BMW 325d EDC16C35 DPF off

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BMW 325d EDC16C35 DPF off

Postby Gixfighter » Sat Dec 10, 2016 4:21 pm

Hi,

My DPF is almost full, so going to replace the OEM downpipe with straight pipe with no CAT/DPF. But I'm unable to switch off DPF in the software. I'm going to put sensors back in the new pipe.

Thanks for your help
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Re: BMW 325d EDC16C35 DPF off

Postby Prometheus » Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:18 pm

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Re: BMW 325d EDC16C35 DPF off

Postby barraw » Wed Jan 04, 2017 12:40 am

Hello,

OP; is this a standard 325d [197] ECU map please? I have bought a 325d and it's been remapped, but not a very good one, causing errors.

1) Battery condition sensor - no signal. My car is not start-stop so doesn't have a battery condition sensor
2) No signal from oil condition sensor (even though I've just fitted a brand new oil condition sensor trying to fix the error)

So I'm looking for a suitable genuine map to restore it back to standard.

thanks

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Re: BMW 325d EDC16C35 DPF off

Postby Houdini » Wed Jan 04, 2017 3:15 pm

barraw wrote:Hello,

OP; is this a standard 325d [197] ECU map please? I have bought a 325d and it's been remapped, but not a very good one, causing errors.

1) Battery condition sensor - no signal. My car is not start-stop so doesn't have a battery condition sensor
2) No signal from oil condition sensor (even though I've just fitted a brand new oil condition sensor trying to fix the error)

So I'm looking for a suitable genuine map to restore it back to standard.

thanks


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Re: BMW 325d EDC16C35 DPF off

Postby barraw » Thu Jan 05, 2017 10:05 pm

thanks

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