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Old 07-16-2017, 08:58 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Sorry, my fault, in the ZFE do not activate because there was no line that referred to the ASC

I Active in KOMBI and BSMKP
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Old 07-16-2017, 09:00 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Quote:
Originally Posted by Patrique83
Was the front wheel different for TPMS sensor?

Did you have to drill extra hole?


Do not fix it, I assumed it was abs2 and the abs sensors would be correct
Another rookie bug
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Old 07-16-2017, 09:03 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

In short, to activate the ASC, the bike has to be I-ABS2, have ecu BMSKP
And you have to activate it in the modules:

To activate in KOMBI

ASC
aktiv

To activate in ZFE

??

Activate in ABS

??

To activate in BSMKP

ASC_BEREIT
aktiv
ASC_VERBAUT
aktiv


it is right ?
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Old 07-16-2017, 09:04 AM
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

There is ASC in ZFE. I am sure....

I think is called ASC_VERBAUT or just ASC
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

Quote:
PWM_HH_STEP1
40%
PWM_HH_STEP2
80%
TIME_INDIC_LIMIT
10_sekunden
DISTANCE_INDIC_LIMIT
210_meter
TIME_INDIC_NORMAL
1.47_hz
TIME_KL61_HIGH
5_sekunden
TIME_KL61_LOW
3_sekunden
KL61_LEVEL_MIN
wert_01
KL61_LEVEL_MAX
wert_01
RPM_THRLD_KL61
500_rpm
BRAKE_LEVEL_MAX
wert_01
BRAKE_LEVEL_MIN
wert_01
BRAKE_STD_VBAT
wert_01
BRAKE_STD_LVL_MAX
wert_01
BRAKE_STD_LVL_MED
wert_01
N_TEETH_SPEED_SENSOR
48_zaehne
PWM_KL58_REAR_POSITION
100%
DAMPING_SAMPLES
wert_01
TIME_DEB_BRAKE
wert_02
TIME_DEB_DIG_IN
wert_01
TIME_DEB_RESHEAT
0_ms
TIME_DEB_HORN
100_ms
TIME_DEB_KLR
100_ms
TIME_DEB_BULBS
100_ms
TIME_DEB_HALOGEN
146_ms
LOGISTIC_COUNTER
40
MIN_VBAT_KLR
wert_03
TIMOUT_KLR
15_min
MAX_CURRENT_KLR
5_amp
KL56B2_OFF_56A_ON
nicht_aktiv
SEAT_HEAT_DRV_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
SEAT_HEAT_PAS_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
ESA_ZSVO_PRESENT
aktiv
ESA_FBHI_PRESENT
aktiv
ESA_ZSHI_PRESENT
aktiv
ESA_DSHI_PRESENT
aktiv
WINDSCREEN_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
SWITCH_OFF_DELAY
wert_01
PWM_SH_DRV_STEP1
wert_01
PWM_SH_DRV_STEP2
100%
PWM_SH_PAS_STEP1
wert_01
PWM_SH_PAS_STEP2
100%
ESA_SE_ZSVO
k40
k43
k44
k44_tue
ESA_SE_ZSHI
wert_01
k27
k40
ESA_SE_DSHI
wert_01
k40
ESA_SEB_ZSVO
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_SEB_ZSHI
wert_01
k25mue
k40
ESA_SEB_DSHI
wert_01
k40
ESA_SSO_ZSVO
k27
k27_wp
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_SSO_ZSHI
wert_01
k25mue
k40
ESA_SSO_DSHI
wert_01
k40
ESA_NE_ZSVO
k40
ESA_NE_ZSHI
k40
k40_mue
ESA_NE_DSHI
k40
ESA_NEB_ZSVO
k40
ESA_NEB_ZSHI
k40
ESA_NEB_DSHI
k40
ESA_NSO_ZSVO
k40
ESA_NSO_ZSHI
k40
k40_mue
k43_mue
ESA_NSO_DSHI
k40
ESA_CE_ZSVO
k27
k27_wp
k28
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_CE_ZSHI
k27
k27_wp
k28
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_CE_DSHI
k40
ESA_CEB_ZSVO
k28
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_CEB_ZSHI
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_CEB_DSHI
k40
ESA_CSO_ZSVO
k28
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_CSO_ZSHI
k40
k43
k44
k40_mue
k43_mue
k44_tue
ESA_CSO_DSHI
k40
k44
k44_tue
WS_CURRENT_LIMIT
wert_01
REAR_WHEEL_CIRCUMF
1878_mm
ABS_PRESENCE
aktiv
DWA_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
HANDLERHEAT_PRESENT
aktiv
LED_KL54_OUTPUT
nicht_aktiv
LED_KL58R_OUTPUT
nicht_aktiv
LOW_BEAM_BY_HAND_OFF
aktiv
WS_LIMIT
wert_01
WS_REF_CURRENT_LIMIT
wert_01
DF11_TYPE
df11
SENSOR_TYPE
bosch
TIME_1
wert_01
TIME_2
wert_01
TIME_3
wert_01
VALUE_1
wert_01
VALUE_2
wert_01
VALUE_3
wert_01
DELAY_PWM_SIGNALS
0_sec
PWM_BRAKE
wert_01
WS_MAX_POS_OFFSET
wert_01
EXTERN_TEMP_SENSOR
aktiv
RADIO_SET_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
TCPL_K_TEMP
wert_01
WS_MOVE_ONLY_IF_RPM
nicht_aktiv
WS_CURRENT_BOTTOM_OFFSET
wert_01
WS_MAX_COUNT_SENSOR_ERR
wert_01
AUTHORITY_FOG_LAMP
nicht_aktiv
AUTHORITY_LIGHTS
nicht_aktiv
AUTHORITY_MAIN_RELAY
nicht_aktiv
KL15_BOOST_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
MIN_VBATT_KLR_DELAY_TIME
wert_01
DOUBLE_POWER_KL56A
aktiv
DOUBLE_POWER_KL56B
nicht_aktiv
ESA_WITH_HALL_SENSOR
nicht_aktiv
WKS_CONFIGURED
nicht_aktiv
KL56A_KL56B_CROSSFADE
nicht_aktiv
MAX_VOLTAGE_BATT_CHARGE
wert_01
DELAY_DISPLAY
wert_01
TEMP_WHEN_ENGINE_WARM
aktiv
THRESHOLD_BIKE_SPEED
wert_01
THRESHOLD_ENGINE_TEMP
wert_01
LAPTIMER_CONFIGURED
nicht_aktiv
KL56A_PWM_DRIVEN
wert_02
OPENLOAD_HORN_DISABLED
wert_02
PWM_FREQUENCY
wert_01
AUTHORITY_RPM_DEBOUNCING
wert_01
wert_02
CRUISE_CONTROL_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
KL56A_PWM_DUTY_CYCLE
wert_01
AUTHORITY_HYSTERESES
wert_01
AUTHORITY_RPM_ON
wert_01
BREAK_PAD_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
BREAK_STATUS_VIA_CAN
aktiv
CODING_DONE
done
DIAG_SPEED_OUTPUT_ENABLED
nicht_aktiv
ESA_CCC1_DSHI
wert_01
ESA_CCC1_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_CCC1_ZSHI
wert_03
ESA_CCC1_ZSVO
wert_03
ESA_CCC2_DSHI
wert_01
ESA_CCC2_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_CCC2_ZSHI
wert_03
ESA_CCC2_ZSVO
wert_03
ESA_CE_FBHI
wert_02
ESA_CEB_FBHI
wert_01
wert_02
wert_05
ESA_CROSSCOUNTRY_MODE
nicht_aktiv
ESA_CSO_FBHI
wert_02
ESA_FRONT_PRESENT
nicht_aktiv
ESA_NCC1_DSHI
wert_01
ESA_NCC1_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_NCC1_ZSHI
wert_03
ESA_NCC1_ZSVO
wert_03
ESA_NCC2_DSHI
wert_01
ESA_NCC2_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_NCC2_ZSHI
wert_03
ESA_NCC2_ZSVO
wert_03
ESA_NE_FBHI
wert_02
ESA_NEB_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_NSO_FBHI
wert_02
ESA_SCC1_DSHI
wert_01
ESA_SCC1_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_SCC1_ZSHI
wert_03
ESA_SCC1_ZSVO
wert_03
ESA_SCC2_DSHI
wert_01
ESA_SCC2_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_SCC2_ZSHI
wert_03
ESA_SCC2_ZSVO
wert_03
ESA_SE_FBHI
wert_02
ESA_SEB_FBHI
wert_01
wert_05
ESA_SSO_FBHI
wert_02
FRONT_BLOCK_CURRENT_ESA
wert_01
FRONT_ESA_CALIBRATION_RUN
wert_01
FRONT_ESA_CCC1_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_CCC2_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_CE_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_CEB_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_CSO_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_NCC1_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_NCC2_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_NE_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_NEB_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_NSO_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_REFERENCE_RUN
wert_01
FRONT_ESA_SCC1_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_SCC2_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_SE_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_SEB_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_ESA_SSO_FBVO
wert_01
wert_03
FRONT_MAX_CURRENT_ESA
wert_01
KL56B1_OFF_KL56A_ON
nicht_aktiv
MIN_ESA_HS_PULSES
wert_01
wert_05
MIN_FRONT_ESA_HS_PULSES
wert_01
wert_03
MIN_MOVEMENT_FRONT_ESA
wert_01
MIN_MOVEMENT_REAR_ESA
wert_01
PWM_HH_STEP1_NTC_0
sonst
PWM_HH_STEP1_NTC_10
sonst
PWM_HH_STEP1_NTC_15
sonst
PWM_HH_STEP1_NTC_20
sonst
PWM_HH_STEP1_NTC_5
k26
sonst
REAR_BULB_SUBSTITUTION_08
aktiv
REAR_ESA_CALIBRATION_RUN
wert_01
REAR_ESA_REFERENCE_RUN
wert_01
SPEED_MAX_FRONT_MOVEMENT
wert_01
wert_02
SPEED_MAX_FRONT_RECALIB
wert_01
SPEED_MAX_REAR_MOVEMENT
wert_01
SPEED_MAX_REAR_RECALIB
wert_01
THERMOCOUPLES_FLS_08
foliengeber
WS_CALIB_RUN_CURRENT_LIMI
wert_01
WS_MINIMUM_HIGHEST_POSIT
40_steps
ESA_DTC_POS_NOT_REACHED
nicht_aktiv
ESA_FAULT_TOLERANCE_RETRY
wert_01
ESA_NEXT_TRY_TIME
wert_01
ESA_POS_ERROR_NOTIFICAT
nicht_aktiv
TCPL_MIN_VALUE_K27
wert_01
XX_WERTE
k40_k43_19l_folie
YY_WERTE
k40_k43_19l_folie
ESA_RETRY_MOVE_BACK
wert_01
VBAT_OFFSET_08
wert_01
AUTHORITY_BIKE
output_disabled
ESA_INFINITE_RETRIES
wert_01
ESA_RETRIES_BETWEEN_KL15
wert_01
ESA_RETRIES_WITHIN_KL15
wert_01
HEAT_PUSH_BUTTON
heizung_per_schalter
RPM_THRESHOLD
25000_rpm
THRESHOLD_VOLTAGE_LOW
25_volt
THRESHOLD_VOLTAGE_OK
9_volt
TIMER_VOLTAGE_LOW
255_sek
TIMER_VOLTAGE_OK
0_sek
DELAY_RADIO_KL15_OFF
wert_01
FREEZE_FLS_BY_SIDESTAND
aktiv
FUEL_TANK_CAPACITY
19_liter
NUM_STEPS_REFERENCE_RUN
wert_02
TCPL_READ_INJECTED_FUEL
nicht_aktiv
TCPL_AVG_SAMPLES_C08
wert_02
wert_03
PWM_KL54_POSITION_08
24%
BLOCK_CURRENT_ESA_08
esa_poti
MAX_BLOCK_CURRENT_ESA_08
esa_poti

This is a ZFE of a motorcycle with ASC
There is no reference to ASC
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Quote:
ABS_LIEFERANT
wert_02
ASC_BEREIT
aktiv
ASC_VERBAUT
aktiv
GS_SETTING
nicht_aktiv
OELNIV_SENSOR
aktiv
OELTEMP_SENSOR
aktiv
RAD_RADIUS
190/50_17
default
UEBERSETZUNG
k40
k44
OELNIV_LOW_HIGH
nicht_aktiv

This is the BSMKP of a motorcycle with ASC
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Quote:
LANGUAGE_CODE
deutsch
TYPE
nicht_verwendet
DAMP_FACTOR_SINKING_FUEL
tau_1.6
DAMP_FACTOR_RISING_FUEL
tau_1.6
TANK_RES_THRESHOLD_ON
wert_02
TANK_RES_THRESHOLD_OFF
wert_02
TANK_RES_VALUE_FOR_RANGE
wert_01
TANK_COR_FACTOR_FOR_RANGE
wert_02
FNV
aktiv
FNB
aktiv
FWV
aktiv
FWB
aktiv
FFV
aktiv
FFB
aktiv
FFVB
nicht_aktiv
FFBB
nicht_aktiv
DAMP_FACTOR_TEMP_SINKING
tau_3.2
DAMP_FACTOR_TEMP_RISING
tau_3.2
CNV
aktiv
CNB
aktiv
CWV
aktiv
CWB
aktiv
CFV
aktiv
CFB
aktiv
CFVB
aktiv
CFBB
nicht_aktiv
OFFSET_ODOMETER
0_km
ASC
aktiv
DWA_ACTIVE_TIME
3_tage
ZTDC
aktiv
ZDDC
aktiv
ZCLK
aktiv
ZBC
aktiv
TIME_PRE_DRIVE_CHECK_1
3_sekunden
TIME_PRE_DRIVE_CHECK_2
2_sekunden
TIME_PRE_DRIVE_CHECK_2A
2_sekunden
TIME_PRE_DRIVE_CHECK_3
2_sekunden
ODO_UNIT
km
TANK_CAPACITY_100_PERCENT
19_liter
ESA
aktiv
NUMBER_OF_CYLINDERS
4-zylinder
MODEL_VARIANT_CODING_ABS
k40
ABS
aktiv
DWA
nicht_aktiv
CLOCK_MODE
24h
COOLANT_TEMP_X1-X6
wasser_temp
COOL_TEMP_BAR_GRAPH_Y1-Y6
wasser_temp_9_seg
KL_R_ABSCHALTVERZ
wert_01
OSD_MASK
alle_nicht_aktiv
TIME_ESA_STATUS
wert_02
TIME_INTRO_HB
wert_01
TIME_INTRO_LB
wert_01
TIME_PRE_DRIVE_CHECK_4
2_sekunden
WAKEUP_ABSCHALTVERZ
wert_01
AVERAGE_CONSUMPTION
wert_01
FL_X0_OR_FUEL_BAR_1_ON
anzeige_gross
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_X1_OR_FUEL_BAR_1_OFF
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_X2_OR_FUEL_BAR_2_X0
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_X3_OR_FUEL_BAR_2_X1
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_X4_OR_FUEL_BAR_2_Y0
anzeige_9_seg_k4x
anzeige_9_seg_k4x_mue
FL_Y0_OR_FUEL_BAR_2_Y1
anzeige_gross
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_Y1_OR_FUEL_BAR_4_OFF
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_Y2
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_Y3
normale_anzeige_9_seg
FL_Y4
normale_anzeige_9_seg
SPANNED_DISPLAY_COOLANT
nicht_aktiv
SPANNED_DISPLAY_TANK
nicht_aktiv
TANK_RES_WARNING
aktiv
TO_CHECK_BEF_SWITCH_OFF
kein_timeout_check
OELSTANDSANZEIGE
aktiv
BBVA
nicht_aktiv
BC
aktiv
CONSUMPTION_UNIT
l/100km
RADIO
nicht_aktiv
SITZHEIZUNG
nicht_aktiv
TEMP_UNIT
grad_c
TEMPOMAT
nicht_aktiv
ZWEI_LITER_SYNCHRON
nicht_aktiv
CONFIG_EXACT_SPEED_DISP
nicht_aktiv
DISPLAY_NO_RADIO
nicht_aktiv
PRESSURE_UNIT
bar
RDC
aktiv
YY_SPEED
test_par
K_FACT_SPEEDO_AND_DCOUNT
k40_48/48
k43_48/48
ABS_TYPE
light_on
HOUR_METER
nicht_aktiv
RANGE_IN_RESERVE
nicht_aktiv
RDC_TYRE_TEMP
nicht_aktiv
OAT_ENABLE
aktiv
TANK_DISPLAY_DISABLE
nicht_aktiv
DAMP_VALUE_AVERAGE_CONSUM
wert_01
HEAT_PUSH_BUTTON
heizung_per_schalter
ANZEIGEZEIT_WEGABHAENGIG
anzeige_ein
ANZEIGEZEIT_ZEITABHAENGIG
anzeige_ein
PERMANENTANZEIGE_WEGABH
anzeige_ein
PERMANENTANZEIGE_ZEITABH
anzeige_ein
SERVICE_WARNBEREICH_WEG
1000_km
SERVICE_ZEITABHAENGIG
1_monat
VORANGESTELLTE_NULLEN
unterdrueckung_ein
WARNLEUCHTE_WEGABHAENGIG
warnleuchte_ein
WARNLEUCHTE_ZEITABHAENGIG
warnleuchte_ein
HGH_DISPLAY_TIME
aus
TNK_DEAD_LOWR_CAP
wert_02
TNK_DEAD_LOWR_LIM
wert_02
TNK_DEAD_UPPR_CAP
wert_02
TNK_DEAD_UPPR_LIM_OFF
wert_02
TNK_DEAD_UPPR_LIM_ON
wert_02
FUEL_ALGORITHM_ACTIVATE
nicht_aktiv


This is the KOMBI of a motorcycle with ASC
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

There is reference to the ASC in KOMBI and BSMKP, but not in the ZFE
The ABS did not read it
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

I was maybe thinking of DWA in ZFE... sorry.
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

a question
If we placed the pineapple of the handlebar with the ASC button and pressed it could be activated
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

You also need to change the FA and write code w650 AUTOSC / ASC (look at first page)
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You also need to change the FA and write code w650 AUTOSC / ASC (look at first page)

That if i did
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Re: BMSK ZFE ABS ASC SPEEDO DWA RDC BoardComputer

The switch on handlebar may not work because the wiring is missing (not sure though).
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I will try to activate the ASC in the ABS2 module, if you leave me ...

As for the switch of the handlebar, bmw offers to activate it and only requires modification of software and change of the switch of the handlebar
It is assumed that the cabling is well prepared
Is like the connector of the alarm, that also serves for the RDC
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The ASC button is the same position as the emergency button. But the cable from emergency button is not working with my ASC.

I have the cable system from 07 K1200s but i keep my original 05 handlebar buttons.
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It will be a matter of proving, this is unknown territory
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The ASC button is the same position as the emergency button. But the cable from emergency button is not working with my ASC.

I have the cable system from 07 K1200s but i keep my original 05 handlebar buttons.

Also thinks that the emergency button may have other pins assigned to the ASC in the handlebar connector
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I know. My bike is now on its way to germany, along with my computer.
Will be able to test again in September....
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Maybe by then we already know something
I'll tell you how I stay with the asc
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Thank you very much for your time and your help.
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My next project i wan't to install BMSKP from K1200s and wiring from K1300.
I wan't to see if i can make K1300 quickshift work on K1200
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My next project i wan't to install BMSKP from K1200s and wiring from K1300.
I wan't to see if i can make K1300 quickshift work on K1200


The exchange of ecu from bmsk to bsmkp is very interesting and I would like to learn how to do it

When you install bsmkp, tell us how you did the process
Especially the EWS

Because I was talking to a bmw mechanic
And told me that the EWS can not program it

The code of the keys, is associated with the VIN and is automatically entered into the
Reschedule a BSMK or BSMKP ecu

So in theory, changing the VIN to the ECU and reprogramming it should have the same EWS as our motorcycle

The only drawback is that the ECU BSMK or BSMKP can only be reprogrammed 13 times, when that limit is reached, it can not be programmed anymore
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The key and VIN number have nothing in common.

The key has a identification number in the chip.
That number has to be written into the EWS part of BMSK/BMSKP.
Toolset32 lets you write this number into EWS.

I found out that you can programm modules (i tried with ABS, maximum 2) more then maximum number of times if you use toolset32.
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I see that you know more about the subject than the bmw mechanic with whom I speak

When you make the change from BSMK to BSMKP and you will explain the process
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Got a good set for ya.

My 2006 K12R started its life as a -stupid- servo brake bike.
After failing twice on me, I decided to make a complete make-over.
So, replaced the ABS with a Teves non-servo unit.
In order to do that, I ordered the wiring of a 2009 K13R. Change the rear portion, but NOT the front portion of the wiring harness.

The electronics wouldn't play nice. So, I bought the ZFE and a K13R Kombi.
Now, ABS works only if I reset the errors (coding errors) on the ABS module.

I don't have fuel level. The GS911 says "implausbile signal".
So, I replace my strip leven sender with a float type. Same error.

Do I have to change the front wiring as well?
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Good to see that someone did the same mod as I did.....haha

Here is my thread:
http://www.i-bmw.com/showthread.php?t=60520

Did you change the ABS sensor ring?
Did you recode the Instrument cluster and ZFE to tell them what kind of ABS you are running now?

Did you rewrite the FA (Vehicle build order) using NCSExpert to tell the ZFE, ABS, BMSK and Kombi that you are now running I-ABS2 ?

Also, on my bike (K1200s 05) the error on my ABS was that the I-ABS2 coding index was set to -- I had to change it to 00 using Toolset32 for it to stop throwing out "error unknown" and to keep the ABS warning light flashing, then off once i started moving.

You probably do the same thing that i did for a while..... turn bike on, ABS light solid, reset ABS error.....start the bike......ride it. Turn off the bike, turn it back on.....ABS error is solid.

The ZFE and Instrument cluster need to be coded to be using fuel strips (K1200 05-08).
The 1300 have float level sensor.

I did briefly read your other thread, did you replace the tank too?

The wiring harness for a k13r may not work for k12r fuel strip type sensor (I haven't looked into the wiring diagram).

The engine wiring harness won't need changing. Its only for the engine.

The GS-911 is not capable to change the coding/settings on the individual modules, so you will need to buy a K-DCAN cable + Adapter (OBD2 to BMW diagnostic round plug).
If you get the K-DCAN cable and Adapter and setup the software i can help you fix your problems over the internet using teamviewer.....
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Was the front wheel different for TPMS sensor?

Did you have to drill extra hole?

sorry . I answered this question with the other thing that had nothing to do with the subject

The front wheel of the k1200 / 2005 does not come ready for sensor RDC:
You have to rectify the hole
make Screw
Insert a bushing with inner and outer thread, to reduce the size of the hole
And threading the sensor there

The only problem is that the wheels are unbalanced, when adding the sensor
Weighs more of that part and then when assembling the tires we have to add 2 tonnes of lead ....

The next time you change the tires on the wheels, you will balance the wheels without the rubber tires, leaving the leads on the inside, but secure them with extra strong adhesive to prevent them from loosening
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Good to see that someone did the same mod as I did.....haha

Here is my thread:
http://www.i-bmw.com/showthread.php?t=60520

Did you change the ABS sensor ring?
Did you recode the Instrument cluster and ZFE to tell them what kind of ABS you are running now?

Did you rewrite the FA (Vehicle build order) using NCSExpert to tell the ZFE, ABS, BMSK and Kombi that you are now running I-ABS2 ?

Also, on my bike (K1200s 05) the error on my ABS was that the I-ABS2 coding index was set to -- I had to change it to 00 using Toolset32 for it to stop throwing out "error unknown" and to keep the ABS warning light flashing, then off once i started moving.

You probably do the same thing that i did for a while..... turn bike on, ABS light solid, reset ABS error.....start the bike......ride it. Turn off the bike, turn it back on.....ABS error is solid.

The ZFE and Instrument cluster need to be coded to be using fuel strips (K1200 05-08).
The 1300 have float level sensor.

I did briefly read your other thread, did you replace the tank too?

The wiring harness for a k13r may not work for k12r fuel strip type sensor (I haven't looked into the wiring diagram).

The engine wiring harness won't need changing. Its only for the engine.

The GS-911 is not capable to change the coding/settings on the individual modules, so you will need to buy a K-DCAN cable + Adapter (OBD2 to BMW diagnostic round plug).
If you get the K-DCAN cable and Adapter and setup the software i can help you fix your problems over the internet using teamviewer.....

I forgot to mention that I bought a completely new swingarm with FD with the proper ring and sensor for it, as well as the front ABS rings. That's why the ABS works resetting the errors with GS911.

Regarding the fuel level sensor, I took the strip out. Noticed how the float is attached to a collar/funnel that does not fit my fuel tank. So, I took the float out of the funnel and installed in my existing fuel tank.
Should I replace the front wiring?

I bought the INTAPRO software in Amazon along with the OBD and K-CAN cables.

Couldn't get the software to do anything.
Any help pointing me in where to buy what I need would be greatly appreciated.
I haven't coded the Kombi or ZFE.
If I need to change it so that the Kombi and ZFE (from a K13R) are happy with the float, I can. Right now has the '06 K12R wiring (front, not the engine) harness and the float sensor.

Your help would be greatly appreciated!
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Can you post a photo of your cable and adapter?
And what is INTAPRO Software?
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Can you post a photo of your cable and adapter?
And what is INTAPRO Software?

This is what I got:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00H39RSI8...oding=UTF8&me=

Also the adapter for bikes:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

The software wasn't "INTAPRO" it was "INPA" and "Ediabas".
I couldn't get anything to work. It was a hack.

What's that WinkFP software?

I saw in your thread that you got both INPA and Ediabas to work.
I have to find the original CD and a new Windows PC to install it on.

I have the coding error, and have to use GS911 to reset the ABS everytime I go out.
Please help!
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Go to this webpage and download "Teamviewer"

This software lets me connect to your computer and i can then setup the EDIABAS software.

I have windows 7..... but i am sure it works on other windows versions.
Message me when you are ready.
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Here is the link....

https://www.teamviewer.com/en/
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Okay

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Patrique, I have a question for you.
Since I change the odometer, I put the exhaust of the k1300s and modify the parameters of my ZFE (Change the complete configuration of my ZFE to that of another motorcycle with on-board computer) , this is happening to



Control the consumption since I bought my bike in May 2016
And always ranged from 6 to 7.5%, and suddenly fell to 4%, 3.8% ....

I do not know what may have happened, do you have any idea?
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From where do you get fuel consumption reading? From BMSK?
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No, it's an app on my iphone (road trip)
Every time I fill the tank, I write in it the liters of gasoline and kilometers traveled and the app calculates the actual consumption
That's why I'm so surprised, because it's real ...

I have been comparing the dump lines of my ZFE and compared them
With the dump I put (the one of another bike with BC) and these lines were not in
The original dump



PWM_FREQUENCY
Wert_01

AUTHORITY_RPM_DEBOUNCING
Wert_01
Wert_02

KL56A_PWM_DUTY_CYCLE
Wert_01



And this one if it was in my dump but was disabled
Now it is active

TCPL_READ_INJECTED_FUEL
Aktiv



The rest of the listing is the same
Can this have influenced the dramatic decline in consumption?
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Yesterday I had access to a k1200s of 2006 with electric servo and computer of board
I dump your ZFE and discard these three lines , because they were already included in the dump

PWM_FREQUENCY
Wert_01

AUTHORITY_RPM_DEBOUNCING
Wert_01
Wert_02

KL56A_PWM_DUTY_CYCLE
Wert_01

The owner of the bike told me that his bike was consuming 6%
We change the line

TCPL_READ_INJECTED_FUEL
nitch_Aktiv

And we changed it by

TCPL_READ_INJECTED_FUEL
Aktiv


In its first course of 100 km, this is what I set your computer on board



We will continue to observe the consumption in the next few weeks to see if that line is responsible for lowering it
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TCPL_READ_INJECTED_FUEL
Aktiv or not_aktiv

Can not change fuel consumption. The ZFE does not control fuel injection or consumption.

TCPL, i think is: True ConsumPtion Level.... meaning it reads injected fuel not fuel level divided by kilometer travelled. Quite possible that the difference in calculated fuel vs. measured fuel is 4%-6%
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TCPL_READ_INJECTED_FUEL
Aktiv or not_aktiv

Can not change fuel consumption. The ZFE does not control fuel injection or consumption.

TCPL, i think is: True ConsumPtion Level.... meaning it reads injected fuel not fuel level divided by kilometer travelled. Quite possible that the difference in calculated fuel vs. measured fuel is 4%-6%

That would explain what the odometer marks

But I still do not have an explanation of why my bike has gone from consuming
An average of 6.5 to 4%



And I have not modified anything about bsmk
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Temperature and air density is also a big factor.
The bike will consume less fuel when air is hot. And in spain it has been very hot lately.
You change exhaust from K1200 to K1300? Different exhaust can also affect the fuel consumption.....
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Yes, change the exhaust to the one of the k1300s
Also been mounted for a long time the "accelerator", which deceives the thermometer of the motorcycle and indicates 12 degrees of temperature less than the real

But apart from that I have not modified anything else and the motorcycle had never consumed so little

But ... ISTA / D gives me an unknown error in the BSMK
And the bike works better than ever ... I do not get it ??????
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I think I already know why my bike makes such low consumption
There are lines in the new kombi that do not match the lines of the original kombi

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fbw7m52xw3...kombi.txt?dl=0


It may be that due to this, the bike marks more kilometers of the routes really and hence the consumption so low

In having a while, review the lines of code of the KOMBI and adjust the disparate values to the originals to see if the consumption is real or was badly calculated by counting kilometers more
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Did you recode your new display by using aswpsw.man file from old display?
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Did you recode your new display by using aswpsw.man file from old display?

No, leave the code of the new screen
Just activate the BC option and the RDC option

Another rookie bug
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Did you recode your new display by using aswpsw.man file from old display?


By the way, should not use the file
"FSW_PSW.MAN"
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You removed your fuel level sensor and installed a float type, true?

Did you change in the ZFE "foliengeber" to "float type" fuel level sensor?
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You removed your fuel level sensor and installed a float type, true?

Did you change in the ZFE "foliengeber" to "float type" fuel level sensor?

Well no ... I just changed the "kombi"


Heauston we have a problem

I can read the "kombi" and get the file FSW_PSW.TRC
I modify the erroneous lines with the values of my previous "kombi"
But it gives me error when trying to write the file FSW_PSW.MAN

Tomorrow I will pass a catch of the error and give me your opinion
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I have already solved the two mysteries

The low consumption was for an incorrect line in the programming of the "kombi"

Was this:

K_FACT_SPEEDO_AND_DCOUNT
K40_48 / 48
K43_48 / 48

This line is for k1200 with ABS2 because it varies the number of splines in the ABS sensor (it has less than ABS1)

The right thing for a k1200 with ABS1 is this

K_FACT_SPEEDO_AND_DCOUNT
K40_100 / 78
K43_100 / 78

Now it is already marking the right consumption
In fact I always frame it, only that being bad the value of the sensor of the ABS, marked miles more

As for the error that did not allow me to program the "KOMBI", it is that ncsexper, check the lines of code before performing the programming
And I was not allowed to change this line

FL_X1_OR_FUEL_BAR_1_OFF
Normale_anzeige_9_seg

The correct thing was this value

FL_X1_OR_FUEL_BAR_1_OFF
Normale_anzeige


But since I have not changed the "ZBnumber" of the KOMBI and still has the one that had of the origin motorcycle of 2007 (7705208), ncsexper does not allow to change that line

I imagine that if I change the "ZBnumber" of the "KOMBI" to the one of my bike off 2005 (7692307), if it would leave me
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I did not change the "segmente" when i installed the new kombi.

And yes, 48/48 is i-abs2.
Your bike would have been running very fast and kilometers would not be counted correctly.

ASC will not work with I-ABS1..... only I-ABS2 has ASC.

If you turn ASC "ON" in kombi, ZFE and BMSK it will show in kombi, but will throw out fault in INPA.
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What would need to be changed to remove the 155 mph/250 kph electronic limit?
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There shouldn't be a limit in your bike..... the factory/dealer can set a rpm limit when the bike is being run in. That limit if i remember correctly is 8000. It should be removed after the first oil change (when new).

My 2005 K1200s runs all the way to 290km/h no problem.

There is a setting inside the BMSK / BMSKP that can be put in to limit the bike.

What year/model is your bike?
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There shouldn't be a limit in your bike..... the factory/dealer can set a rpm limit when the bike is being run in. That limit if i remember correctly is 8000. It should be removed after the first oil change (when new).

My 2005 K1200s runs all the way to 290km/h no problem.

There is a setting inside the BMSK / BMSKP that can be put in to limit the bike.

What year/model is your bike?

Thanks for the reply, Patrique83. I have a 2006 K1200R. The only options it has are heated grips. I verified myself I am limited to 155mph(on a closed course). I have read in multiple places that the 155mph electronic limit is a normal thing across the board with all manufacturers.

One of the links I have found...

http://www.cycleworld.com/2015/12/03...-photos#page-4

It seems a "gentleman's agreement" was made between manufacturers at some point because who needs more than 155mph/250kph on the highway...
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The 1200r is not going any faster because of the single air intake and the gearing of the final drive.

Here is a thread that talks about gear ratios for K1200s vs K1200r.
http://www.k-bikes.com/forums/77-tec...l#/topics/7407

To get the max performance out of your bike you would have to open up the airbox (someone posted a thread recently on how to do it).
And then install a final drive from a k1200s....

Yes, there was a "gentlemans agreement" between the large motorcycle manufacturers some time ago (70-90's) not to produce motorcycles with more then 100hp / 220-250km/h, but i think the speed limitation was more of a biproduct of the lack in hp.
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I got the cables and the software. When I connect to the bike and use INPA I get battery and ignition but I am not sure what I am suppose to select to connect to the BMSK to check codes, etc...

Someone point me in the right direction, please?
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Some version of INPA that come with the cable dont include motorbikes.

Do you see K40 anywhere? (In my version it is Shift F4)
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Some version of INPA that come with the cable dont include motorbikes.

Do you see K40 anywhere? (In my version it is Shift F4)

Nope, no K40. Only E46, etc...I guess it's all the automobiles.

Can you tell me which version of INPA I need to download?
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After having performed various upgrades and mods to my 05 K1200s i am now starting to play around with tuning the BMSK Engine controller directly.

First step will be to find a BMSK Engine controller with a set of Original keys.

I cloned my original BMSK with a cheap ebay one but found out that the key data is not stored in the 2mb flash chip.

EWS Blinking....... arghhh.

Not keen enough on touching my original engine controller yet and flash a tuning file.

Will keep you guys posted....
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After having performed various upgrades and mods to my 05 K1200s i am now starting to play around with tuning the BMSK Engine controller directly.

First step will be to find a BMSK Engine controller with a set of Original keys.

I cloned my original BMSK with a cheap ebay one but found out that the key data is not stored in the 2mb flash chip.

EWS Blinking....... arghhh.

Not keen enough on touching my original engine controller yet and flash a tuning file.

Will keep you guys posted....

This looks interesting...

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Nope, no K40. Only E46, etc...I guess it's all the automobiles.

Can you tell me which version of INPA I need to download?


Sorry buddy..... I must have missed your question (3 month ago).

I use INPA 80x but any version will do.

The INPA loading script needs to be changed to load K40.ger or K40.eng (english or german)

Message me and I can set it up for you.
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Here is something for all of you K1200 K1300 owner who are wondering why the bike always runs "lean".....

Now, a little explanation before you get lost in the numbers.
The following list shows the "Software numbers" that can be flashed into the BMSK according to the build definition.

For example:

K1200s K40 ECE
My build definition number is 7704095
That means that my bike is a Euro2 emission bike that was flashed to be Euro3 compliant.

Now thats great...... or not so.

Looking at the List (read the ****** Lines ****), there actually is a whole set of software flashes that are without EU2 or EU3.

Now, I am convinced that if I flash a Software (example: 7674545) into the engine controller the bike will run like a charm.....

Does anybody have an engine controller with a set of keys as a spare?

12:BMS-K
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******* T = Engine controller not to be left unmodified, NOTE: NO EXHAUST EMMISSION STANDARD (EU2 or EU3)***********
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE
7686563;7682249;7674545;0310500;T
7688885;7688888;7674545;0403500;T
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE 74/79KW
7686873;7686560;7674545;0310510;T
7688886;7688888;7674545;0403500;T
#MBMS-K1:K40 US
7686565;7686560;7674545;0310510;T
7688887;7688888;7674545;0403500;T

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************* ECE = European Version , EU2 = Euro 2 Emission Standard ******************
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE C5 EU2
7691994;7691993;7689839;0405510;WNS
7690774;7691993;7689839;0405510;WNS
7680818;7691993;7689839;0407500;WNS
7693674;7691993;7689839;0407500;WNS
7694667;7694673;7689839;0407500-0411510;WNS
7695983;7695981;7689839;0411520;TN
7696429;7694673;7689839;0411520-0502500;WNS
7696273;7697297;7689839;0502510-0505520,0511300,0512300-0512310;WNS
7702617;7702615;7689839;0601510;NL

*************** European Learner bike / Power reduced to 74 kilowatt ****************
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE 74KW C5 EU2
7691995;7691993;7689839;0405510;WNS
7690775;7691993;7689839;0405510;WNS
7680819;7691993;7689839;0407500;WNS
7693678;7691993;7689839;0407500;WNS
7694668;7694673;7689839;0407500-0411510;WNS
7695984;7695981;7689839;0411520;TN
7696430;7694673;7689839;0411520-0502500;WNS
7696274;7697297;7689839;0502510-0505520,0511300,0512300-0512310;WNS
7703384;7702615;7689839;0601510;NL

***************** US Models with euro2 emission standard ***********
#MBMS-K1:K40 US C5 EU2
7691996;7691993;7689839;0405510;WNS
7690801;7691993;7689839;0405510;WNS
7680820;7691993;7689839;0407500;WNS
7693679;7691993;7689839;0407500;WNS
7694669;7694673;7689839;0407500-0411510;WNS
7695985;7695981;7689839;0411520;TN
7696431;7694673;7689839;0411520-0502500;WNS
7696275;7697297;7689839;0502510-0505520,0511300,0512300-0512310;WNS
7703385;7702615;7689839;0601510;NL


-3-
****************** Euro2 Engine Controller flashed with Euro3 Fuelling table ********
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE C7 EU2 und MBMS-K K40 ECE SERIE XI EU3
7699031;7699030;7694475;0508500;TN
7699795;7699030;7694475;0508510,0511500-0511510,0512400,0601300;WNS
7702376;7702375;7689839;0601510;NL
7703570;7701194;7694475;0601510;T
7704095;7704094;7694475;0601510;HN
7709065;7709061;7694475;0608510;HN
7701868;7701194;7694475;0508500-0508510,0601500-0601510,0608400;WHNS
7705042;7704868;7694475;0608500,0608510,0701500;WHNS
7712720;7712714;7694475;0705510;HN
7712754;7712714;7694475;0705520;HN
7714823;7712714;7694475;0705530,0708500;HNL
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE 74KW C7 EU2
7699032;7699030;7694475;0508500;TN
7702377;7702375;7689839;0601510;NL
7709076;7709074;7689839;0608510;HN
7712722;7712714;7694475;0705510;HN
7712756;7712714;7694475;0705520;HN
7714825;7712714;7694475;0705530,0708500;HNL
#MBMS-K1:K40 ECE 79KW C5 und MBMS-K K40 ECE 79KW SERIE XI C7 EU3
7699796;7699030;7694475;0508510,0511500-0511510,0512400,0601300;WNS
7703571;7701194;7694475;0601510;T
7704096;7704094;7694475;0601510;HN
7709066;7709061;7694475;0608510;HN
7701959;7701194;7694475;0508500-0508510,0601500-0601510,0608400;WHNS
7705043;7704868;7694475;0608500,0608510,0701500;WHNS
7712721;7712714;7694475;0705510;HN
7712755;7712714;7694475;0705520;HN
7714824;7712714;7694475;0705530,0708500;HNL
#MBMS-K1:K40 US C7 EU2 und MBMS-K K40 US SERIE XI C7 EU3
7699033;7699030;7694475;0508500;TN
7699797;7699030;7694475;0508510,0511500-0511510,0512400,0601300;WNS
7702378;7702375;7689839;0601510;NL
7703572;7701194;7694475;0601510;T
7704097;7704094;7694475;0601510;HN
7709067;7709061;7694475;0608510;HN
7701961;7701194;7694475;0508500-0508510,0601500-0601510,0608400;WHNS
7705044;7704868;7694475;0608500,0608510,0701500;WHNS
7712723;7712714;7694475;0705510;HN
7712757;7712714;7694475;0705520;HN
7714826;7712714;7694475;0705530,0708500;HNL
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