This is my first post, and I'll ask that you forgive its length, but I wanted to be thorough...
I recently replaced part number 61319865815 (no rear fog light button) with part number 61319865812 (rear fog light button) and completed the following actions using BimmerCode in Expert Mode which, as described in this thread, activated rear fog light function using the bulb 5 location.
3068 > NSL_Verbaut Set to: verbaut
3064 > Mapping_Nebelschlussl_L_output Set to: nsl_l
3064 > Mapping_Nebelschlussl_L_Function Set to: nebelschlusslicht
3064 > Mapping_Nebelschlussl_R_output Set to: nsl_r
3064 > Mapping_Nebelschlussl_R_Function Set to: nebelschlusslicht
While I am pleased to have the rear fogs functioning (mostly just because I like toying around and seeing what can be done), I am now running into a bit of a snag. The following two errors are consistent:
030351 – Steering column switch cluster (SZL) (LIN): wrong variant
Incorrect control unit variant
The version of the slave control unit does not match the encoding in the master control unit.
D90D16 – Control unit light (BEL) (LIN): wrong variant installed
Incorrect light switch variant installed.
More info is available here: https://bmwfault.codes/
Now obviously my car, a US spec 2018 BMW i3 REx, is upset about this new light switch as is the associated control unit in the steering column, perhaps simply because I've installed/activated a European option on a US spec vehicle. While everything does still function without issue, I would prefer to have everything coded properly if possible as well as continuing to try to find a solution to illuminating bulb 7 rather than bulb 5 as the functioning rear fogs.
I most often use a VEEPEAK BLE+ with BimmerCode and BimmerLink to do the easier work, but I do also have E-Sys 3.33.4 and an ENET cable. I have not been able to acquire LauncherPro 3.7.0 as FXX Tokenmaster seems to be off the scene and I have not yet purchased an ESysX license as I’m not sure it’s totally necessary given my limited needs.
Is there anyone who might provide some insight into the above, either in how I might address the issues on my own, or in identifying who I might be able to contact for assistance?
I would be most grateful.