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post #41 of 73 Old 8th April 2019, 09:50 PM
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The cluster MID is not thst important to me. I was just curious.

It was years ago, but I think I used Carly for BMW in my X5. Oddly, in the X5, that function resides with the FRM. I do remember there's not a ton of options in that program for the M5, unfortunately.

I don't know if other programs would be able to modify the M5's LCM properly. I only know the Intravee allowed 3-blink.
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The cluster MID is not thst important to me. I was just curious.

It was years ago, but I think I used Carly for BMW in my X5. Oddly, in the X5, that function resides with the FRM. I do remember there's not a ton of options in that program for the M5, unfortunately.

I don't know if other programs would be able to modify the M5's LCM properly. I only know the Intravee allowed 3-blink.
I assume the instrument cluster notifies the LCM when the turn signal stalk is toggled, even slightly. With that data, my unit could potentially continue to trigger the turn signal for x amount of blinks.

I will have to do some testing on my E46 and see what kind of messages are sent when the turn signals are activated.

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I assume the instrument cluster notifies the LCM when the turn signal stalk is toggled, even slightly. With that data, my unit could potentially continue to trigger the turn signal for x amount of blinks.

I will have to do some testing on my E46 and see what kind of messages are sent when the turn signals are activated.

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I'd guess the Intravee works on that principle.

I prefer five but I think most others would just like three so you should look to develop whatever you think is going to be most accepted or desired.

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I'd guess the Intravee works on that principle.

I prefer five but I think most others would just like three so you should look to develop whatever you think is going to be most accepted or desired.
There's no reason it can't be a configurable value

I'm big on configurable options, just not to the point of the Intravee where literally everything is configurable, making it hard to use.
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Would this also work with the cd43 radio that I have in my e31?
The CD43 is IBus capable, but it doesn't support the UI mode where the telephone is allowed to write to the screen as far as I know. This means that you wouldn't be able to see metadata, or configure the device without a computer.

There's also the question of it being pre-wired for the CD Changer, which is not one I know the answer to .

So, in short: "Yes, but it would be a crappy integration and likely require some extra work on your end to wire it up".
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The CD43 is IBus capable, but it doesn't support the UI mode where the telephone is allowed to write to the screen as far as I know. This means that you wouldn't be able to see metadata, or configure the device without a computer.

There's also the question of it being pre-wired for the CD Changer, which is not one I know the answer to .

So, in short: "Yes, but it would be a crappy integration and likely require some extra work on your end to wire it up".
Darn it.
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I assume the instrument cluster notifies the LCM when the turn signal stalk is toggled, even slightly. With that data, my unit could potentially continue to trigger the turn signal for x amount of blinks.



I will have to do some testing on my E46 and see what kind of messages are sent when the turn signals are activated.



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The indicator stalk position isn’t monitored - it’s just a direct input into the LCM.
The Intravee, Modlight & Ibusapp all use the Bus signal for the bulb illumination from the LCM to IKE/KOM.
Same with the flash to pass option.
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The indicator stalk position isn’t monitored - it’s just a direct input into the LCM.
The Intravee, Modlight & Ibusapp all use the Bus signal for the bulb illumination from the LCM to IKE/KOM.
Same with the flash to pass option.
Thanks for the info! I wonder how they can tell a single illumination from many, then. Otherwise, the module is going to be sending the command to flash the turn signals at the same time they're already flashing (when fully depressing the stalk).

I'll have to test this in my car
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