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Default 04-24-2017, 10:07 PM

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Can someone flash for me remotely? or point me the directions?
Tried, best way if TGS. 99 bucks though.
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Default 04-25-2017, 09:39 PM

since getting PPK installed with ZB 8684958 for my 2012 135i, I been getting error code 28A0 repeatedly (after clearing code).

I never got this error code prior to the PPK install

Any one have any idea what may be the cause and a possible resolution?

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Default since getting PPK installed with ZB 8684958 for my 2012 135i, I been getting error co - 05-16-2017, 08:54 AM

i have got a bmw 135i 2011 dct us model , i am thinking to flash to get the ppk in order to fix my DCT lag , jerking and the idle issue in slower traffic, i have got the 7620238 i believe it is MEVD17 assuming it is program 98G0B.
i have downloaded the spdaten 60 which does not contain 8647156 that is what recommended on the chart on 1st page .
according to the KMM_ATSH file the successor of 8647156 is 8684958
so would it be ok to move from old program 98G0B to new program 8H1B?

i wonder if anyone else have had issues with 8684958
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Default 10-24-2017, 01:09 PM

Hi,
I really really sorry that I ask something that I should know from reading a threat but I'm confused now. I have e92 335i US n55 AT car
I downloaded sp-daten v60.1 today, because I cant find zusub 8639174 in sp-daten v55 that I had before(v55).

In 60.1 8639174 doesnt exist too.

To find out which zusub I should use I started to search numbers of zs in MEVD17.HIS file.
results:8639174
Result of MEVD17.HIS:
8666706,8685064,01,MV
8639174,8666706,01,MV
why this numbers are upside down?
I think I should use 8685064

When I started to search 8685064 in MEVD17.DAT
Result:
8685064,0000000,8684922,A,8685063DA,0FFFFFFFFFD,00 0,1 K

8685063 0da file exist in sp-daten 60.1
Its my zb for sure?
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Default 10-25-2017, 04:23 PM

It's very sad that no one wanted to help me.

I take a risk and try zs which i choose in previous post.
I had updated orginal zb number 8685016 - I checked it was 98H1 ROM.
Zusub 8685064 as I checked is also 98H1, so I tried to update zb with comfort mode. Program didn't show any problem.
Procedure was quite easy, update with winkfp took less than 2 min.
Car shown few errors with ABS etc. I coded blank .men file with NCS and waited 15 min to make my car go asleep. After that I clear all codes in INPA, start engine and everything was fine. Exhaust now makes som pops but not so loud as I saw on youtube ( i have straight ***** ). Only problem was that comfort access didn't work completly... Few open/close cycles with key fixed this problem.

So now everything seems fine, I hope it will stays fine for long
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Default 12-19-2017, 12:57 AM

hello i am having problem flashing my ecu,its e82 n55 dct,
i cannot find mev17 or my zusub number in the winkfp ecu list,how to fix that ?
i tried few sp daten above v53 and updated them through bmw coding tool but still cant solve it.
i should be running 8647154 according to the chart,anyone can help me please ?

Thanks.
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Default 12-21-2017, 04:20 PM

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Is there possibly a guide to do this or am I just looking in the wrong place?...
+1. I'm also looking for a guide but no one has posted it
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Default 12-22-2017, 09:10 AM

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hello i am having problem flashing my ecu,its e82 n55 dct,
i cannot find mev17 or my zusub number in the winkfp ecu list,how to fix that ?
i tried few sp daten above v53 and updated them through bmw coding tool but still cant solve it.
i should be running 8647154 according to the chart,anyone can help me please ?

Thanks.
Here is my factory ppk dme latest update part numbers. 2012/N55/DCT
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Default 12-22-2017, 09:26 AM

Be careful which datens you use. You ideally need to go for ones with 98G0B rather than more recent versions.


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Default 12-23-2017, 10:30 PM

the problem that mev17 is not listed in my winkfp
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Default 12-24-2017, 02:28 AM

@HansWurst

Newbie here trying to do this on US-based E88 2011 135i DCT N55

I can't find E88 ECU chassis listed in NCSExpert 4.0.1



What am I doing wrong?

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Default 12-24-2017, 10:23 AM

Wondering with the new obd unlocking technology coming around will somebody be working on a way to flash the mppk on the f30 n55?
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Default 12-24-2017, 02:48 PM

@keyap

Here is my INPA, which ZUSB should I flash for PPK?




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Default 12-30-2017, 07:55 AM

@ taranfx

Can't see anything from INPA? Also, you should be using E89 not E88


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JB4 | BMS OCC | N20 TMap | Fuel-It! PI | AIC6 PI Controller | Fuel-It! Fuel Lines | Fuel-It! Stage 2 LPFP | Continental In-line E Sensor | ER Charge Pipe | Pure Stage 2 Turbo | Pure High Flow Inlet | GFB DV+ | Richter C'less D/Pipe | Berk Race Full Exhaust | MFactory Pro Helical LSD (75% Bias Ratio) | eDiff Disabled Via Coding | MFactory Solid Diff Bushes | Diff Lockdown Bracket | Custom 98G0B BEF | NGK 5992s (0.020")
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Default 12-30-2017, 07:58 AM

For anyone who needs to move back to 98G0B here's quite a good guide using WinKFP. This has been lifted from a post on another forum and credit goes to nate16 & 808AWD325xi

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This method is the downgrade from 98g1b to 98g0b with PPK for MEVD17 ECU. I will explain breifly how to downgrade other ZSUBS but you will need to know the ZSUB you are trying to downgrade to. HansWurst has a great spreadsheet containing most of the PPK zsubs at revision 98g0b!



1) Download my VM tools image or have a setup of BMW Standard tools with SP-Daten V55 for e89 already loaded into WinKFP.
2) Go to C:\EC-Apps\NFS\DATA\DEVELOP and delete all the contents. If you do not have a DEVELOP folder in DATA, create one.
3) Find your ECU type. For this guide we will be using MEVD17.
4) Go to the C:\EC-Apps\DATA\MEVD17 folder. This folder will change depending on your ecu.
5) Open the MEVD172.DAT file in Notepad. Again, this file will change depending on ecu type.
6) Find the line in this file that starts with your targeted zsub. In this case, we will be targeting 8639128 for e92 335xi with MEVD172 ecu.

6a) Here is that line in our dat file:

8639128,0000000,8618483,A,8639129DA,0FFFFFFFFFD,00 0,1 3

Seperated by commas, the first # is your program number. 2nd # is hardware number, 3rd # is 0pa number, 4th # is 0da number. So in our case, here is our data:

program number (zsub): 8639128
hardware number :
0pa number : 8618483
0da number : 8639129DA

7) Back in our MEVD17 folder, we need to find our 0da and 0pa that match these numbers and copy them to our DEVELOP folder we made before. In our case, these files are: 8618483A.0pa and B8639129.0da -- Copy both of these files to the DEVELOP folder.

8) Naviate to C:\EC-Apps\NFS\CFGDAT and open Coapi.ini with Notepad.
9) Change the lines for ZBNUMBER and SWNUMBER to both equal the program number.
ex:
ZBNUMBER = 8639128
SWNUMBER = 8639128
10) Save and close Coapi.ini
11) Load WinKFP and click configuration.
12) Configure WinKFP as shown.

13) Plug K+DCAN into car and leave car connected to charger in the on position with engine off.
14) Click comfort mode and enter your target ZSUB. In this case 8639128.
15) Press OK to default options.
16) Select Enter VIN
17) Enter VIN, press ok, then press Done.
18) Look at WinKFP and take note of the ECU address, PABD, and P-SGBD that show up. In our case, the ECU address is 12, the PABD is 05MEVD172.ipo and the P-SGBD is 05MEVD172.prg
19) Exit WinKFP.
20) Reopen WinKFP and select comfort mode.
21) Enter target ZSUB, in our case 8639128 and press ok, press ok to select default options
22) Select Done, click cancel to the VIN box when it pops up. Don't worry, we'll add that part soon.
23) Select Expert Mode.
24) Select PABD and choose our recorded PABD we found earlier. In our case, 05MEVD172.ipo
25) Select P-SGBD and choose our recorded P-SGBD we found earlier. In our case, 05MEVD172.prg
26) Select ECU Address and enter the address we found earlier. In our case, 12
27) Select Program File. We should see our 0pa as the only option here. In our case, 8618483A.0pa
28) Select Data File. We should see our 0da as the only option here. In our case, B8639129.0da
29) Select Done.
30) Select Prog Program and enter your full VIN number when it comes up.
31) Your car should start programming. Wait until it completes. Then select Prog Data and the second pass should complete.
32) Step 31 is a little undocumented here as my downgrade ran into an issue where WinKFP crashed at Prog Program after 100%. However, after this, I was able to go into WinKFP configuration and select force program in comfort mode. Then flash 8639128 in comfort mode and the downgrade then was complete once that finished.
I also believe MHD is based on 98G0B so, you can move to 98G0B using this too:-

http://www.n54tech.com/forums/showthread.php?t=48426


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JB4 | BMS OCC | N20 TMap | Fuel-It! PI | AIC6 PI Controller | Fuel-It! Fuel Lines | Fuel-It! Stage 2 LPFP | Continental In-line E Sensor | ER Charge Pipe | Pure Stage 2 Turbo | Pure High Flow Inlet | GFB DV+ | Richter C'less D/Pipe | Berk Race Full Exhaust | MFactory Pro Helical LSD (75% Bias Ratio) | eDiff Disabled Via Coding | MFactory Solid Diff Bushes | Diff Lockdown Bracket | Custom 98G0B BEF | NGK 5992s (0.020")
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Default 01-02-2018, 07:57 AM

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I also believe MHD is based on 98G0B so, you can move to 98G0B using this too:-
Whatever your ROM version, MHD will flash 98G0B when installed. I don't get why people still want to get ppk when they can go MHD stage 1 and make more power (and smoother) than ppk
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Default 01-02-2018, 08:24 AM

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Whatever your ROM version, MHD will flash 98G0B when installed. I don't get why people still want to get ppk when they can go MHD stage 1 and make more power (and smoother) than ppk
Neither do I but.... there's still a number of posted requests and PMs floating around.

Would completely agree that something like MHD + burble or JB4, MHD + burble are the preferred options.

Only thought could be cost, if you don't already have MHD, given the PPK is free but, the cost of MHD is only minimal and definitely worth it

I also found that the PPK has other negative effects, especially if the boost is pushed up, so would never recommend however, if people still want to 'experiment' then so be it


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JB4 | BMS OCC | N20 TMap | Fuel-It! PI | AIC6 PI Controller | Fuel-It! Fuel Lines | Fuel-It! Stage 2 LPFP | Continental In-line E Sensor | ER Charge Pipe | Pure Stage 2 Turbo | Pure High Flow Inlet | GFB DV+ | Richter C'less D/Pipe | Berk Race Full Exhaust | MFactory Pro Helical LSD (75% Bias Ratio) | eDiff Disabled Via Coding | MFactory Solid Diff Bushes | Diff Lockdown Bracket | Custom 98G0B BEF | NGK 5992s (0.020")

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Default 02-21-2018, 10:16 PM

This will not work with F10 N55 correct?
Only a E body change?
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Default 02-22-2018, 02:04 AM

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I also found that the PPK has other negative effects, especially if the boost is pushed up, so would never recommend
Care to explain!? :D

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Default 05-25-2018, 04:05 PM

MEDV126 is not flashable regardless of the build year correct? I have a friend who has a 2012 with a 05/12 build.
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Default 04-10-2019, 12:42 AM

If you buy the PPK the regular way, is the info that you car has a PPK then stored somewhere in BMW's Systems/Servers? I have now flashed the PPK myself and I'm a bit worried it will be lost the next time the dealer updates my car during service, because he has no info that my car is PPK?
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