30 seconds after you have turned on ignition. It might not work straight after the second time you try to do it. You would have to wait a bit and then you should hear the sound again.
  12. Biotoxic

    Please I need immediate help

    Just saw the video. You need a diagnostics. regarding error wise, there will/could be random errors because of the low/drained battery including can bus error, expect to have a cas error as well. You should still be able to install a new battery and drive it without registering/coding it for a few months until its busted. You could also try to unlock the car and try to start the engine with another key if you have one.
  13. Biotoxic

    Please I need immediate help

    did you check the module where the spare wheel is? AA man should have a basic code reader with him. Most likely its a pressure sensor on the common rail. stupid question .... have you check the fuel level? Open the fuel cap, there might be a vacuum inside indicating false reading, happened with me once.
  14. Biotoxic

    Multiple Errors - All ideas welcome!

    Have you retrofitted the LM?
  15. Biotoxic

    Please I need immediate help

    Better value for money would be a k/d-can cable with a software Ediabas NCS winkfp + ista-D, then I could remotely connect and take a look at it, if needed. Carly doesn't work for all, doesn't work with E83 for sure. This as example: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F273574271127 once you have the cable, download Ista-P. Essential software if you own BMW.