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    Quote Originally Posted by NorCalZman View Post
    For example, can cars that have 3 blinks go to 5 blinks with your system? Or is is only going to work for cars that do not already have multiple blinks set up?

    I ask because I had a friend update mine to 3 blinks but I think it would be safer/better to have 5 blinks.
    You can program up to 7 blinks with the factory LCM and NCS Expert and NCS Dummy.

    Basically, open up the LSZ.C36 (if 4.0) or LSZ.C37 (4.5) file with NCS Dummy without loading any FSW_PSW files, go down to cycle_ti_blk, right click it, and click "add parameter". Name it whatever you want, and under data put the number of blinks you want (maximum is 7). Then click on module -> update module.

    You should be able to use that new parameter when coding the LSZ now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overboost View Post
    You can program up to 7 blinks with the factory LCM and NCS Expert and NCS Dummy.

    Basically, open up the LSZ.C36 (if 4.0) or LSZ.C37 (4.5) file with NCS Dummy without loading any FSW_PSW files, go down to cycle_ti_blk, right click it, and click "add parameter". Name it whatever you want, and under data put the number of blinks you want (maximum is 7). Then click on module -> update module.

    You should be able to use that new parameter when coding the LSZ now.
    If you have an LSZ with firmware < 4.0 but >= 3.6, I can flash it with SW 4.7 to allow coding triple blink, FWIW. PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overboost View Post
    You can program up to 7 blinks with the factory LCM and NCS Expert and NCS Dummy.

    Basically, open up the LSZ.C36 (if 4.0) or LSZ.C37 (4.5) file with NCS Dummy without loading any FSW_PSW files, go down to cycle_ti_blk, right click it, and click "add parameter". Name it whatever you want, and under data put the number of blinks you want (maximum is 7). Then click on module -> update module.

    You should be able to use that new parameter when coding the LSZ now.
    I use a Mac, so I cannot reprogram my BMW. My (new) LCM was shipped to me preprogrammed with 3 blink already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorCalZman View Post
    I use a Mac, so I cannot reprogram my BMW. My (new) LCM was shipped to me preprogrammed with 3 blink already.
    You could use an emulator like Boot Camp to run Windows programs on your Mac. Or just have one of the guys out there do it for you. Takes about 5 minutes. I have mine set to 5 blinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Overboost View Post
    You could use an emulator like Boot Camp to run Windows programs on your Mac. Or just have one of the guys out there do it for you. Takes about 5 minutes. I have mine set to 5 blinks.
    Parallels would be a better option, then you never have to leave the comfort of macOS

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    Iím not sure Boot Camp is even supported by Apple anymore.


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