How to Read ISN DME for CAS EWS3 EWS4 System with BMW E/F Scanner?

BMW E/F Scanner II Full Version Feature:

1.Basic features modul

2.E-series Coding module

3.E-series CAS1, CAS2, CAS3, CAS3+  mileage Reset

4.E-series keyprog module

5.FEM/BDC mileage module

6.F-series mileage correction module

7.FLASH calibration READ/WRITE calibrations for F and G series models

8.ISN reset for F-series HP8 gearbox

9.FEM/BDC keyprog module

10.ISN MSx8x (SIEMENS) for BMW

11.F-Coding module

12.Tricore module for BMW

13.CAS4 CAS4+ F-series keyprog module with F-ISN

 

BMW E/F Scanner (BMW-Explorer) software program has the function of reading the  ISN synchronization code via the OBD-II in the computer with a DME / DDE engine from Siemens and Bosch.

 

Applied model:

CAS: all versions of CAS1 CAS2 CAS3 CAS3+

EWS3 system

EWS4 system

 

 

Reading ISN DME (CAS System)

Go to the CAS control unit, “Additional functions”, “Reading ISN”

In the opened window ISN will be displayed.

If the machine is equipped with the EWS3 system where 2 bytes of the constant part and the change are used, it will be displayed in the window 2 bytes of ISN DME (the upper 3 windows will be empty), if necessary they can be changed.

If the machine uses the EWS4 system, then 16 bytes of constant synchronization are used and there is no variable part.

Also after 2006, CAS3 uses an anti-theft code for EGS

If there is an EWS3 system in the car, then this code is the same with the engine control unit, if the machine already has an EWS4 system, then EGS uses separate 2 bytes

The program is in place of the engine ISN, it will display the gearbox code .. as in the picture below

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Reading ISN DME (EWS3 System)

Come into ECU the DME/DDE engine, choose “Additional. Functions” and “ISN”

In the engine control units, the program supports reading the anti-theft ISN code via the OBD connector

To do this, open the control block identification window further in the additional reading functions ISN

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Reading ISN DME (EWS4 System)

Come into ECU the DME/DDE engine, choose “Additional. Functions” and “ISN”

In the engine control units, the program supports reading the anti-theft ISN code via the BMW Explorer OBD connector

To do this, open the control block identification window further in the additional reading functions ISN

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BMW EF Scanner to Reset BMW FEMBDC Mileage Guide

bmw explorer E/F scanner have the function to reset or correct mileage for BMW FEM/BDC.And the main procedures as below:

BMW-EF-Scanner-Reset-BMW-FEMBDC-Mileage-Guide-1

The reset of the FEM / BDC is divided into several stages
1 Preparation of FEM / BDC thru OBD
2 Preparation of FEM / BDC using programmer (Reading BACKUP)
3 Programming FEM / BDC with BMW-Explorer via OBD
4 Write back BACKUP EEprom  with the programmer
5 Write BACKUP coding (CAFD) via OBD
6 Mileage reset thru OBD

Step 1:
Remove the instrument panel (KOMBI) from the vehicle and use the programmer to edit the mileage.Further it is necessary to perform a quick test , go to the FEM / BDC and click the “Reset mileage” button,The program will check for a supported version of the unit,prepare the unit for the next procedure, and will display the message “Read Eeprom and upload in calc”.
DO NOT CLOSE THE CALCULATOR WINDOW AND THE PROGRAM !!!!!

Step 2:
Remove the FEM / BDC unit as described HERE. Disassemble the FEM / BDC unit as described in THIS SECTION.
Read 95128 Eeprom (pictured in the upper right corner) using programmer
(Orange Xprog or others that supports EEprom 95128/95256).
Download Eeprom into BMW-Explorer, load Eeprom 95128/95256 and save Eeprom and write it back into the FEM / BDC.

Step 3:
Install the unit on the car in the reverse order of removal, and connect BMW-Explorer via OBD.The car probably will not respond to the key, do not get scared!

Connect to FEM, press “Reset mileage”, Explorer will propose to program the FEM / BDC, agree and wait for the programming to finish.

After successful programming, the program will write to you “Return the saved original Eeprom”, then remove FEM again and using programmer, return the previously read contents of EEprom 95128. Then you can install the unit back to the car.

Step 4:
Write BACKUP coding (CAFD) via OBD

Step 5:
Go into the FEM / BDC control unit with BMW-Explorer and press “reset mileage” button and after 3-5 seconds mileage will be successfully reset.

Install the instrument panel (KOMBI) with the edited new mileage

Sometimes it is possible that after the last manipulation the FEM / BDC will stop responding to the diagnostics, then you need to flash this EEprom into the unit and program the unit with Esys or ISTA-P and start the unit preparation from step 1.

P.S: Follow the instructions and  save your time.

Supported ECU FEM:
swfl_0000155e_004_102_030, swfl_0000155e_004_102_040
swfl_0000155e_004_103_030, swfl_0000155e_004_104_040
swfl_0000155e_007_102_010, swfl_0000155e_008_101_030
swfl_0000155e_008_101_050, swfl_0000155e_008_101_070
swfl_0000155e_011_102_020, swfl_0000155e_012_104_01
swfl_0000155e_012_200_030, swfl_0000155e_014_102_040
swfl_0000155e_015_100_020, swfl_0000155e_015_102_020
swfl_0000155e_015_152_030, swfl_0000155e_015_154_010
swfl_0000155e_016_106_030, swfl_0000155e_016_112_010
swfl_0000155e_016_114_020, swfl_0000155e_017_110_030

Supported ECU BDC:
swfl_00002419_005_016_130, swfl_00002419_005_016_140
swfl_00002419_005_017_092, swfl_00002419_005_018_031
swfl_00002419_005_019_040, swfl_00002419_005_019_101
swfl_00002419_005_019_120, swfl_00002419_005_028_060
swfl_00002419_005_028_160, swfl_00002419_005_028_170
swfl_00002419_005_028_245, swfl_00002419_005_031_110
swfl_00002419_005_031_200, swfl_00002419_005_042_030
swfl_00002419_005_042_050, swfl_00002419_005_042_070
swfl_00002419_005_118_030, swfl_00002419_005_118_050
swfl_00002419_005_118_140, swfl_00002419_042_100_040
swfl_00002419_052_010_030, swfl_00002419_052_030_010
swfl_00002419_052_040_010, swfl_00002419_061_010_030
swfl_00002419_062_010_020, swfl_00002419_071_010_040