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Old 10-12-2019, 06:43 PM   #1
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Coding LED Tail lights please help.

So not sure if this is the right forum group but i am in dire need of some help coding my OEM LED tail lights to get the warning lights off my dash. I have all the coding tools, PA soft, NCS expert etc...

I have a production year 03/01 M3.

I have upgraded my LCM to 4.0 as needed for LED tail lights.

From what i understand I can not write a FA/VO to my car because I have the ZCS system. So I followed this which is literally the LED tail light ZCS system retrofit.

This pretty much adds "0001000000" to the VA and then codes it to the EWS and the KMB. The I try to write +LEDH to the mods and still get and error message. After this is where I'm not sure what to do anymore. What step am I missing? Am I also supposed to write the new VA to the LSV? Understandable if no one really knows what to do here but any help would be greatly appreciated._a_
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