BMW E Series Coding Error, Using Expertmode (SOLVED)
–Case A with 2007 e92:
So we ran into an error while coding an 07 e92 w/ cobb installed; did the digital speedometer stuff in the Kombi; and got a “speedometer malfunction” error; it’s still there even after coding the module back w/ the blank man file; and even after un-marrying the cobb to the car; the error still is there; none of the gauges work now; ie tach/speed/fuel/temp/etc.. all the analog ones; anyone run into this error before?
–Case B with 2006 e90 (330i):
I am facing the same problem with my analog gauges after coding the Kombi Module.
Now after updating daten files with either ista v34 or v40 I always get the “chassis faulty” error in ncsexpert.
Please use follow the update process for updating them without errors.
Solved the issue using ISTA v41 Daten Files.
1. Copied and pasted new daten files to [ C:\NCSEXPER\DATEN\E89 ] and ran laden.bat
2. Copied and pasted new sgdat files to [ C:\NCSEXPER\SGDAT ]
3. Copied and pasted new ecu files to [ C:\EDIABAS\Ecu ]
Finally, NCSexpert worked fine, no “Faulty Chassis” message!
Re-coded with a blank .MAN file and functionality the analog gauges (rpm/mpg/fuel) were restored!