E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Half Colin » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:52 am

Had a play yesterday and set Seat Memory to Remote.

Now on pressing 'Open' on Remote 1 the seat goes to position 1 and position 2 with with Remote 2.

Cool - especially when you have a vertically challenged wife who never puts the seat back in the RIGHT position! :thumbsup:
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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Dice » Mon Mar 12, 2012 11:25 am

Half Colin wrote:Had a play yesterday and set Seat Memory to Remote.

Now on pressing 'Open' on Remote 1 the seat goes to position 1 and position 2 with with Remote 2.

Cool - especially when you have a vertically challenged wife who never puts the seat back in the RIGHT position! :thumbsup:
I love it too :) !
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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Macca » Mon Mar 12, 2012 6:10 pm

Macca wrote:Can you program the key to raise and lower the hood with this?
Hello!!! Anybody with the software know the answer ????

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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Half Colin » Mon Mar 12, 2012 6:32 pm

Macca wrote:
Macca wrote:Can you program the key to raise and lower the hood with this?
Hello!!! Anybody with the software know the answer ????
Well I've listed all the options in the first post.
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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Macca » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:47 pm

Half Colin wrote:
Macca wrote:
Macca wrote:Can you program the key to raise and lower the hood with this?
Hello!!! Anybody with the software know the answer ????
Well I've listed all the options in the first post.
Thanks Colin, I know you can code the key fob to open/close the hood, just wondered if this software did it but as it's not on your list I presume it doesn't.

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Post by srhutch » Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:09 pm

Which program did you use to do the changes?

Stuck on configuring DIS, no free interface for some reason or other. Tried on two PC's so I'm doing something wrong.
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Post by Half Colin » Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:46 pm

SSS does the programming - don't worry its the next step after DIS. :thumbsup:

I haven't got my laptop to hand but from memory for DIS you need to run, and then start, diaghead then run IFHServ32 otherwise you won't see a free head.

If you're only interested in the programming you could go straight to SSS.
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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Half Colin » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:02 pm

Macca wrote:Thanks Colin, I know you can code the key fob to open/close the hood, just wondered if this software did it but as it's not on your list I presume it doesn't.
I thought you Roadster guys needed one of these to do that http://www.gap-tech.co.uk/. But, heh I might be wrong.
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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by srhutch » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:22 pm

Half Colin wrote:SSS does the programming - don't worry its the next step after DIS. :thumbsup:

I haven't got my laptop to hand but from memory for DIS you need to run, and then start, diaghead then run IFHServ32 otherwise you won't see a free head.

If you're only interested in the programming you could go straight to SSS.
I'll look into the IFHServ32 bit, I know it's running as it's in the bar at the bottom.

I'll look at the SSS then.

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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by Macca » Tue Mar 13, 2012 6:11 pm

Half Colin wrote:
Macca wrote:Thanks Colin, I know you can code the key fob to open/close the hood, just wondered if this software did it but as it's not on your list I presume it doesn't.
I thought you Roadster guys needed one of these to do that http://www.gap-tech.co.uk/. But, heh I might be wrong.
Yes it does work but costs £130 and needs hard wiring, if you can program the key fob it's cheaper and you don't have to break into the wiring loom.

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Post by Stuart Truman » Wed Mar 14, 2012 12:32 am

Just ordered one of these cable thingamajigs. Looking forward to the weekend...


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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by srhutch » Wed Mar 14, 2012 9:11 am

Macca wrote:
Half Colin wrote:
Macca wrote:Thanks Colin, I know you can code the key fob to open/close the hood, just wondered if this software did it but as it's not on your list I presume it doesn't.
I thought you Roadster guys needed one of these to do that http://www.gap-tech.co.uk/. But, heh I might be wrong.
Yes it does work but costs £130 and needs hard wiring, if you can program the key fob it's cheaper and you don't have to break into the wiring loom.
Reinhold/GapTech modules have two advantages over programming.

1. One touch facility whilst in the car.
2. You don't need to keep you thumb on the remote button, just press three times. It's more difficult than you think to keep that button pressed for the complete cycle of opening or closing the roof.
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Post by pioux » Fri Mar 16, 2012 7:22 am

works like a charm!! :thumbsup:

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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by inkey$ » Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:39 am

Dice wrote:
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thefmister wrote:Would love to have the option "1 Touch Funct Turn Signal Flash (Car)3 x Flashing" turned on but I don't think this works on '03 models.
Think this is a post face lift only function.
Yes it is.
Never fully understood this. How does it work?
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Re: E85/E86 Car Key Memory (CKM) Settings

Post by thefmister » Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:42 am

When you give the stalk one touch up/down it will blink for 3 times. Whenever I drove the VW we have at work, which is fitted with this feature, and return to my car I need to remember to hold the stalk while pulling out for i.e. overtaking.
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