Full CIC Coding installation of FSC Code

Discussion in 'GPS and Car Navigation - New!' started by drimau, Aug 9, 2015.

  1. drimau

    drimau Club Guest

    Joined:
    Feb 2, 2013
    Messages:
    10
    Likes Received:
    7
    Just want to open this topic. If interested to know how to coding your CIC, import FSC Code as well as MAP upgrade.
     
  2. drimau

    drimau Club Guest

    Joined:
    Feb 2, 2013
    Messages:
    10
    Likes Received:
    7
    Requirement for Full CIC coding:

    Software
    1) BMW standard tools (Coding)
    2) BMW daten file (BMW software update)
    3) FSTool2 (Install FSC Code)
    4) FTPZilla (Accessing CIC)
    5) Hex Editor (Manipulating CIC for retrofitted CIC)

    Hardware
    1) K D-can Cable (For Coding ONLY not for flashing software update. To update must use ICOM cable with MOST connector)
    2) Cable drivers
    3) D Link DUB-E100 Version B.1 (Use only this version. To be use for FTP to CIC)
    4) Ethernet cable (To be use for FTP to CIC)


    Once you have this it will be easy to ratify your car problem not just coding your CIC e.g. Installing 2nd hand Footwell (NFRM) or reseting short circuit counter in the NFRM 2.
     
  3. drimau

    drimau Club Guest

    Joined:
    Feb 2, 2013
    Messages:
    10
    Likes Received:
    7
    Assuming that you already install BMW standard tools including INPA up and running, now I give one example how to do it.

    Example Case:

    My CIC now broken and need replacement. I have my repair FSC code getting from BMW and I buy a secondhand CIC for replacement. How can I install?

    Solution:

    BMW Car have unique 7 digit / 17 digit VIN number. All BMW component will be marked with the original car VIN. For this case if you buy a secondhand parts, you need to change the VIN number in the secondhand part. For CIC, it have 3 location of VIN number that you need to change, i.e. CIC, CIC_GW and CIC/MASK. Make your CIC virgin and then upload your repair FSC code received from BMW.

    Now we begin:

    FIRST STEP (CHANGE VIN NUMBER)

    [SIZE=10pt]How to check VIN:
    1. Use UIF command in INPA to check the vin.
    [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=10pt]2. Take note VIN information for CIC (Address on the left side A0, 63 and 62)[/SIZE]


    [SIZE=10pt]How To Change CIC Vin:[/SIZE]
    1. If you want to change Vin in CIC, you don't have to flash the whole unit using ICOM, but use Dcan cable and tool32 software.
    2. You have to set all 3 vin in the CIC (use these 3 program - cicr_gw.prg, cicr.prg and cicr_hd.prg)
    3. Open tool32 select program cicr.prg.
    4. Use Job aif_lesen and save all parameter to be used in aif_schreiben
    5. use job aif_schreiben and include all 9 parameter starting with new vin (either 7 digit or 17 digit vin) that you want to change in the argument. Example as below.
    Example (case sensitive) here I use vin B123456: B123456;14.06.2013;9284327;9284327;0000000;0111111 ;12345;90600;0202jq0f800A

    Untitled.jpg
    [SIZE=10pt]6. Execute it once.
    7. Check your vin using aif_lesen. In this eample the AIF_FG_NR = B123456 and AIF_FG_NR_LANG = B123456
    8. Repeat these step for cicr_gw.prg and cicr_hd.prg.
    [/SIZE]
    9. Now check your vin using INPA. [SIZE=10pt]Take note that VIN information for CIC (Address on the left side A0, 63 and 62) have change to your new VIN.[/SIZE]
     
  4. _BigBoss_

    _BigBoss_ New Member

    Joined:
    Jan 6, 2016
    Messages:
    1
    Likes Received:
    0
    Hi drimau, what about the next steps?

    Kind regards
     
  5. DesertGoon

    DesertGoon Official Member

    Joined:
    Jan 19, 2015
    Messages:
    182
    Likes Received:
    108
    Good info. :58:
     
  6. kolamp

    kolamp Club Guest

    Joined:
    Mar 27, 2011
    Messages:
    253
    Likes Received:
    14
    Good info drimau

    Is there anything can be done on CCC unit?
     

Share This Page