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Old 07-05-2018, 10:20 AM
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I know this was posted more than two years ago, but this thread was brought back from the dead once before so...

You mentioned that you have BC1.C07 in your car. Mine is the same, so probably no chance for passenger window auto up. But on my BC1 trace I can't find the setting for low outside temp chime (AUSSENTEMP_WARN_AKUSTIK)... did you have it or how did you manage to turn it off?
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If that's the controller you have - you most likely won't have that option, but go through each one and see what's available.

As for the chime - I don't recall, as it's already been years since I sold my mini cooper.
 
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Originally Posted by JKo View Post
I know this was posted more than two years ago, but this thread was brought back from the dead once before so...

You mentioned that you have BC1.C07 in your car. Mine is the same, so probably no chance for passenger window auto up. But on my BC1 trace I can't find the setting for low outside temp chime (AUSSENTEMP_WARN_AKUSTIK)... did you have it or how did you manage to turn it off?
"AUSSENTEMP_WARN_AKUSTIK" is in the KMB module, not BC1.
 
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Old 07-05-2018, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by claancy View Post
"AUSSENTEMP_WARN_AKUSTIK" is in the KMB module, not BC1.
Thanks, found it and disabled it. Hopefully I won't find out if it worked before October.
 
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Originally Posted by JKo View Post
You mentioned that you have BC1.C07 in your car. Mine is the same, so probably no chance for passenger window auto up. But on my BC1 trace I can't find the setting for low outside temp chime (AUSSENTEMP_WARN_AKUSTIK)... did you have it or how did you manage to turn it off?
How do you figure out which version of each module your mini has? Also which ECU (EWS KBM). I have a 2005 cooper s convertable.
 

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Old 10-11-2018, 05:29 AM
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Originally Posted by blindguyinanorgy View Post
How do you figure out which version of each module your mini has? Also which ECU (EWS KBM). I have a 2005 cooper s convertable.
NCS Dummy has a feature that allows you to filter the modules by the trace file. That'll give you the correct module based on the trace file you have read from the car.
 
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Old 10-11-2018, 05:34 AM
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Thanks, found it and disabled it. Hopefully I won't find out if it worked before October.
Looks likemy prediction was correct... it wasn't until last Tuesday when we had 3°C here, and got no chime!

But the OBC display in the tacho still changes to temperature instead of whatever is on there when the temp goes down to 3°C. Is there any way to disable that? I have the factory satnav in my car, and the outside temp is always visible there...
 
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Originally Posted by JKo View Post
Looks likemy prediction was correct... it wasn't until last Tuesday when we had 3°C here, and got no chime!

But the OBC display in the tacho still changes to temperature instead of whatever is on there when the temp goes down to 3°C. Is there any way to disable that? I have the factory satnav in my car, and the outside temp is always visible there...
I haven't figured out how to get rid of that. Does the OBC switch from whatever to the temperature when it drops below 3*C, and stay at temperature? Mine will blink the temperature (no gong) for a few seconds, then go back to whatever setting I had it at. So it doesn't bother me so much...

 
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Old 11-04-2018, 10:56 PM
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This thread is amazing! I’ve had tons of fun personalizing my options such as comfort opening and closing, day time running lights, oil change interval and quite a few others. I do however have one question I have scoured ncs dummy as well as the site to try and find an answer to.

My 2006 r53 is an automatic, I disabled the auto locking at a certain speed, on every key, and set the speed variable to the highest speed. But when I put my key into the ignition and turn it to the on position, not the number 1 but the number 2 click. The doors automatically lock before I turn the car on or even shift the gear shift out of drive. Does anyone know where this setting is to turn off? I checked many of the other systems and can’t seem to find it anywhere.

The only thing i have discovered is if my door is open when I put the key in; the car will not lock automatically and everything is as I intend it to be; no idea why that’s the case either.
 
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Old 11-07-2018, 08:09 AM
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Originally Posted by AKIndiMini View Post
I haven't figured out how to get rid of that. Does the OBC switch from whatever to the temperature when it drops below 3*C, and stay at temperature? Mine will blink the temperature (no gong) for a few seconds, then go back to whatever setting I had it at. So it doesn't bother me so much...
Yeah, mine keeps showing the temperature until I change it manually. Now that you mention it, I think it used to blink when the gong was set on. I need to go through the other temp warning settings... but my car is now garaged for the winter, so it'll take a while before I can try anything out.
 
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