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post #1 of 5 Old 9th June 2019, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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e39 M5 sss program cannot find zcs file help

Hi,

My 2000 M5 that I recently purchase I cannot code the new abs module since only 3 module show from ncs expert EWS KBI AND IKE nothing else.. so I can’t code the dsc with ncsexpert and from sss progman he doesn’t find zcs file and cannot load.

Should I try to code the zcs file first?

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I try with the odb port, I not so sure but I think it wouldn't even let me start a session with the pacman connector, but I will try again today and paste some screenshot.
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If you are using the OBD port you will not have data from some of the modules UI. You need to add these jumpers from what I understand, I use the round plug under the hood because it seems way more convenient but is the designed UI.
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