How do i get adaptations to save ? Press Start Stop Button 3 times each way ? Start engine each time ? OR ?OK, here:
E60 -> SMG -> F6 -> F4 -> F4
F2 (bleed slave) -> F9 and wait to finish. Repeat this 3-5 times
F3 (bleed actuator) -F9 and wait to finish. Repeat 3-5 times
F6 (adapt clutch valve characteristic curve) -> F9 and wait to finish
F5 (adapt actuator block) -F9 and wait to finish
F7 -> F9 and ok, then wait to finish
Press start/stop 3 times to turn engine off and ignition back on and save adaptation.
If I don't have 4F66 fault, should I still try the full transmission adaptation step? I have tried the INPA program F6->F7->F3 Komplettadaption which should be the full transmission program but can't make it through without getting the Error19: No response from control unit message.I call the the top SMG block "Shifting block". The top shifting block is responsible to shift the gears whenever a hydraulic pressure applied to by the clutch valve solenoid. To verify if the shifting points, shifting solenoids, gear position sensor is calibrated properly, an adaptation called "transmission adaptation" must be performed and finish successfully. If this adaptation process failed you will have fault code 4F66.
I need to confirm this actually. That is great info to have and I need to confirm if the shop rewired my original gear position sensor or the used one. I know they put in the used shifting block which made a difference functionally, but they may have swapped in my original (rewired) gear position sensor since the work was already done. That could definitely be a problemThe dealer statement is valuable only if the gear position sensor swapped from another shifting block as the gear position sensor is factory calibrated and matted with it's shifting block, if the swap happened then the shifting block may considered useless or may cause adaptation failure, this is not your case as you installed a complete shifting block with it's gear position sensor.
I did the Analog 3 before and after pictures, but through the whole thing I have to keep saying yes to the no response from control unit messages. I do eventually get a usable live screen to work with.The faults 4F67 and 510E are mainly related to the clutch actuation mechanism and control, it has nothing to do with shifting operation or control. The adaptation for this mechanism is called "Clutch Characteristics Curve" This process consist of clutch valve solenoid, clutch slave, clutch position sensor, and the clutch itself which includes release bearing, fork, pin, and sleeve.
if any component of the clutch mechanism is defective then it will cause fault 4F67.
Before to start troubleshooting this you must confirm that you already performed "Transmission Adaptation" with success. Next, I want you to perform the "Clutch Characteristics Curve" adaptation and when it fails a message will pop up click display and print the screen. Next, I need to see the slave travel, to do that you need to put ignition on, access SMG ECU>Status> "Analog 3" and print screen, then depress the brake pedal and print the screen. Next, perform bleeding of the clutch slave and shifting block at least 5+ times and verify you have full SMG oil between the bleeding process 2 times to make sure the fluid is there during the process, remember you need to reduce pressure by the software before any top off. Next perform the slave travel check again as described earlier and print screen. Post all the captured values and the failed adaptation message.
4F67 adaptation failure could be of not properly bled new slave or air in the system, leaking clutch valve solenoid, bad PLCD, defective or wrong installed clutch or clutch pressure plate (warped), bad release bearing and sleeve, defective or warped fork and damaged pin, and less common bad SMG ECU.
I am going to get a new setup preinstalled from ebay, will the bimmergeeks pro cable be good enough or do these cars really need an ICOM setup?The SMG ECU is finicky and the transmission of data with K-dcan cable is erratic that's why you get "No Response with ECU" message. To minimize this behavior you may consider getting good cable from bimmergeek and download their INPA version. You can download the software off their website for free and test again with your cable.