F & I chassis coding using E-Sys program

Below is a quick tutorial of how to get started using E-Sys with your Fxx or Ixx chassis BMW. The video shows a more indepth tutorial process for coding various modules.

Steps to establish a connection
  1. Run E-Sys Launcher Premium program.
  2. Choose the chassis for the vehicle you are coding (if not already selected).
  3. E-Sys program will launch automatically.
  4. Click Open Connection (icon with two arros and curvy line).
  5. Once the Open Connection dialog appears, choose the corresponding series from the Target section. Note: Do not choose connection with the suffix "_DIRECT".
  6. Choose Connection via Vin in the Interface section. Note: If this option is greyed out, check your connection and try again.
  7. Click Connect.
Read/Code car data
  1. Click Expert mode from side menu.
  2. Click Read button under Vehicle Order in right panel. This will contain information about the options available on your BMW.
  3. Click Read SVT button from the right panel. This will load all of the various modules present on your BMW.
  4. Find an item with a green dot, right-click and select Read Coding Data. The software will attempt to read data from your vehicle and the item will look like a folder when the process is complete.
  5. Once the data has been read, expand the folder.
  6. Right-click the item in the folder and select Edit FDL.
  7. Begin reading through the different settings and start coding.
  8. After making the desired changes, save the FDL file using the save icon from the menu.
  9. Go back to Expert Mode panel.
  10. To apply the changes to your BMW, you first need to activate FA.
  11. Select FA under Vehicle Order section, right-click, and select Activate FA.
  12. Find the FDL file that was modified (item with the green dot/folder).
  13. Right-click and select Code or Code FDL.

Legacy: E chassis coding using NCSExpert program

The video to the right shows the coding process using NCSExpert (legacy) for Exx chassis BMWs.

We are currently working on writing up quick tutorials for NCSExpert. We apologize for the inconvenience.