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1 series


These topics can be coded in your 1 series (E8x). For more information about coding, see here.
Save circulation settings
• active
• not active
Circulation settings are saved for next start of the vehicle. (codable in IHKA)

Show ‘Auto’ in automatic mode
• active
• not active
Auto’ is displayed in automatic mode for air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Blower level during automatic A/C
• active
• not active
The current blower level is displayed even during automatic mode of the air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Blower symbol
• active
• not active
Show blower symbol. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 1/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 2/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 3/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 4/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Residual heat with ‘ALL’-button
• active
• not active
ALL’-button triggers residual heat function of the AC. (codable in IHKA)

Panic alarm with remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the ‘unlock trunk’ button to trigger the alarm. To activate this function, also activate ‘Panic alarm’ in the DWA module. (codable in CAS)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• Only with remote
• With locks and remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in CAS)

Panic alarm
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. To activate this function also activate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with dimmed headlights
• active
• not active
Dimmed headlights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with high beams
• active
• not active
High beams blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with warning lights
• active
• not active
Warning lights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm type
• Europe
• USA
• UK
Type and sound of the alarm. United Kingdom is the same sound as Europe, the duration of the alarm is eight times longer. (codable in DWAS)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness daytime running lights
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for daytime running lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness standing lights
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for standing lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness parking lights
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for parking lights. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 1 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 2 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 3 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display
• active
• not active
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display 1/2
• active
• active (alternative)
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. To activate this function, set ‘Brake force display 2/2’ to ‘active’. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display 2/2
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display 1/2’. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – minimum speed
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Minimum speed threshold for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – blinking speed
• slow
• fast
Blinking speed for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – angel eyes
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for angel eyes for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – outer brake lights
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for outer brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – inner brake lights
• on
• flashing
Customization for inner brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – third brake light
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for third brake lights (rear window) for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – tail lights
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for tail lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – rear fog lights
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for rear fog lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in JBBF)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 12s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in JBBF)

Rear wiper in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Rear wiper automatically turns on in reverse gear when front wipers are active. (codable in JBBF)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in JBBF)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1s
• 0.3s
• 0.5s
• 0.7s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1s
• 0.3s
• 0.5s
• 0.7s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in JBBF)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 3
• 5
• 7
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in JBBF)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in JBBF)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.7s
• 1s
• 0.5s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 1.3s
• 1s
• 1.5s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort start
• active
• not active
Ignition key just has to be tapped once to start the engine after ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Comfort eject
• active
• not active
Turn off the ignition with a long press on the start/stop button in order to eject the ignition key. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. To activate this function please activate ‘Comfort folding/unfolding for sideview mirrors’ in the ‘FRM’ module. Also activate ‘Comfort open using remote’ and ‘Comfort close using remote’ in this module. (codable in CAS)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Activate follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights with remote
• active
• not active
Quickly press the ‘Open trunk’ button twice to activate the follow me home lights. In some circumstances the function ‘Panic mode remote’ in the CAS has to be activated, too. (codable in FRM)

Cancel follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are cancelled, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FRM)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration Key 1
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration Key 2
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration Key 3
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Speed limit roof open/close
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Speed limit for closing/opening the roof while driving. For pre-facelift models 30 kph is recommended, due to the less stable construction of the roof. (codable in CTM)

Corner LEDs
• active
• not active
Corner LEDs are active/not active – also known as ‘Corner Delete Mod’. This function often only works on US models to deactivate the corner LEDs. (codable in FRM)

Corner LEDs brightness – low beams
• off
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness of corner LEDs when low beams are active. (codable in FRM)

Corner LEDs brightness – high beams
• off
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness of corner LEDs when high beams are active. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights 1/3
• active
• not active
Use front fog lights/high beams as cornering lights. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights 2/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – front fog lights
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are used as cornering lights. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – reverse gear
• active
• not active
Use cornering lights also when reversing. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of ‘Cornering lights’. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 1
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 1. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 2
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 2. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 3
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 3. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 4
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 4. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights in OBC
• active
• not active
Turn daytime running lights on/off in on board computer. Might not work if an iDrive system is installed. (codable in KOMBI)

Daytime running lights 1/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 2/2’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights 2/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 1/2’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – Key 1
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – Key 2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – Key 3
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights customization
• not active
• dimmed turn signals
• dimmed high beams
Customization of the daytime running lights. Brightness can be set with ‘Daytime running lights brightness’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights brightness
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for dimmed daytime running lights. To use this function, also activate ‘Daytime running lights customization’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – customization
• Off
• Low beams
• High beams
• Only additional lights (EU models)
• Only additional lights (US models)
Customization of the daytime running lights (DRL). The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – high beams brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of high beams for daytime running lights. To activate the high beams for daytime running lights, set ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘High beams’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – front fog lights
• active
• not active
Use front fog lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – front fog lights brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – front fog lights’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – front turn signals
• active
• not active
Use front turn signals as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness daytime running lights
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for daytime running lights. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – sidemarker
• active
• not active
Use sidemarkers as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – number plate lighting
• active
• not active
Use number plate lighting as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Use tail lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – inner brake lights
• active
• not active
Use inner brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – 3rd brake lights
• active
• not active
Use 3rd brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 1 series (E8x). (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 1 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 2 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 3 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – tail lights brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – tail lights’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights
• standard
• permanently on
• permanently off
Set mode of daytime running lights. (codable in CIC)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in IHKA)

Flash to pass with bi-xenon
• active
• not active
Bi-xenon lamps are used for flash to pass. (codable in FRM)

Front fog lights with flash to pass
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating flash to pass. (codable in FRM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 1
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 1. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 2. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 3
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 3. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 4
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 4. (codable in KOMBI)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in JBBF)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 3
• 5
• 7
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in JBBF)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in JBBF)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.7s
• 1s
• 0.5s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 1.3s
• 1s
• 1.5s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Front fog lights with high beams
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating high beams. (codable in FRM)

Audible confirmation menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking in iDrive. This coding only works when the DWA module is installed. (codable in CIC)

Address book menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for address book in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Notepad menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for notepad in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Permanent speedometer lighting
• active
• not active
Speedometer is always lit, even in the daytime. (codable in KOMBI)

Momentary fuel consumption
• active
• not active
Show momentary fuel consumption in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• 0s
• 3s
• 6s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Daytime running lights in OBC
• active
• not active
Turn daytime running lights on/off in on board computer. Might not work if an iDrive system is installed. (codable in KOMBI)

Light sensitivity in OBC 1/2
• active
• not active
Change light sensitivity in on board computer. Might not work if an iDrive system is installed. (codable in KOMBI)

Light sensitivity in OBC 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Light sensitivity in OBC 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 1
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 1. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 2. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 3
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 3. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 4
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 4. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lights with remote
• active
• not active
Pressing the lock button on the remote, when the car is already locked, turns on the interior lights. (codable in CAS)

Interior lighting off after 2 minutes
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is automatically turned off after two minutes. (codable in FRM)

Soft turn on/off for interior lighting
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is softly turned on and off. (codable in FRM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Legal disclaimer (US) – display time
• 0s
• 10s
Display time for the legal disclaimer in the iDrive. Setting this function to ‘0s’ deactivates the legal disclaimer and sometimes even speeds up the starting time of the iDrive. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Lock tailgate when car locked
• active
• not active
Tailgate cannot be unlocked, when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle duration
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes until doors are locked after car was unlocked but no windows or doors have been opened. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 1nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 2nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 3nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 4nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle upon ignition
• active
• not active
Vehicle is locked, when ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• 2 kph / 1 mph
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 18 kph / 11 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 1 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 2
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 2 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 3
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 3 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 4
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 4 is used. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FRM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FRM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FRM)

Electrochromatic mirror dimming
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating)nSide mirrors automatically dim electrochromatic. (codable in FRM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking
• active
• not active
Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 1nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 2nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 3nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 4nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking – unlock fuel lid
• active
• not active
The fuel lid is also unlocked upon the first unlock, when ‘Selective central locking’ is active. (codable in CAS)

Unlock car when turned off
• active
• not active
Doors are automatically unlocked, when ignition key is ejected. Only works if ‘Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1-4’ is activated. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Comfort standing light
• active
• not active
If the light switch is set at automatic or on, the parking lights remain on, until the vehicle is locked with the remote. (codable in FRM)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in CAS)

Power windows after ignition off
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes, for which power windows are active after turning off the ignition. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FRM)

Continue window action when engine started
• active
• not active
When the engine is started while a window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FRM)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seatbelt Hand-Over
• active
• not active
Automatic seatbelt hand-over is active/inactive. (codable in FRM)

Seatbelt Hand-Over driver
• active
• not active
Automatic seatbelt hand-over for driver is active/inactive. (codable in FRM)

Seatbelt Hand-Over passenger
• active
• not active
Automatic seatbelt hand-over for passenger is active/inactive. (codable in FRM)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater level in menu
• active
• not active
Show the current seat heater level for the front seats in the seat heater menu. (codable in CCC)

Show seat heater menu automatically
• active
• not active
Show seat heater menu for a few seconds when activating the seat heater. This function often only works in 5 series models. (codable in CCC)

Sidemarker (US)
• active
• not active
Sidemarkers are permanently active. May need additional ‘Sidemarker (US)’ functions set to ‘active’ if available. If warnings for the turn signals are shown after successfully coding this, please disable the voltage monitoring for the turn signals. This warning is most likely due to the fact that your car is not a US model. (codable in FRM)

Sidemarker (US) brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Sidemarker (US)’. (codable in FRM)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Unlock rear window
• active
• not active
Key unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 1
• active
• not active
Key 1 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 2
• active
• not active
Key 2 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 3
• active
• not active
Key 3 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 4
• active
• not active
Key 4 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 1
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 2
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 3
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 4
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 1
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 2
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 3
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 4
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Threshold for low range warning
• off
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
Threshold for acoustic low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for tank reserve warning
• 6.5 litres
• 8.0 litres
• 10.0 litres
• 12.5 litres
• 20.0 litres
Threshold for tank reserve warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Telephone ringtone
• BMW
• Mini
Customize telephone ringtone. (codable in CIC)

Hazard lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice. (codable in FRM)

Crash lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice upon an accident. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. If available, please activate this option for the different keys as well. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function Key 1
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function Key 2
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function Key 3
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front as LED
• active
• not active
Activate this option if you have replaced the turn signals front with LED bulbs. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear as LED
• active
• not active
Activate this option if you have replaced the turn signals rear with LED bulbs. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Video in motion 1/2
• active
• not active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/2’ as well. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/2’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion
• during driving
• only walking pace
• only when handbrake pulled
• not active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CCC)

Angel Eyes voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for sidemarkers. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for braking lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Braking lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Tail lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for tail lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Tail lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Tail lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Speed limit warning
• not active
• 120 kph / 75 mph
• 190 kph / 120 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
• 240 kph / 150 mph
Speed limit warning at 120 kph is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Temperature warning
• active
• not active
Warning for outside temperature below 4° C / 39° F is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Ignition key warning
• active
• not active
Ignition key warning active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for low range warning
• off
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
Threshold for acoustic low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for tank reserve warning
• 6.5 litres
• 8.0 litres
• 10.0 litres
• 12.5 litres
• 20.0 litres
Threshold for tank reserve warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Lights-on warning
• active
• not active
A warning is shown, when the driver’s door is opened while the lights are still on. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes/standing lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of angel eyes and the front standing lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of front turn signals in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Fog lights front warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of front fog lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

High beams warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of high beams in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Low beams warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of low beams in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear turn signals in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Outer brake lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Inner brake lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Tail lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of tail lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Seat belt warning
• not active
• active
Various settings for the seat belt warning. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder driver
• not active
• active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• not active
• active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 4. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights duration
• off
• 5s
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – low beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – brake force display
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Brake force display is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – braking lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – turn signals front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals front are turned on with welcome lights. To activate this function you may need to additionally code ‘Sidemarker (US) brightness’ to ‘very low’ or higher. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear are turned on with welcome lights. To activate this function you may need to additionally code ‘Sidemarker (US) brightness’ to ‘very low’ or higher. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – high beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – corner LEDs
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Corner LEDs are turned on with welcome lights. Due to the way LEDs work, it is not possible to softly turn them on. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – standing lights rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights rear are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

These topics can be coded in your 1 series (F2x). For more information about coding, see here.
Active Sound Design Mode
• off
• M5/M6
Mode for Active Sound Design. The Active Sound Design module produces an amplified exhaust sound in the interior through the speakers. If you disable this function a fault code in the ASD might appear. To remove this fault code restore the ASD from ist original backup, since the fault code appeared because the ASD has been disabled. (codable in ASD)

Ambient lighting brightness 1/2
• same brightness as speedometer
• own brightness
Usually the brightness of the ambient lighting is automatically adjusted to the brightness of the speedometer illumination. To set the brightness indepently from the speedometer illumination, set this function to ‘own brightness’. The brightness of the ambient lighting can then be changed with ‘Ambient lighting brightness 2/2’. (codable in FEM)

Ambient lighting brightness 2/2
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Own brightness for ambient lighting. In order to activate this function, set ‘Ambient lighting brightness’ to ‘own brightness’. (codable in FEM)

Threshold washer fluid warning
• low
• medium
• high
Threshold at which the washer fluid warning is turned on. The higher the threshold to activate this warning, the sooner this warning will be shown. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 10s
• 12s
• 15 s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in FEM)

Reduce wiper speed
• not active
• 130 kph / 80 mph
• 170 kph / 105 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
Threshold at which the wiper speed is reduced. (codable in FEM)

Rear window cleaning with low washer liquid
• active
• not active
Rear windows are also cleaned even though the washer fluid level is low. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
• 0.9 s
• 1.1 s
• 1.3 s
• 1.5 s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in FEM)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in FEM)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Continue rear wiper when igntion turned on
• active
• not active
Rear wiper continue wiping and don’t interrupt, when the ignition is turned on. (codable in FEM)

Rear wiper permanent when reversing
• active
• not active
When rear wipers are active while reversing, they are automatically set to permament wiping. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights – light switch
• not active
• A or 0
• A, 0 or 1
• Low beams
• High beams
Positions for the light switch where the daytime running lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Turn on door lights in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Turn on door lights while car is in reverse. This function can be used to illuminate the area while reversing in order to get a better view of the sides of the car. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2
• active
• not active
Also adjust the steering wheel position when easy entry is activated. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2’. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic default off
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is turned off by default. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic enabled in ECO mode
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is automatically activated in ECO mode. (codable in FEM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

iDrive start logo
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 1)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 2)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 3)
• BMW i
• M
• BMW white
• BMW brown
• Mini
• Rolls Royce
• BMW Christmas
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system. (codable in NBT)

iDrive start animated
• not animated
• animated
• black screen
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system is animated. Alternatively a black screen without any logo can be displayed. (codable in NBT)

Tire pressure menu with temperature
• active
• not active
Also show temperature of the individual tires in the tire pressure menu. This function only works if the tires have tire pressure sensors installed and pressure of the individual tires is already shown. (codable in CIC)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Volume popup
• active
• not active
Show volume popup in the iDrive when changing the volume. (codable in NBT)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Date in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date in dashboard. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• not active
• 3 s
• 5 s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Bootlogo for dashboard
• BMW
• M
Bootlogo for dashboard when ignition is turned on. This function only works if the dashboard display reaches at least from the middle to under the rpm meter. This coding shows no effect on smaller displays. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lighting after opening trunk lid
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on, when trunk lid is opened. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FEM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt while reversing
• weak
• medium
• strong
Tilt of mirrors with activated reverse gear. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Tilt mirror in reverse’. (codable in FEM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FEM)

Unfold mirrors after comfort close
• active
• not active
Mirrors are automatically unfolded when the car is unlocked, if they were folded by the comfort closing function. (codable in FEM)

Mirror fold with turn signals
• active
• not active
Mirrors can be folded via comfort closing while turn signals or hazard lights are active. (codable in FEM)

Navigation fuel stop suggestion
• active
• not active
Show suggestions for fuel stops along the way to the destination in ‘Route info’ when navigation system is active. (codable in CIC)

Route Info
• active
• not active
Display the ‘Route Info’ menu. In the ‘Route Info’ menu you can check the current navigation turn by turn. (codable in CIC)

Navigation geo coordinates
• active
• not active
Show geo coordinates in latitude and longitude in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Navigation while updating
• active
• not active
Allow using the navigation system while the maps are being updated. (codable in CIC)

Arrow view in main window
• active
• not active
Arrow view is also available in the main window and not only in the split screen window. (codable in CIC)

Navigation current position
• active
• not active
Show option to display current position in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Range map
• active
• not active
Range map is available in the main window as a possible map. (codable in NBT)

Route magnet
• active
• not active
Display route magnet as a possible method for recalculating the active route. (codable in NBT)

Route preview
• active
• not active
Display the route preview menu. This function is also known as ‘Route simulator’. If available, also activate ‘Route preview – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Route preview – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Route preview’. (codable in NBT)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

PDC in reverse
• active
• not active
Activate PDC as soon as car is rolling backwards/reversing. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
PDC is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
PDC is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Parking lights
• active
• not active
Parking lights function is active/not active. One sided parking lights are activated by turning on the turn signals after turning off the ignition and locking the car. (codable in FEM)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Rain light sensor sensitivity
• very sensitive
• sensitive
• normal
• insensitive
• daytime running lights
Sensitivity of rain light sensor. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest front
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest front
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat front
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat front
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat front
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest rear
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest rear
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat rear
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat rear
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat rear
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for performance
• hp
• kW
Unit for performance in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for torque
• Nm
• lb ft
• kgm
Unit for torque in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 7
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FEM)

Video in motion 1/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/3’ and ‘Video in motion 3/3’ as well. If available, also disable ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video only with handbrake
• active
• not active
Only allow watching video while the handbrake is pulled. In order to watch video while driving, set this function to ‘not active’ and activate all parts of ‘Video in motion’. Video in motion is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. If available, also deactivate ‘Video only with handbrake – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Video only with handbrake – addition
• not active
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Only change this function with ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in NBT)

Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Reverse gear gong
• active
• not active
Gong for reverse gear is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Low beams left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (Japan)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear left in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear right in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – distance
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 500 m / 0.31 mls
• 1000 m / 0.62 mls
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – speed’ to set the speed. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – speed
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – distance’ to set the distance. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in FEM)

Welcome-lights – light switch position
• not active
• A
• A or 2
Positions for the light switch where the welcome-lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of exterior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights duration
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – only when dark
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are only turned on when the rain-light sensor (RLS) recognizes it is dark outside. Only works if rain-light sensor is installed. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear left fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear right fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – third brake light
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Third brake light is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)


2 series


These topics can be coded in your 2 series (F2x, F87). For more information about coding, see here.
Active Sound Design Mode
• off
• M5/M6
Mode for Active Sound Design. The Active Sound Design module produces an amplified exhaust sound in the interior through the speakers. If you disable this function a fault code in the ASD might appear. To remove this fault code restore the ASD from ist original backup, since the fault code appeared because the ASD has been disabled. (codable in ASD)

Ambient lighting brightness 1/2
• same brightness as speedometer
• own brightness
Usually the brightness of the ambient lighting is automatically adjusted to the brightness of the speedometer illumination. To set the brightness indepently from the speedometer illumination, set this function to ‘own brightness’. The brightness of the ambient lighting can then be changed with ‘Ambient lighting brightness 2/2’. (codable in FEM)

Ambient lighting brightness 2/2
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Own brightness for ambient lighting. In order to activate this function, set ‘Ambient lighting brightness’ to ‘own brightness’. (codable in FEM)

Threshold washer fluid warning
• low
• medium
• high
Threshold at which the washer fluid warning is turned on. The higher the threshold to activate this warning, the sooner this warning will be shown. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 10s
• 12s
• 15 s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in FEM)

Reduce wiper speed
• not active
• 130 kph / 80 mph
• 170 kph / 105 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
Threshold at which the wiper speed is reduced. (codable in FEM)

Rear window cleaning with low washer liquid
• active
• not active
Rear windows are also cleaned even though the washer fluid level is low. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
• 0.9 s
• 1.1 s
• 1.3 s
• 1.5 s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in FEM)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in FEM)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Continue rear wiper when igntion turned on
• active
• not active
Rear wiper continue wiping and don’t interrupt, when the ignition is turned on. (codable in FEM)

Rear wiper permanent when reversing
• active
• not active
When rear wipers are active while reversing, they are automatically set to permament wiping. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights – light switch
• not active
• A or 0
• A, 0 or 1
• Low beams
• High beams
Positions for the light switch where the daytime running lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Turn on door lights in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Turn on door lights while car is in reverse. This function can be used to illuminate the area while reversing in order to get a better view of the sides of the car. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2
• active
• not active
Also adjust the steering wheel position when easy entry is activated. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2’. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic default off
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is turned off by default. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic enabled in ECO mode
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is automatically activated in ECO mode. (codable in FEM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

iDrive start logo
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 1)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 2)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 3)
• BMW i
• M
• BMW white
• BMW brown
• Mini
• Rolls Royce
• BMW Christmas
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system. (codable in NBT)

iDrive start animated
• not animated
• animated
• black screen
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system is animated. Alternatively a black screen without any logo can be displayed. (codable in NBT)

Tire pressure menu with temperature
• active
• not active
Also show temperature of the individual tires in the tire pressure menu. This function only works if the tires have tire pressure sensors installed and pressure of the individual tires is already shown. (codable in CIC)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Volume popup
• active
• not active
Show volume popup in the iDrive when changing the volume. (codable in NBT)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Date in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date in dashboard. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• not active
• 3 s
• 5 s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Bootlogo for dashboard
• BMW
• M
Bootlogo for dashboard when ignition is turned on. This function only works if the dashboard display reaches at least from the middle to under the rpm meter. This coding shows no effect on smaller displays. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lighting after opening trunk lid
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on, when trunk lid is opened. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FEM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt while reversing
• weak
• medium
• strong
Tilt of mirrors with activated reverse gear. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Tilt mirror in reverse’. (codable in FEM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FEM)

Unfold mirrors after comfort close
• active
• not active
Mirrors are automatically unfolded when the car is unlocked, if they were folded by the comfort closing function. (codable in FEM)

Mirror fold with turn signals
• active
• not active
Mirrors can be folded via comfort closing while turn signals or hazard lights are active. (codable in FEM)

Navigation fuel stop suggestion
• active
• not active
Show suggestions for fuel stops along the way to the destination in ‘Route info’ when navigation system is active. (codable in CIC)

Route Info
• active
• not active
Display the ‘Route Info’ menu. In the ‘Route Info’ menu you can check the current navigation turn by turn. (codable in CIC)

Navigation geo coordinates
• active
• not active
Show geo coordinates in latitude and longitude in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Navigation while updating
• active
• not active
Allow using the navigation system while the maps are being updated. (codable in CIC)

Arrow view in main window
• active
• not active
Arrow view is also available in the main window and not only in the split screen window. (codable in CIC)

Navigation current position
• active
• not active
Show option to display current position in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Range map
• active
• not active
Range map is available in the main window as a possible map. (codable in NBT)

Route magnet
• active
• not active
Display route magnet as a possible method for recalculating the active route. (codable in NBT)

Route preview
• active
• not active
Display the route preview menu. This function is also known as ‘Route simulator’. If available, also activate ‘Route preview – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Route preview – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Route preview’. (codable in NBT)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

PDC in reverse
• active
• not active
Activate PDC as soon as car is rolling backwards/reversing. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
PDC is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
PDC is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Parking lights
• active
• not active
Parking lights function is active/not active. One sided parking lights are activated by turning on the turn signals after turning off the ignition and locking the car. (codable in FEM)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Rain light sensor sensitivity
• very sensitive
• sensitive
• normal
• insensitive
• daytime running lights
Sensitivity of rain light sensor. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest front
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest front
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat front
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat front
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat front
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest rear
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest rear
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat rear
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat rear
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat rear
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for performance
• hp
• kW
Unit for performance in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for torque
• Nm
• lb ft
• kgm
Unit for torque in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 7
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FEM)

Video in motion 1/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/3’ and ‘Video in motion 3/3’ as well. If available, also disable ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video only with handbrake
• active
• not active
Only allow watching video while the handbrake is pulled. In order to watch video while driving, set this function to ‘not active’ and activate all parts of ‘Video in motion’. Video in motion is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. If available, also deactivate ‘Video only with handbrake – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Video only with handbrake – addition
• not active
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Only change this function with ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in NBT)

Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Reverse gear gong
• active
• not active
Gong for reverse gear is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Low beams left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (Japan)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear left in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear right in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – distance
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 500 m / 0.31 mls
• 1000 m / 0.62 mls
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – speed’ to set the speed. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – speed
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – distance’ to set the distance. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in FEM)

Welcome-lights – light switch position
• not active
• A
• A or 2
Positions for the light switch where the welcome-lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of exterior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights duration
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – only when dark
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are only turned on when the rain-light sensor (RLS) recognizes it is dark outside. Only works if rain-light sensor is installed. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear left fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear right fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – third brake light
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Third brake light is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

These topics can be coded in your 2 series (F45, F46). For more information about coding, see here.
Active Sound Design Mode
• off
• M5/M6
Mode for Active Sound Design. The Active Sound Design module produces an amplified exhaust sound in the interior through the speakers. If you disable this function a fault code in the ASD might appear. To remove this fault code restore the ASD from ist original backup, since the fault code appeared because the ASD has been disabled. (codable in ASD)

Ambient lighting brightness 1/2
• same brightness as speedometer
• own brightness
Usually the brightness of the ambient lighting is automatically adjusted to the brightness of the speedometer illumination. To set the brightness indepently from the speedometer illumination, set this function to ‘own brightness’. The brightness of the ambient lighting can then be changed with ‘Ambient lighting brightness 2/2’. (codable in BDC)

Ambient lighting brightness 2/2
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Own brightness for ambient lighting. In order to activate this function, set ‘Ambient lighting brightness’ to ‘own brightness’. (codable in BDC)

Threshold washer fluid warning
• low
• medium
• high
Threshold at which the washer fluid warning is turned on. The higher the threshold to activate this warning, the sooner this warning will be shown. (codable in BDC)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in BDC)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in BDC)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 10s
• 12s
• 15 s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in BDC)

Reduce wiper speed
• not active
• 130 kph / 80 mph
• 170 kph / 105 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
Threshold at which the wiper speed is reduced. (codable in BDC)

Rear window cleaning with low washer liquid
• active
• not active
Rear windows are also cleaned even though the washer fluid level is low. (codable in BDC)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in BDC)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
• 0.9 s
• 1.1 s
• 1.3 s
• 1.5 s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in BDC)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in BDC)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in BDC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in BDC)

Continue rear wiper when igntion turned on
• active
• not active
Rear wiper continue wiping and don’t interrupt, when the ignition is turned on. (codable in BDC)

Rear wiper permanent when reversing
• active
• not active
When rear wipers are active while reversing, they are automatically set to permament wiping. (codable in BDC)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in BDC)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in BDC)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in BDC)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in BDC)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in BDC)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in BDC)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in BDC)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in BDC)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in BDC)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in BDC)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights – light switch
• not active
• A or 0
• A, 0 or 1
Positions for the light switch where the daytime running lights function is activated. (codable in BDC)

Turn on door lights in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Turn on door lights while car is in reverse. This function can be used to illuminate the area while reversing in order to get a better view of the sides of the car. (codable in BDC)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in BDC)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in BDC)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in BDC)

Start/Stop-Automatic default off
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is turned off by default. (codable in BDC)

Start/Stop-Automatic enabled in ECO mode
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is automatically activated in ECO mode. (codable in BDC)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in BDC)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in BDC)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in BDC)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in BDC)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in BDC)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in BDC)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in BDC)

iDrive start logo
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 1)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 2)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 3)
• BMW i
• M
• BMW white
• BMW brown
• Mini
• Rolls Royce
• BMW Christmas
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system. (codable in NBT)

iDrive start animated
• not animated
• animated
• black screen
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system is animated. Alternatively a black screen without any logo can be displayed. (codable in NBT)

Tire pressure menu with temperature
• active
• not active
Also show temperature of the individual tires in the tire pressure menu. This function only works if the tires have tire pressure sensors installed and pressure of the individual tires is already shown. (codable in CIC)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Volume popup
• active
• not active
Show volume popup in the iDrive when changing the volume. (codable in NBT)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Date in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date in dashboard. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• not active
• 3 s
• 5 s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Bootlogo for dashboard
• BMW
• M
Bootlogo for dashboard when ignition is turned on. This function only works if the dashboard display reaches at least from the middle to under the rpm meter. This coding shows no effect on smaller displays. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in BDC)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in BDC)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in BDC)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in BDC)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in BDC)

Mirror fold with turn signals
• active
• not active
Mirrors can be folded via comfort closing while turn signals or hazard lights are active. (codable in BDC)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in BDC)

Unfold mirrors after comfort close
• active
• not active
Mirrors are automatically unfolded when the car is unlocked, if they were folded by the comfort closing function. (codable in BDC)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in BDC)

Mirror tilt while reversing
• weak
• medium
• strong
Tilt of mirrors with activated reverse gear. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Tilt mirror in reverse’. (codable in BDC)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in BDC)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in BDC)

Navigation fuel stop suggestion
• active
• not active
Show suggestions for fuel stops along the way to the destination in ‘Route info’ when navigation system is active. (codable in CIC)

Route Info
• active
• not active
Display the ‘Route Info’ menu. In the ‘Route Info’ menu you can check the current navigation turn by turn. (codable in CIC)

Navigation geo coordinates
• active
• not active
Show geo coordinates in latitude and longitude in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Navigation while updating
• active
• not active
Allow using the navigation system while the maps are being updated. (codable in CIC)

Arrow view in main window
• active
• not active
Arrow view is also available in the main window and not only in the split screen window. (codable in CIC)

Navigation current position
• active
• not active
Show option to display current position in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Range map
• active
• not active
Range map is available in the main window as a possible map. (codable in NBT)

Route magnet
• active
• not active
Display route magnet as a possible method for recalculating the active route. (codable in NBT)

Route preview
• active
• not active
Display the route preview menu. This function is also known as ‘Route simulator’. If available, also activate ‘Route preview – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Route preview – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Route preview’. (codable in NBT)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in BDC)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in BDC)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in BDC)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in BDC)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in BDC)

PDC in reverse
• active
• not active
Activate PDC as soon as car is rolling backwards/reversing. (codable in PDC)

Warning sound volume front
• very weak
• weak
• medium
• strong
• very strong
Volume for the warning sound of the front PDC. (codable in PDC)

Warning sound volume rear
• very weak
• weak
• medium
• strong
• very strong
Volume for the warning sound of the rear PDC. (codable in PDC)

PDC turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 20 m / 66 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
PDC is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in PDC)

PDC turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
PDC is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in PDC)

Reversing camera turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 20 m / 66 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in PDC)

Reversing camera turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in PDC)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Parking lights
• active
• not active
Parking lights function is active/not active. One sided parking lights are activated by turning on the turn signals after turning off the ignition and locking the car. (codable in BDC)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in BDC)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in BDC)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in BDC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity
• very sensitive
• sensitive
• normal
• insensitive
• daytime running lights
• standard
Sensitivity of rain light sensor. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest front
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest front
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat front
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat front
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest rear
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest rear
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat rear
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat rear
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in BDC)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in BDC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for performance
• hp
• kW
Unit for performance in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for torque
• Nm
• lb ft
• kgm
Unit for torque in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Close trunk with keyfob
• active
• not active
Close the trunk/rear lid via the keyfob. To activate this function also deactivate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. If available, also activate ‘Close trunk with keyfob – addition’. (codable in HKL)

Close trunk with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Close the trunk/rear lid with the interior footwell switch. (codable in HKL)

Close trunk with keyfob – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Close trunk with keyfob’. (codable in HKL)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in BDC)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in BDC)

Video in motion 1/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/3’ and ‘Video in motion 3/3’ as well. If available, also disable ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video only with handbrake
• active
• not active
Only allow watching video while the handbrake is pulled. In order to watch video while driving, set this function to ‘not active’ and activate all parts of ‘Video in motion’. Video in motion is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. If available, also deactivate ‘Video only with handbrake – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Video only with handbrake – addition
• not active
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Only change this function with ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in NBT)

Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Low beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Low beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

High beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

High beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

High beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

High beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals front left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front left in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals front right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front right in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in BDC)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Reverse gear gong
• active
• not active
Gong for reverse gear is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Low beams left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Low beams left in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Low beams right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Low beams right in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

High beams left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams left in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

High beams right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams right in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Front fog lights left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights left in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Front fog lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights right in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (Japan)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights left in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Daytime running lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (alternative)
• active (Japan)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights right in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear left in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Turn signals rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear right in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Standing lights outer rear left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights outer rear right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights inner rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Standing lights inner rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Reversing lights left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Reversing lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Brake lights left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Brake lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in BDC)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – distance
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 500 m / 0.31 mls
• 1000 m / 0.62 mls
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – speed’ to set the speed. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – speed
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – distance’ to set the distance. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – standing lights front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – DRL left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – DRL right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – low beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – low beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – turn signal front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – turn signal front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – design lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – design lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – high beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – high beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – front fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – front fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – reversing lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – reversing lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear left fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear right fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – braking lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – braking lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – third brake light
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Third brake light is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – only when dark
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are only turned on when the rain-light sensor (RLS) recognizes it is dark outside. Only works if rain-light sensor is installed. (codable in BDC)

Welcome-lights – light switch position
• not active
• A
• A or 2
Positions for the light switch where the welcome-lights function is activated. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of exterior lights for welcome lights. (codable in BDC)

Welcome lights duration
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in BDC)


3 series


These topics can be coded in your 3 series (E36). For more information about coding, see here.
Anti-Theft Alarm System
• active
• not active
Turn this function on to activate optical and audible confirmations for locking/unlocking the vehicle. (codable in GM5)

Alarm sound
• continuous sound
• interval sound
Choose between (1) an intermittent sound or (2) a continuous sound for the alarm of the anti-theft alarm system. (codable in GM5)

Alarm sound long
• active
• not active
Alarm sound is extended. (codable in GM5)

Interior space monitoring
• active
• not active
Turn sensor for interior space monitoring on/off. Useful, if pets regularly stay behind in locked vehicle. (codable in GM5)

Tilt sensor for alarm
• active
• not active
Turn tilt sensor for alarm on/off. Useful, if car is regularly parked in duplex garages. (codable in GM5)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• With locks and remote
• Only with remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting soft on/off
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is softly turned on/off. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Use windows with open doors
• active
• not active
Windows can be used on an opened door. Only works when ignition is turned on. (codable in GM5)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

These topics can be coded in your 3 series (E46). For more information about coding, see here.
Anti-Theft Alarm System
• active
• not active
Turn this function on to activate optical and audible confirmations for locking/unlocking the vehicle. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation after complete closing
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Confirmation will occur after every door and the tailgate are closed. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Alarm sound
• interval sound
• continuous sound
Choose between (1) an intermittent sound or (2) a continuous sound for the alarm of the anti-theft alarm system. (codable in GM5)

Alarm sound long
• active
• not active
Alarm sound is extended. (codable in GM5)

Alarm with dimmed headlights
• active
• not active
Dimmed headlights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in GM5)

Alarm with high beams
• active
• not active
High beams blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in GM5)

Alarm with warning lights
• active
• not active
Warning lights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in GM5)

Interior space monitoring
• active
• not active
Turn sensor for interior space monitoring on/off. Useful, if pets regularly stay behind in locked vehicle. (codable in GM5)

Interior space monitoring rear
• active
• not active
Turn rear sensor for interior space monitoring on/off. Useful, if pets regularly stay behind in locked vehicle. To deactivate the sensor ‘Interior space monitoring’ has to be set to ‘not active’. (codable in GM5)

Tilt sensor for alarm
• active
• not active
Turn tilt sensor for alarm on/off. Useful, if car is regularly parked in duplex garages. (codable in GM5)

Panic alarm
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. (codable in GM5)

Unlock with Centerlock button
• active
• not active
In a locked car the driver and passenger door can be unlocked from inside the car by pressing the Centerlock button. After pressing the button the doors can be opened from the inside, but not from the outside. Opening them from the outside will trigger the anti-theft alarm system. To lock the car again, it has to be unlocked by either a remote or a key first. (codable in GM5)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• With locks and remote
• Only with remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in GM5)

Brake force display 1/5
• active
• not active
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. To activate this function, set the other ‘Brake force display’ settings to ‘active’. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display 2/5
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display 1/5’. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display 3/5
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display 1/5’. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display 4/5
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display 1/5’. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display 5/5
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display 1/5’. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display – brake lights
• active
• not active
Customization for brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display – inner tail lights 1/2
• active
• not active
Customization for inner tail lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display – inner tail lights 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display – inner tail lights 1/2’. (codable in LSZ)

Brake force display – outer tail lights
• active
• not active
Customization for outer tail lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Rain sensor
• active
• not active
Turn rain sensor on/off. (codable in GM5)

Wiping interval
• 5s
• 3s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers in interval position. (codable in GM5)

Reduce wiping speed on stop
• active
• not active
Reduce wiping speed of windscreen wipers to speed in interval position when vehicle stops. (codable in GM5)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in GM5)

Wipe delay after windscreen cleaning
• 0.1s
• 0.3s
• 0.5s
• 0.7s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.1, 0.3, 0.5 or 0.7 seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in GM5)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in GM5)

No Wiping after windscreen cleaning
• active
• not active
Do not wipe the windscreen after cleaning it. (codable in GM5)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in GM5)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 3
• 5
• 7
• 9
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in GM5)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in GM5)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.7s
• 1s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in GM5)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 1.3s
• 1s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open rear windows using remote
• active
• not active
Rear door windows are also opened during comfort opening with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close rear windows using remote
• active
• not active
Rear door windows are also closed during comfort closing with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open sunroof using remote
• active
• not active
Sunroof is also opened during comfort opening with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close sunroof using remote
• active
• not active
Sunroof is also closed during comfort closing with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open for convertible top
• active
• not active
Also open the roof with ‘Comfort open’ function. (codable in GM5)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – low beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for low beams are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – brake lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for brake lights are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – turn signals
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for turn signals are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – high beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for high beams are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – dashboard lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for dashboard instruments are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – number plates
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for number plates are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – fog lights front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for fog lights front are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – park lights front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights front are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – park lights rear
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights rear are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – park lights rear addition
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights rear are active/not active. Activate in addition to ‘Follow me home lights – parking lights rear’. (codable in LSZ)

Comfort open for convertible top
• active
• not active
Also open the roof with ‘Comfort open’ function. (codable in GM5)

Daytime running lights 2/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 1/2’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights 1/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 2/2’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights on light switch position ‘0’ is active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for dimmed daytime running lights. To use this function, also activate ‘Daytime running lights customization’. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights – dimmed high beams
• active
• not active
Use dimmed high beams as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights – front turn signals
• active
• not active
Use front turn signals as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights – standing lights
• active
• not active
Use standing lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. (codable in LSZ)

Daytime running lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Use tail lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. (codable in LSZ)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Delay easy entry
• no delay
• 3s
• 4s
• 5s
• 6s
• 7s
• 8s
• 9s
• 10s
Delay for easy entry function. (codable in GM5)

Flash to pass with bi-xenon
• active
• not active
Bi-xenon lamps are used for flash to pass. (codable in LSZ)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in GM5)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 3
• 5
• 7
• 9
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in GM5)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in GM5)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.7s
• 1s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in GM5)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 1.3s
• 1s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in GM5)

Front fog lights with high beams
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating high beams. (codable in LSZ)

Turn off interior lighting after x seconds
• 0s
• 5s
• 15s
• 20s
Turn interior lighting off after 0, 5, 15 or 20 seconds. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting after ignition off
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on, when head lights are turned on and ignition is turned off. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting with parking lights
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on for one minute when parking lights are active. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting after unlock
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on, when vehicle locks are unlocked with the key. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting soft on/off
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is softly turned on/off. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting turn on with remote
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on by pressing the unlock button on the remote a second time after unlocking the car. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation after complete closing
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Confirmation will occur after every door and the tailgate are closed. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation after complete closing
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Confirmation will occur after every door and the tailgate are closed. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – (un)locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking/unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close rear windows using remote
• active
• not active
Rear door windows are also closed during comfort closing with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close sunroof using remote
• active
• not active
Sunroof is also closed during comfort closing with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Automatically lock vehicle
• active
• not active
If no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in GM5)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• on ignition
• 4 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 16 kph / 10 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 28 kph / 17 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 1 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 2
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 2 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 3
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 3 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 4
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 4 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock tailgate when vehicle is locked
• active
• not active
Tailgate cannot be unlocked if the vehicle is locked. (codable in GM5)

Comfort fold/unfold for mirrors 1/3
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. In order to activate this function, set the other two settings to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Comfort fold/unfold for mirrors 2/3
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. In order to activate this function, set the other two settings to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Comfort fold/unfold for mirrors 3/3
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. In order to activate this function, set the other two settings to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – (un)locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking/unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open rear windows using remote
• active
• not active
Rear door windows are also opened during comfort opening with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open sunroof using remote
• active
• not active
Sunroof is also opened during comfort opening with keyfob. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open for convertible top
• active
• not active
Also open the roof with ‘Comfort open’ function. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking
• active
• not active
Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 1nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 2nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 3nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 4nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Secondary unlock
• not active
• Selective central locking
• Easy entry
Selective central locking’: Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, toon’Easy entry’: Press the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side windown’not active’: Second unlock does nothing. (codable in GM5)

Secondary unlock remote 1
• not active
• Selective central locking
• Easy entry
Customize ‘Secondary unlock’ function of remote 1n’Selective central locking’: Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, toon’Easy entry’: Press the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side windown’not active’: Second unlock does nothing. (codable in GM5)

Secondary unlock remote 2
• not active
• Selective central locking
• Easy entry
Customize ‘Secondary unlock’ function of remote 2n’Selective central locking’: Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, toon’Easy entry’: Press the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side windown’not active’: Second unlock does nothing. (codable in GM5)

Secondary unlock remote 3
• not active
• Selective central locking
• Easy entry
Customize ‘Secondary unlock’ function of remote 3n’Selective central locking’: Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, toon’Easy entry’: Press the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side windown’not active’: Second unlock does nothing. (codable in GM5)

Secondary unlock remote 4
• not active
• Selective central locking
• Easy entry
Customize ‘Secondary unlock’ function of remote 4n’Selective central locking’: Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, toon’Easy entry’: Press the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side windown’not active’: Second unlock does nothing. (codable in GM5)

Delay easy entry
• no delay
• 3s
• 4s
• 5s
• 6s
• 7s
• 8s
• 9s
• 10s
Delay for easy entry function. (codable in GM5)

Automatic seat adjustment
• after unlocking with remote
• after unlocking and opening the door
• not active
Seat automatically adjusts (1) after unlocking the car, (2) after unlocking and opening the door or (3) seat does not adjust automatically. (codable in SM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in GM5)

Delay easy entry
• no delay
• 3s
• 4s
• 5s
• 6s
• 7s
• 8s
• 9s
• 10s
Delay for easy entry function. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function driver door 1/2
• active
• not active
Driver door window fully opens by tapping the window switch. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function driver door 2/2
• active
• not active
Driver door window fully closes by tapping the window switch. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function passenger door 1/2
• active
• not active
Passenger door window fully opens by tapping the window switch. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function passenger door 2/2
• active
• not active
Passenger door window fully closes by tapping the window switch. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function rear doors 1/2
• active
• not active
Rear door windows fully open by tapping the window switch. Does not work on Cabriolets. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function rear doors 2/2
• active
• not active
Rear door windows fully close by tapping the window switch. Does not work on Cabriolets. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function central switch 1/2
• active
• not active
All windows fully open by tapping the central window switch. Does not work on Cabriolets. (codable in GM5)

Window tip function central switch 2/2
• active
• not active
All windows fully close by tapping the central window switch. Does not work on Cabriolets. (codable in GM5)

Use windows with open doors
• active
• not active
Windows can be used on an opened door. Only works when ignition is turned on. (codable in GM5)

Windows continue
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in GM5)

Lock windows while hood in motion
• 0s (standard)
• 30s
• 60s
Lock windows for 0, 30 or 60 seconds when hood is opened/closed. (codable in GM5)

Lower windows when opening hood
• active
• not active
Lower windows when hood is opened. (codable in GM5)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in GM5)

Sidemarker (US)
• active
• not active
Sidemarkers are permanently active. May need additional ‘Sidemarker (US)’ functions set to ‘active’ if available. If warnings for the turn signals are shown after successfully coding this, please disable the voltage monitoring for the turn signals. This warning is most likely due to the fact that your car is not a US model. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker (US) – turn signals
• active
• not active
Use dimmed turn signals as sidemarkers. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Sidemarker (US)’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker (US) – brake lights
• active
• not active
Use dimmed brake lights as sidemarkers. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Sidemarker (US)’ as well. (codable in LSZ)

Lock tailgate when vehicle is locked
• active
• not active
Tailgate cannot be unlocked if the vehicle is locked. (codable in GM5)

Unlock tailgate
• press 1x
• press 2x
• with delay
Tailgate is unlocked (1) after pressing the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote once, (2) after pressing it twice or (3) after a short delay. (codable in GM5)

Delay tailgate unlock
• not active
• 0.2s
• 0.8s
• 1.6s
• 0.4s
Unlocking the tailgate is delayed by 0.2, 0.4, 0.8 or 1.6 seconds. (codable in GM5)

Unlock rear window with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in GM5)

Unlock rear window key 1
• active
• not active
Key 1 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in GM5)

Unlock rear window key 2
• active
• not active
Key 2 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in GM5)

Unlock rear window key 3
• active
• not active
Key 3 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in GM5)

Unlock rear window key 4
• active
• not active
Key 4 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation after complete closing
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Confirmation will occur after every door and the tailgate are closed. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – (un)locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking/unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in GM5)

One-touch turn signal function
• one time
• three times
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. This coding has been introduced ca. late 2004 for the 3 series (E46). On some older cars this might be able to be coded after a software update of the LSZ module in the dealership. (codable in LSZ)

Hazard lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice. (codable in LSZ)

Crash lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice upon an accident. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for sidemarkers. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

High beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

High beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

High beams voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Low beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Low beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Low beams voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for braking lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Braking lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Tail lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for tail lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Tail lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Tail lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Tail lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for tail lights right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Tail lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Tail lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Tail lights voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for tail lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Reversing lights voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Park lights rear left voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for park lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Park lights rear right voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for park lights rear right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

License plate lighting voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog lights voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

These topics can be coded in your 3 series (E9x). For more information about coding, see here.
Save circulation settings
• active
• not active
Circulation settings are saved for next start of the vehicle. (codable in IHKA)

Show ‘Auto’ in automatic mode
• active
• not active
Auto’ is displayed in automatic mode for air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Blower level during automatic A/C
• active
• not active
The current blower level is displayed even during automatic mode of the air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Blower symbol
• active
• not active
Show blower symbol. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 1/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 2/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 3/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Compressor with A/C in ‘Auto’-mode 4/4
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the air conditioning starts by itself. To deactivate this function, deactivate all functions for ‘Automatic compressor with A/C’. (codable in IHKA)

Residual heat with ‘ALL’-button
• active
• not active
ALL’-button triggers residual heat function of the AC. (codable in IHKA)

Panic alarm with remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the ‘unlock trunk’ button to trigger the alarm. To activate this function, also activate ‘Panic alarm’ in the DWA module. (codable in CAS)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• Only with remote
• With locks and remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in CAS)

Panic alarm
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. To activate this function also activate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with dimmed headlights
• active
• not active
Dimmed headlights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with high beams
• active
• not active
High beams blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with warning lights
• active
• not active
Warning lights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm type
• Europe
• USA
• UK
Type and sound of the alarm. United Kingdom is the same sound as Europe, the duration of the alarm is eight times longer. (codable in DWAS)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness daytime running lights
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for daytime running lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness standing lights
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for standing lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness parking lights
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for parking lights. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 1 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 2 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 3 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display
• active
• not active
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display 1/2
• active
• active (alternative)
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. To activate this function, set ‘Brake force display 2/2’ to ‘active’. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display 2/2
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Brake force display 1/2’. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – minimum speed
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Minimum speed threshold for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – blinking speed
• slow
• fast
Blinking speed for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – angel eyes
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for angel eyes for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – outer brake lights
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for outer brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – inner brake lights
• on
• flashing
Customization for inner brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – third brake light
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for third brake lights (rear window) for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – tail lights
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for tail lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Brake force display – rear fog lights
• not active
• on
• flashing
Customization for rear fog lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in JBBF)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 12s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in JBBF)

Rear wiper in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Rear wiper automatically turns on in reverse gear when front wipers are active. (codable in JBBF)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in JBBF)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1s
• 0.3s
• 0.5s
• 0.7s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1s
• 0.3s
• 0.5s
• 0.7s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in JBBF)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 3
• 5
• 7
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in JBBF)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in JBBF)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.7s
• 1s
• 0.5s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 1.3s
• 1s
• 1.5s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort start
• active
• not active
Ignition key just has to be tapped once to start the engine after ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Comfort eject
• active
• not active
Turn off the ignition with a long press on the start/stop button in order to eject the ignition key. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. To activate this function please activate ‘Comfort folding/unfolding for sideview mirrors’ in the ‘FRM’ module. Also activate ‘Comfort open using remote’ and ‘Comfort close using remote’ in this module. (codable in CAS)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Activate follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights with remote
• active
• not active
Quickly press the ‘Open trunk’ button twice to activate the follow me home lights. In some circumstances the function ‘Panic mode remote’ in the CAS has to be activated, too. (codable in FRM)

Cancel follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are cancelled, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FRM)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration Key 1
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration Key 2
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration Key 3
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Speed limit roof open/close
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Speed limit for closing/opening the roof while driving. For pre-facelift models 30 kph is recommended, due to the less stable construction of the roof. (codable in CTM)

Corner LEDs
• active
• not active
Corner LEDs are active/not active – also known as ‘Corner Delete Mod’. This function often only works on US models to deactivate the corner LEDs. (codable in FRM)

Corner LEDs brightness – low beams
• off
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness of corner LEDs when low beams are active. (codable in FRM)

Corner LEDs brightness – high beams
• off
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness of corner LEDs when high beams are active. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights 1/3
• active
• not active
Use front fog lights/high beams as cornering lights. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights 2/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – front fog lights
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are used as cornering lights. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – reverse gear
• active
• not active
Use cornering lights also when reversing. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of ‘Cornering lights’. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 1
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 1. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 2
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 2. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 3
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 3. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering lights – key 4
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 4. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. (codable in FRM)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights in OBC
• active
• not active
Turn daytime running lights on/off in on board computer. Might not work if an iDrive system is installed. (codable in KOMBI)

Daytime running lights 1/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 2/2’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights 2/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 1/2’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – Key 1
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – Key 2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – Key 3
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights customization
• not active
• dimmed turn signals
• dimmed high beams
Customization of the daytime running lights. Brightness can be set with ‘Daytime running lights brightness’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights brightness
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for dimmed daytime running lights. To use this function, also activate ‘Daytime running lights customization’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – customization
• Off
• Low beams
• High beams
• Only additional lights (EU models)
• Only additional lights (US models)
Customization of the daytime running lights (DRL). The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – high beams brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of high beams for daytime running lights. To activate the high beams for daytime running lights, set ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘High beams’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – front fog lights
• active
• not active
Use front fog lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – front fog lights brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – front fog lights’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – front turn signals
• active
• not active
Use front turn signals as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Angel eyes brightness daytime running lights
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes (Corona rings) for daytime running lights. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – sidemarker
• active
• not active
Use sidemarkers as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – number plate lighting
• active
• not active
Use number plate lighting as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Use tail lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – inner brake lights
• active
• not active
Use inner brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – 3rd brake lights
• active
• not active
Use 3rd brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an FRM2 or FRM3. These FRM versions started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 3 series (E9x). (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 1 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 2 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Brightness of Angel Eyes 3 – alternative
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of Angel Eyes when low beams are active. Only use this coding if the standard codings did not work. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – tail lights brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – tail lights’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights
• standard
• permanently on
• permanently off
Set mode of daytime running lights. (codable in CIC)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in IHKA)

Flash to pass with bi-xenon
• active
• not active
Bi-xenon lamps are used for flash to pass. (codable in FRM)

Front fog lights with flash to pass
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating flash to pass. (codable in FRM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 1
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 1. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 2. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 3
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 3. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 4
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 4. (codable in KOMBI)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in JBBF)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 3
• 5
• 7
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in JBBF)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in JBBF)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.7s
• 1s
• 0.5s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 1.3s
• 1s
• 1.5s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Front fog lights with high beams
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating high beams. (codable in FRM)

Audible confirmation menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking in iDrive. This coding only works when the DWA module is installed. (codable in CIC)

Address book menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for address book in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Notepad menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for notepad in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Permanent speedometer lighting
• active
• not active
Speedometer is always lit, even in the daytime. (codable in KOMBI)

Momentary fuel consumption
• active
• not active
Show momentary fuel consumption in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• 0s
• 3s
• 6s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Daytime running lights in OBC
• active
• not active
Turn daytime running lights on/off in on board computer. Might not work if an iDrive system is installed. (codable in KOMBI)

Light sensitivity in OBC 1/2
• active
• not active
Change light sensitivity in on board computer. Might not work if an iDrive system is installed. (codable in KOMBI)

Light sensitivity in OBC 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Light sensitivity in OBC 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 1
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 1. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 2. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 3
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 3. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator key 4
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator for key 4. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lights with remote
• active
• not active
Pressing the lock button on the remote, when the car is already locked, turns on the interior lights. (codable in CAS)

Interior lighting off after 2 minutes
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is automatically turned off after two minutes. (codable in FRM)

Soft turn on/off for interior lighting
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is softly turned on and off. (codable in FRM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Legal disclaimer (US) – display time
• 0s
• 10s
Display time for the legal disclaimer in the iDrive. Setting this function to ‘0s’ deactivates the legal disclaimer and sometimes even speeds up the starting time of the iDrive. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Lock tailgate when car locked
• active
• not active
Tailgate cannot be unlocked, when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle duration
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes until doors are locked after car was unlocked but no windows or doors have been opened. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 1nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 2nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 3nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 4nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle upon ignition
• active
• not active
Vehicle is locked, when ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• 2 kph / 1 mph
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 18 kph / 11 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 1 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 2
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 2 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 3
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 3 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 4
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 4 is used. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FRM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FRM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FRM)

Electrochromatic mirror dimming
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating)nSide mirrors automatically dim electrochromatic. (codable in FRM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking
• active
• not active
Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 1nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 2nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 3nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 4nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking – unlock fuel lid
• active
• not active
The fuel lid is also unlocked upon the first unlock, when ‘Selective central locking’ is active. (codable in CAS)

Unlock car when turned off
• active
• not active
Doors are automatically unlocked, when ignition key is ejected. Only works if ‘Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1-4’ is activated. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in DWA)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Comfort standing light
• active
• not active
If the light switch is set at automatic or on, the parking lights remain on, until the vehicle is locked with the remote. (codable in FRM)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in CAS)

Power windows after ignition off
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes, for which power windows are active after turning off the ignition. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FRM)

Continue window action when engine started
• active
• not active
When the engine is started while a window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FRM)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seatbelt Hand-Over
• active
• not active
Automatic seatbelt hand-over is active/inactive. (codable in FRM)

Seatbelt Hand-Over driver
• active
• not active
Automatic seatbelt hand-over for driver is active/inactive. (codable in FRM)

Seatbelt Hand-Over passenger
• active
• not active
Automatic seatbelt hand-over for passenger is active/inactive. (codable in FRM)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater level in menu
• active
• not active
Show the current seat heater level for the front seats in the seat heater menu. (codable in CCC)

Show seat heater menu automatically
• active
• not active
Show seat heater menu for a few seconds when activating the seat heater. This function often only works in 5 series models. (codable in CCC)

Sidemarker (US)
• active
• not active
Sidemarkers are permanently active. May need additional ‘Sidemarker (US)’ functions set to ‘active’ if available. If warnings for the turn signals are shown after successfully coding this, please disable the voltage monitoring for the turn signals. This warning is most likely due to the fact that your car is not a US model. (codable in FRM)

Sidemarker (US) brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Sidemarker (US)’. (codable in FRM)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Unlock rear window
• active
• not active
Key unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 1
• active
• not active
Key 1 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 2
• active
• not active
Key 2 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 3
• active
• not active
Key 3 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 4
• active
• not active
Key 4 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 1
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 2
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 3
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 4
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 1
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 2
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 3
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 4
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Threshold for low range warning
• off
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
Threshold for acoustic low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for tank reserve warning
• 6.5 litres
• 8.0 litres
• 10.0 litres
• 12.5 litres
• 20.0 litres
Threshold for tank reserve warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Telephone ringtone
• BMW
• Mini
Customize telephone ringtone. (codable in CIC)

Hazard lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice. (codable in FRM)

Crash lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice upon an accident. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. If available, please activate this option for the different keys as well. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function Key 1
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function Key 2
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

One-touch turn signal function Key 3
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front as LED
• active
• not active
Activate this option if you have replaced the turn signals front with LED bulbs. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear as LED
• active
• not active
Activate this option if you have replaced the turn signals rear with LED bulbs. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Video in motion 1/2
• active
• not active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/2’ as well. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/2’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion
• during driving
• only walking pace
• only when handbrake pulled
• not active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CCC)

Angel Eyes voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for sidemarkers. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for braking lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Braking lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Tail lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for tail lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Tail lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Tail lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Speed limit warning
• not active
• 120 kph / 75 mph
• 190 kph / 120 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
• 240 kph / 150 mph
Speed limit warning at 120 kph is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Temperature warning
• active
• not active
Warning for outside temperature below 4° C / 39° F is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Ignition key warning
• active
• not active
Ignition key warning active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for low range warning
• off
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
Threshold for acoustic low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for tank reserve warning
• 6.5 litres
• 8.0 litres
• 10.0 litres
• 12.5 litres
• 20.0 litres
Threshold for tank reserve warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Lights-on warning
• active
• not active
A warning is shown, when the driver’s door is opened while the lights are still on. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes/standing lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of angel eyes and the front standing lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of front turn signals in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Fog lights front warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of front fog lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

High beams warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of high beams in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Low beams warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of low beams in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear turn signals in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Outer brake lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Inner brake lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Tail lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of tail lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in FRM)

Seat belt warning
• not active
• active
Various settings for the seat belt warning. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder driver
• not active
• active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• not active
• active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 1. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 2. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 3. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 4. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights duration
• off
• 5s
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – low beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – brake force display
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Brake force display is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – braking lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – turn signals front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals front are turned on with welcome lights. To activate this function you may need to additionally code ‘Sidemarker (US) brightness’ to ‘very low’ or higher. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear are turned on with welcome lights. To activate this function you may need to additionally code ‘Sidemarker (US) brightness’ to ‘very low’ or higher. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – high beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – corner LEDs
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Corner LEDs are turned on with welcome lights. Due to the way LEDs work, it is not possible to softly turn them on. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – standing lights rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights rear are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

These topics can be coded in your 3 series (F3x, F80). For more information about coding, see here.
Active Sound Design Mode
• off
• M5/M6
Mode for Active Sound Design. The Active Sound Design module produces an amplified exhaust sound in the interior through the speakers. If you disable this function a fault code in the ASD might appear. To remove this fault code restore the ASD from ist original backup, since the fault code appeared because the ASD has been disabled. (codable in ASD)

Ambient lighting brightness 1/2
• same brightness as speedometer
• own brightness
Usually the brightness of the ambient lighting is automatically adjusted to the brightness of the speedometer illumination. To set the brightness indepently from the speedometer illumination, set this function to ‘own brightness’. The brightness of the ambient lighting can then be changed with ‘Ambient lighting brightness 2/2’. (codable in FEM)

Ambient lighting brightness 2/2
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Own brightness for ambient lighting. In order to activate this function, set ‘Ambient lighting brightness’ to ‘own brightness’. (codable in FEM)

Threshold washer fluid warning
• low
• medium
• high
Threshold at which the washer fluid warning is turned on. The higher the threshold to activate this warning, the sooner this warning will be shown. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 10s
• 12s
• 15 s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in FEM)

Reduce wiper speed
• not active
• 130 kph / 80 mph
• 170 kph / 105 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
Threshold at which the wiper speed is reduced. (codable in FEM)

Rear window cleaning with low washer liquid
• active
• not active
Rear windows are also cleaned even though the washer fluid level is low. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
• 0.9 s
• 1.1 s
• 1.3 s
• 1.5 s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in FEM)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in FEM)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Continue rear wiper when igntion turned on
• active
• not active
Rear wiper continue wiping and don’t interrupt, when the ignition is turned on. (codable in FEM)

Rear wiper permanent when reversing
• active
• not active
When rear wipers are active while reversing, they are automatically set to permament wiping. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights – light switch
• not active
• A or 0
• A, 0 or 1
• Low beams
• High beams
Positions for the light switch where the daytime running lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Turn on door lights in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Turn on door lights while car is in reverse. This function can be used to illuminate the area while reversing in order to get a better view of the sides of the car. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2
• active
• not active
Also adjust the steering wheel position when easy entry is activated. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2’. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic default off
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is turned off by default. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic enabled in ECO mode
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is automatically activated in ECO mode. (codable in FEM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

iDrive start logo
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 1)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 2)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 3)
• BMW i
• M
• BMW white
• BMW brown
• Mini
• Rolls Royce
• BMW Christmas
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system. (codable in NBT)

iDrive start animated
• not animated
• animated
• black screen
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system is animated. Alternatively a black screen without any logo can be displayed. (codable in NBT)

Tire pressure menu with temperature
• active
• not active
Also show temperature of the individual tires in the tire pressure menu. This function only works if the tires have tire pressure sensors installed and pressure of the individual tires is already shown. (codable in CIC)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Volume popup
• active
• not active
Show volume popup in the iDrive when changing the volume. (codable in NBT)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Date in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date in dashboard. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• not active
• 3 s
• 5 s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Bootlogo for dashboard
• BMW
• M
Bootlogo for dashboard when ignition is turned on. This function only works if the dashboard display reaches at least from the middle to under the rpm meter. This coding shows no effect on smaller displays. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lighting after opening trunk lid
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on, when trunk lid is opened. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FEM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt while reversing
• weak
• medium
• strong
Tilt of mirrors with activated reverse gear. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Tilt mirror in reverse’. (codable in FEM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FEM)

Unfold mirrors after comfort close
• active
• not active
Mirrors are automatically unfolded when the car is unlocked, if they were folded by the comfort closing function. (codable in FEM)

Mirror fold with turn signals
• active
• not active
Mirrors can be folded via comfort closing while turn signals or hazard lights are active. (codable in FEM)

Navigation fuel stop suggestion
• active
• not active
Show suggestions for fuel stops along the way to the destination in ‘Route info’ when navigation system is active. (codable in CIC)

Route Info
• active
• not active
Display the ‘Route Info’ menu. In the ‘Route Info’ menu you can check the current navigation turn by turn. (codable in CIC)

Navigation geo coordinates
• active
• not active
Show geo coordinates in latitude and longitude in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Navigation while updating
• active
• not active
Allow using the navigation system while the maps are being updated. (codable in CIC)

Arrow view in main window
• active
• not active
Arrow view is also available in the main window and not only in the split screen window. (codable in CIC)

Navigation current position
• active
• not active
Show option to display current position in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Range map
• active
• not active
Range map is available in the main window as a possible map. (codable in NBT)

Route magnet
• active
• not active
Display route magnet as a possible method for recalculating the active route. (codable in NBT)

Route preview
• active
• not active
Display the route preview menu. This function is also known as ‘Route simulator’. If available, also activate ‘Route preview – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Route preview – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Route preview’. (codable in NBT)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

PDC in reverse
• active
• not active
Activate PDC as soon as car is rolling backwards/reversing. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
PDC is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
PDC is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Parking lights
• active
• not active
Parking lights function is active/not active. One sided parking lights are activated by turning on the turn signals after turning off the ignition and locking the car. (codable in FEM)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Rain light sensor sensitivity
• very sensitive
• sensitive
• normal
• insensitive
• daytime running lights
Sensitivity of rain light sensor. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest front
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest front
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat front
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat front
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat front
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest rear
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest rear
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat rear
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat rear
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat rear
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for performance
• hp
• kW
Unit for performance in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for torque
• Nm
• lb ft
• kgm
Unit for torque in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 7
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FEM)

Video in motion 1/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/3’ and ‘Video in motion 3/3’ as well. If available, also disable ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video only with handbrake
• active
• not active
Only allow watching video while the handbrake is pulled. In order to watch video while driving, set this function to ‘not active’ and activate all parts of ‘Video in motion’. Video in motion is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. If available, also deactivate ‘Video only with handbrake – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Video only with handbrake – addition
• not active
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Only change this function with ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in NBT)

Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Reverse gear gong
• active
• not active
Gong for reverse gear is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Low beams left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (Japan)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear left in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear right in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – distance
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 500 m / 0.31 mls
• 1000 m / 0.62 mls
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – speed’ to set the speed. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – speed
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – distance’ to set the distance. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in FEM)

Welcome-lights – light switch position
• not active
• A
• A or 2
Positions for the light switch where the welcome-lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of exterior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights duration
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – only when dark
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are only turned on when the rain-light sensor (RLS) recognizes it is dark outside. Only works if rain-light sensor is installed. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear left fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear right fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – third brake light
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Third brake light is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)


4 series


These topics can be coded in your 4 series (F3x, F82, F83). For more information about coding, see here.
Active Sound Design Mode
• off
• M5/M6
Mode for Active Sound Design. The Active Sound Design module produces an amplified exhaust sound in the interior through the speakers. If you disable this function a fault code in the ASD might appear. To remove this fault code restore the ASD from ist original backup, since the fault code appeared because the ASD has been disabled. (codable in ASD)

Ambient lighting brightness 1/2
• same brightness as speedometer
• own brightness
Usually the brightness of the ambient lighting is automatically adjusted to the brightness of the speedometer illumination. To set the brightness indepently from the speedometer illumination, set this function to ‘own brightness’. The brightness of the ambient lighting can then be changed with ‘Ambient lighting brightness 2/2’. (codable in FEM)

Ambient lighting brightness 2/2
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Own brightness for ambient lighting. In order to activate this function, set ‘Ambient lighting brightness’ to ‘own brightness’. (codable in FEM)

Threshold washer fluid warning
• low
• medium
• high
Threshold at which the washer fluid warning is turned on. The higher the threshold to activate this warning, the sooner this warning will be shown. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval rear window
• not active
• 2s
• 4s
• 6s
• 8s
• 10s
• 12s
• 15 s
Interval in seconds for windscreen rear window wipers. (codable in FEM)

Reduce wiper speed
• not active
• 130 kph / 80 mph
• 170 kph / 105 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
Threshold at which the wiper speed is reduced. (codable in FEM)

Rear window cleaning with low washer liquid
• active
• not active
Rear windows are also cleaned even though the washer fluid level is low. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
• 0.9 s
• 1.1 s
• 1.3 s
• 1.5 s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in FEM)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in FEM)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in FEM)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Continue rear wiper when igntion turned on
• active
• not active
Rear wiper continue wiping and don’t interrupt, when the ignition is turned on. (codable in FEM)

Rear wiper permanent when reversing
• active
• not active
When rear wipers are active while reversing, they are automatically set to permament wiping. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights – light switch
• not active
• A or 0
• A, 0 or 1
• Low beams
• High beams
Positions for the light switch where the daytime running lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Turn on door lights in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Turn on door lights while car is in reverse. This function can be used to illuminate the area while reversing in order to get a better view of the sides of the car. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2
• active
• not active
Also adjust the steering wheel position when easy entry is activated. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2’. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic default off
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is turned off by default. (codable in FEM)

Start/Stop-Automatic enabled in ECO mode
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is automatically activated in ECO mode. (codable in FEM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in FEM)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in FEM)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.4 s
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in FEM)

Cleanings until 1st headlight cleaning
• not active
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 8
• 10
• 15
Head lights are cleaned for the first time after the x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in FEM)

iDrive start logo
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 1)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 2)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 3)
• BMW i
• M
• BMW white
• BMW brown
• Mini
• Rolls Royce
• BMW Christmas
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system. (codable in NBT)

iDrive start animated
• not animated
• animated
• black screen
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system is animated. Alternatively a black screen without any logo can be displayed. (codable in NBT)

Tire pressure menu with temperature
• active
• not active
Also show temperature of the individual tires in the tire pressure menu. This function only works if the tires have tire pressure sensors installed and pressure of the individual tires is already shown. (codable in CIC)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Volume popup
• active
• not active
Show volume popup in the iDrive when changing the volume. (codable in NBT)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Date in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date in dashboard. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• not active
• 3 s
• 5 s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Bootlogo for dashboard
• BMW
• M
Bootlogo for dashboard when ignition is turned on. This function only works if the dashboard display reaches at least from the middle to under the rpm meter. This coding shows no effect on smaller displays. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lighting after opening trunk lid
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on, when trunk lid is opened. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FEM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FEM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FEM)

Mirror tilt while reversing
• weak
• medium
• strong
Tilt of mirrors with activated reverse gear. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Tilt mirror in reverse’. (codable in FEM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FEM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FEM)

Unfold mirrors after comfort close
• active
• not active
Mirrors are automatically unfolded when the car is unlocked, if they were folded by the comfort closing function. (codable in FEM)

Mirror fold with turn signals
• active
• not active
Mirrors can be folded via comfort closing while turn signals or hazard lights are active. (codable in FEM)

Navigation fuel stop suggestion
• active
• not active
Show suggestions for fuel stops along the way to the destination in ‘Route info’ when navigation system is active. (codable in CIC)

Route Info
• active
• not active
Display the ‘Route Info’ menu. In the ‘Route Info’ menu you can check the current navigation turn by turn. (codable in CIC)

Navigation geo coordinates
• active
• not active
Show geo coordinates in latitude and longitude in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Navigation while updating
• active
• not active
Allow using the navigation system while the maps are being updated. (codable in CIC)

Arrow view in main window
• active
• not active
Arrow view is also available in the main window and not only in the split screen window. (codable in CIC)

Navigation current position
• active
• not active
Show option to display current position in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Range map
• active
• not active
Range map is available in the main window as a possible map. (codable in NBT)

Route magnet
• active
• not active
Display route magnet as a possible method for recalculating the active route. (codable in NBT)

Route preview
• active
• not active
Display the route preview menu. This function is also known as ‘Route simulator’. If available, also activate ‘Route preview – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Route preview – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Route preview’. (codable in NBT)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in FEM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in FEM)

PDC in reverse
• active
• not active
Activate PDC as soon as car is rolling backwards/reversing. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
PDC is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

PDC turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
PDC is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 25 m / 82 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in REM)

Reversing camera turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 15 kph / 9 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in REM)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Parking lights
• active
• not active
Parking lights function is active/not active. One sided parking lights are activated by turning on the turn signals after turning off the ignition and locking the car. (codable in FEM)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in FEM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in FEM)

Rain light sensor sensitivity
• very sensitive
• sensitive
• normal
• insensitive
• daytime running lights
Sensitivity of rain light sensor. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest front
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest front
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat front
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat front
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat front
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest rear
• 29°C / 84°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 38°C / 100°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest rear
• 44°C / 111°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 50°C / 122°F
• 53°C / 127°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat rear
• 28°C / 82°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat rear
• 37°C / 99°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 43°C / 109°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in FEM)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat rear
• 43°C / 109°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 52°C / 126°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in FEM)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for performance
• hp
• kW
Unit for performance in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for torque
• Nm
• lb ft
• kgm
Unit for torque in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when unlocking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• not active
• 1
• 2
• 3
Number of times the turn signals are turned on when locking the vehicle. (codable in FEM)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
• 7
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FEM)

Video in motion 1/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/3’ and ‘Video in motion 3/3’ as well. If available, also disable ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video only with handbrake
• active
• not active
Only allow watching video while the handbrake is pulled. In order to watch video while driving, set this function to ‘not active’ and activate all parts of ‘Video in motion’. Video in motion is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. If available, also deactivate ‘Video only with handbrake – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Video only with handbrake – addition
• not active
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Only change this function with ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in NBT)

Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

High beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for daytime running lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Daytime running lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals front right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals front right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for outer standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights outer rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner standing lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Standing lights inner rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in REM)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Reverse gear gong
• active
• not active
Gong for reverse gear is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Low beams left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Low beams right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Low beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

High beams right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of High beams right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Front fog lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Front fog lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights left warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights left in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Daytime running lights right warning
• not active
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (Japan)
Warning for malfunction of Daytime running lights right in the on board computer. (codable in FEM)

Turn signals rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear left in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Turn signals rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of Turn signals rear right in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights outer rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear left standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Standing lights inner rear right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of inner rear right standing lights in the on board computer. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Reversing lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Reversing lights right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• active (alternative)
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of left braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Brake lights right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of right braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in REM)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – distance
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 500 m / 0.31 mls
• 1000 m / 0.62 mls
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – speed’ to set the speed. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – speed
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – distance’ to set the distance. (codable in CSM)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in FEM)

Welcome-lights – light switch position
• not active
• A
• A or 2
Positions for the light switch where the welcome-lights function is activated. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of exterior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights duration
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – DRL right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Daytime running lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – low beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal front right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal front right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signal mid right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signal mid (mirrors) right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – design lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Design lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – high beams right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Brightness interior lights after unlock
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights after unlocking the car. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – Innenbeleuchtung
• not active
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of interior lights for welcome lights. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – only when dark
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are only turned on when the rain-light sensor (RLS) recognizes it is dark outside. Only works if rain-light sensor is installed. (codable in FEM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights outer rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Outer standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear left are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – stand. lights inner rear right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Inner standing lights rear right are turned on with welcome lights. The outer standing lights are on the car itself, the inner ones are on the rear lid (if available). (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – reversing lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Reversing lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear left fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear right fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights left
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights left are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – braking lights right
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights right are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – third brake light
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Third brake light is turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in REM)


5 series


These topics can be coded in your 5 series (E39). For more information about coding, see here.
Anti-Theft Alarm System
• active
• not active
Turn this function on to activate optical and audible confirmations for locking/unlocking the vehicle. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Alarm sound
• continuous sound
• interval sound
Choose between (1) an intermittent sound or (2) a continuous sound for the alarm of the anti-theft alarm system. (codable in GM5)

Alarm sound long
• active
• not active
Alarm sound is extended. (codable in GM5)

Alarm with dimmed headlights
• active
• not active
Dimmed headlights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in GM5)

Alarm with high beams
• active
• not active
High beams blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in GM5)

Alarm with warning lights
• active
• not active
Warning lights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in GM5)

Interior space monitoring
• active
• not active
Turn sensor for interior space monitoring on/off. Useful, if pets regularly stay behind in locked vehicle. (codable in GM5)

Interior space monitoring rear
• active
• not active
Turn rear sensor for interior space monitoring on/off. Useful, if pets regularly stay behind in locked vehicle. To deactivate the sensor ‘Interior space monitoring’ has to be set to ‘not active’. (codable in GM5)

Tilt sensor for alarm
• active
• not active
Turn tilt sensor for alarm on/off. Useful, if car is regularly parked in duplex garages. (codable in GM5)

Panic alarm
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. (codable in GM5)

Unlock with Centerlock button
• active
• not active
In a locked car the driver and passenger door can be unlocked from inside the car by pressing the Centerlock button. After pressing the button the doors can be opened from the inside, but not from the outside. Opening them from the outside will trigger the anti-theft alarm system. To lock the car again, it has to be unlocked by either a remote or a key first. (codable in GM5)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• With locks and remote
• Only with remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in GM5)

Wiping interval
• 5s
• 3s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers in interval position. (codable in GM5)

Reduce wiping speed on stop
• active
• not active
Reduce wiping speed of windscreen wipers to speed in interval position when vehicle stops. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – low beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for low beams are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – brake lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for brake lights are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – high beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for high beams are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – dashboard lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for dashboard instruments are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – number plates
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for number plates are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – fog lights front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for fog lights front are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – park lights front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights front are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Follow me home lights – park lights rear
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights rear are active/not active. (codable in LSZ)

Front fog lights with high beams
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating high beams. (codable in LSZ)

Interior lighting soft on/off
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is softly turned on/off. (codable in GM5)

Interior lighting turn on with remote
• active
• not active
Interior lighting is turned on by pressing the unlock button on the remote a second time after unlocking the car. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Automatically lock vehicle
• active
• not active
If no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in GM5)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• on ignition
• 4 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 16 kph / 10 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 28 kph / 17 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 1 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 2
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 2 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 3
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 3 is used. (codable in GM5)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 4
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 4 is used. (codable in GM5)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors 1/2
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. (codable in GM5)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors 2/2
• active
• not active
When holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking
• active
• not active
Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 1nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 2nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 3nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Selective central locking Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 4nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in GM5)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in GM5)

Sidemarker (US)
• active
• not active
Sidemarkers are permanently active. May need additional ‘Sidemarker (US)’ functions set to ‘active’ if available. If warnings for the turn signals are shown after successfully coding this, please disable the voltage monitoring for the turn signals. This warning is most likely due to the fact that your car is not a US model. (codable in LSZ)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in GM5)

Hazard lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for sidemarkers left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Sidemarker left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for sidemarkers right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Sidemarker right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Sidemarker right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals front voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Fog lights left voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

High beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

High beams voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

High beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Low beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Low beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Turn signals rear voltage monit.
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for braking lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Braking lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for inner brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Inner brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Inner brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Park lights rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for park lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Park lights rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Park lights rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Park lights rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for park lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Park lights rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Park lights rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LSZ)

These topics can be coded in your 5 series (E6x). For more information about coding, see here.
Save circulation settings
• active
• not active
Circulation settings are saved for next start of the vehicle. (codable in IHKA)

Air conditioning engine speed
• active
• not active
Increase idle engine speed when air conditioning is turned on. (codable in IHKA)

Blower level during automatic A/C
• active
• not active
The current blower level is displayed even during automatic mode of the air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Automatic compressor with air conditioning
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the compressor for air conditioning does not start by itself. (codable in IHKA)

Ventilation in off-mode
• active
• not active
Ventilation blows on smallest level, when air conditioning is in off-mode. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 1
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 2
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 3
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 4
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in IHKA)

Panic alarm with remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the ‘unlock trunk’ button to trigger the alarm. To activate this function, also activate ‘Panic alarm’ in the DWA module. (codable in CAS)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• Only with remote
• With locks and remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in CAS)

Panic alarm
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. To activate this function also activate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. (codable in DWA)

Panic alarm 1/2
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. To activate this function also activate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module and also ‘Panic alarm 2/2’ in the DWA. (codable in DWA)

Panic alarm 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Panic alarm 1/2’. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with dimmed headlights
• active
• not active
Dimmed headlights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with warning lights
• active
• not active
Warning lights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with high beams
• active
• not active
High beams blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm type
• Europe
• USA
• UK
Type and sound of the alarm. United Kingdom is the same sound as Europe, the duration of the alarm is eight times longer. (codable in DWAS)

Anti-Theft Alarm System
• active
• not active
Turn this function on to activate optical and audible confirmations for locking/unlocking the vehicle. (codable in CIC)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness (alternative)
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. Use this function, if ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’ does not show any effect. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Brake force display
• active
• not active
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – tail lights
• on
• flashing
Customization for tail lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – angel eyes
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for angel eyes for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – outer brake lights
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for outer brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – inner brake lights
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for inner brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – rear fog lights
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for rear fog lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort start
• active
• not active
Ignition key just has to be tapped once to start the engine after ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Comfort eject
• active
• not active
Turn off the ignition with a long press on the start/stop button in order to eject the ignition key. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Activate follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration Key 1
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration Key 2
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration Key 3
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights with remote
• active
• not active
Quickly press the ‘Open trunk’ button twice to activate the follow me home lights. In some circumstances the function ‘Panic mode remote’ in the CAS has to be activated, too. (codable in LMA)

Cancel follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are cancelled, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in LMA)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – dashboard lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for dashboard instruments are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – low beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for low beams are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – brake lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for brake lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – turn signals rear
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for turn signals rear are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – turn signals front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for turn signals front are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – high beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for high beams are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – number plates
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for number plates are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – fog lights rear
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for fog lights rear are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – fog lights front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for fog lights front are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – reversing lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for reversing lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for tail lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – inner tail lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for inner tail lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – park lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Speed limit roof open/close
• 5 kph / 3 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Speed limit for closing/opening the roof while driving. For pre-facelift models 30 kph is recommended, due to the less stable construction of the roof. (codable in CTM)

Cornering lights 1/3
• active
• not active
Use front fog lights/high beams as cornering lights. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights 2/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – reverse gear
• active
• not active
Use cornering lights also when reversing. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of ‘Cornering lights’. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 1
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 1. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 2
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 2. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 3
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 3. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 4
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 4. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights 1/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 2/2’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights 2/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 1/2’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – Key 1
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – Key 2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – Key 3
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights customization
• not active
• dimmed turn signals
• dimmed high beams
Customization of the daytime running lights. Brightness can be set with ‘Daytime running lights brightness’. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights brightness
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness for dimmed daytime running lights. To use this function, also activate ‘Daytime running lights customization’. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – customization
• Off
• Low beams
• High beams
• Only additional lights (EU models)
• Only additional lights (US models)
Customization of the daytime running lights (DRL). The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – high beams brightness
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness of high beams for daytime running lights. To activate the high beams for daytime running lights, set ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘High beams’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – eyebrows
• active
• not active
Use eyebrows as daytime running lights. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – front turn signals
• active
• not active
Use front turn signals as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – turn signals brightness
• off
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – front turn signals’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness (alternative)
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. Use this function, if ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’ does not show any effect. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – number plate lighting
• active
• not active
Use number plate lighting as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Use tail lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – outer brake lights
• active
• not active
Use outer brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – inner brake lights
• active
• not active
Use inner brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 5 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights
• standard
• permanently on
• permanently off
Set mode of daytime running lights. (codable in CIC)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Flash to pass with bi-xenon
• active
• not active
Bi-xenon lamps are used for flash to pass. (codable in LMA)

Front fog lights with flash to pass
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating flash to pass. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals in Head-Up Display
• active
• not active
Show turn signals and hazard lights in the head up display. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 1
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 1. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 2
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 2. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 3
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 3. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 4
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 4. (codable in HUD)

Front fog lights with high beams
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating high beams. (codable in LMA)

Audible confirmation menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking in iDrive. This coding only works when the DWA module is installed. (codable in CIC)

Address book menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for address book in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Notepad menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for notepad in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Permanent speedometer lighting
• active
• not active
Speedometer is always lit, even in the daytime. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• 0s
• 4s
• 6s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lights with remote
• active
• not active
Pressing the lock button on the remote, when the car is already locked, turns on the interior lights. (codable in CAS)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Legal disclaimer (US) – display time
• 0s
• 10s
Display time for the legal disclaimer in the iDrive. Setting this function to ‘0s’ deactivates the legal disclaimer and sometimes even speeds up the starting time of the iDrive. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Lock tailgate when car locked
• active
• not active
Tailgate cannot be unlocked, when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle duration
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes until doors are locked after car was unlocked but no windows or doors have been opened. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 1nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 2nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 3nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 4nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle upon ignition
• active
• not active
Vehicle is locked, when ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• 2 kph / 1 mph
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 18 kph / 11 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 1 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 2
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 2 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 3
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 3 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 4
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 4 is used. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in KGM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in KGM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in KGM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in KGM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FTM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FTM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking
• active
• not active
Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 1nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 2nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 3nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 4nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking – unlock fuel lid
• active
• not active
The fuel lid is also unlocked upon the first unlock, when ‘Selective central locking’ is active. (codable in CAS)

Unlock car when turned off
• active
• not active
Doors are automatically unlocked, when ignition key is ejected. Only works if ‘Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1-4’ is activated. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Comfort standing light
• active
• not active
If the light switch is set at automatic or on, the parking lights remain on, until the vehicle is locked with the remote. (codable in LMA)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in CAS)

Power windows after ignition off
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes, for which power windows are active after turning off the ignition. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater level in menu
• active
• not active
Show the current seat heater level for the front seats in the seat heater menu. (codable in CCC)

Show seat heater menu automatically
• active
• not active
Show seat heater menu for a few seconds when activating the seat heater. This function often only works in 5 series models. (codable in CCC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Unlock rear window
• active
• not active
Key unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 1
• active
• not active
Key 1 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 2
• active
• not active
Key 2 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 3
• active
• not active
Key 3 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 4
• active
• not active
Key 4 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 1
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 2
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 3
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 4
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 1
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 2
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 3
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 4
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Close trunk with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Close the trunk/rear lid with the interior footwell switch. (codable in HKL)

Close trunk with keyfob
• active
• not active
Close the trunk/rear lid via the keyfob. To activate this function also deactivate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. If available, also activate ‘Close trunk with keyfob – addition’. (codable in HKL)

Threshold for low range warning
• off
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
Threshold for acoustic low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for tank reserve warning
• 6.5 litres
• 8.0 litres
• 10.0 litres
• 12.5 litres
• 20.0 litres
Threshold for tank reserve warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Telephone ringtone
• BMW
• Mini
Customize telephone ringtone. (codable in CIC)

Hazard lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice. (codable in LMA)

Crash lights
• standard
• double
Hazard lights blink once or twice upon an accident. (codable in LMA)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. If available, please activate this option for the different keys as well. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in LMA)

One-touch turn signal function Key 1
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

One-touch turn signal function Key 2
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

One-touch turn signal function Key 3
• 1
• 3
• 5
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. Separate setting for ‘One-touch turn signal function’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Video in motion 1/2
• active
• not active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/2’ as well. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/2’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion
• during driving
• only walking pace
• only when handbrake pulled
• not active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CCC)

Angel Eyes voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Angel Eyes voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for sidemarkers. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Sidemarker voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Sidemarker voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals front voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

High beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

High beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Low beams voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Low beams voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals rear voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for braking lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Braking lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Braking lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Tail lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for tail lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Tail lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Tail lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Reversing lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Reversing lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear fog lights. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog lights voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog lights voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in LMA)

Speed limit warning
• not active
• 120 kph / 75 mph
• 130 kph / 80 mph
• 140 kph / 85 mph
• 150 kph / 95 mph
• 170 kph / 105 mph
• 190 kph / 120 mph
• 210 kph / 130 mph
• 240 kph / 150 mph
Speed limit warning at 120 kph is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Ignition key warning
• active
• not active
Ignition key warning active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Seat belt warning
• active
• not active
Various settings for the seat belt warning. (codable in KOMBI)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in KOMBI)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for low range warning
• off
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
Threshold for acoustic low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Threshold for tank reserve warning
• 6.5 litres
• 8.0 litres
• 10.0 litres
• 12.5 litres
• 20.0 litres
Threshold for tank reserve warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Lights-on warning
• active
• not active
A warning is shown, when the driver’s door is opened while the lights are still on. (codable in LMA)

Angel Eyes/standing lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of angel eyes and the front standing lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of daytime running lights and angel eyes in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Sidemarker warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of sidemarker in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals front warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of front turn signals in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Fog lights front warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of front fog lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

High beams warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of high beams in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Low beams warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of low beams in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals rear warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear turn signals in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Outer brake lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of outer braking lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Third brake light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of third brake light in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Tail lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of tail lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Reversing lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of reversing lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

License plate light warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of license plate lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog light left warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear left fog light in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Rear fog light right warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of rear right fog light in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Eyebrow lights warning
• active
• not active
Warning for malfunction of eyebrow lights in the on board computer. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights
• active
• not active
Welcome lights are turned on, when vehicle is unlocked. In order for the welcome light to work, the light switch in the car has to be set to ‘Auto’. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. In order to customize which lights should be turned on, please use the following options. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Welcome lights’ for key 4. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights duration
• off
• 5s
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – low beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Low beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – braking lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Braking lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – turn signals front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals front are turned on with welcome lights. To activate this function you may need to additionally code ‘Sidemarker (US) brightness’ to ‘very low’ or higher. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – turn signals rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Turn signals rear are turned on with welcome lights. To activate this function you may need to additionally code ‘Sidemarker (US) brightness’ to ‘very low’ or higher. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – high beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
High beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – front fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Front fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – rear fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Rear fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – angel eyes
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Angel eyes are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – standing lights front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights front are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – standing lights rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Standing lights rear are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

Welcome lights – eyebrow lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on hard
Eyebrow lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in LMA)

These topics can be coded in your 5 series (F1x). For more information about coding, see here.
Active Sound Design Mode
• off
• M5/M6
Mode for Active Sound Design. The Active Sound Design module produces an amplified exhaust sound in the interior through the speakers. If you disable this function a fault code in the ASD might appear. To remove this fault code restore the ASD from ist original backup, since the fault code appeared because the ASD has been disabled. (codable in ASD)

Number of wipes after windscreen cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Number of wipes after rear window cleaning
• 1
• 2
• 3
• 4
Number of wipes after rear window is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Reduce wiper speed
• 210 kph / 130 mph
• not active
Threshold at which the wiper speed is reduced. (codable in JBBF)

Rear window cleaning with low washer liquid
• active
• not active
Rear windows are also cleaned even though the washer fluid level is low. (codable in JBBF)

Wipe delay after windowscreen cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Windscreen wipers wipe 0.x seconds after windscreen is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Wipe delay after rear window cleaning
• 0.1 s
• 0.3 s
• 0.5 s
• 0.7 s
Rear window wipers wipe 0.x seconds after rear window is cleaned. (codable in JBBF)

Wiping interval standstill
• 3s
• 5s
Interval in seconds for windscreen wipers at standstill. (codable in JBBF)

Windscreen wipers continue
• active
• not active
Windscreen wipers don’t stop in the middle of the windscreen when ignition is turned off. Instead they complete their wiping cycle. (codable in JBBF)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in JBBF)

Continue rear wiper when igntion turned on
• active
• not active
Rear wiper continue wiping and don’t interrupt, when the ignition is turned on. (codable in JBBF)

Rear wiper permanent when reversing
• active
• not active
When rear wipers are active while reversing, they are automatically set to permament wiping. (codable in JBBF)

Rear wiper in reverse gear
• active
• not active
Rear wiper automatically turns on in reverse gear when front wipers are active. (codable in JBBF)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in JBBF)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in JBBF)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• not active
• 160 kph / 100 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in JBBF)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in CAS)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in FRM)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – customization
• not active
• High beams
• Low beams
• Angel eyes + Rear lights (EU)
• Angel eyes (EU)
• Angel eyes + Rear lights (US)
• Angel eyes (US)
• Front lights (Northern Europe)
Mode of daytime running lights. Daytime running lights can be manually activated by putting the light switch to position ‘0’. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – brightness
• very low
• low
• rather low
• medium (US)
• medium (EU)
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness of the configured daytime running lights. (codable in FRM)

Daytime running lights – high beams brightness
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of high beams for daytime running lights and general use. To activate the high beams for daytime running lights, set ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘High beams’. (codable in FRM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2
• active
• not active
Also adjust the steering wheel position when easy entry is activated. (codable in FRM)

Easy entry – steering wheel 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Easy entry – steering wheel 1/2’. (codable in FRM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Start/Stop-Automatic memory
• active
• not active
Setting for Start/Stop-Automatic is saved for the next start. Deactivating the Start/Stop-Automatic on the car can increase the life time of the battery and the starter. (codable in CAS)

Start/Stop-Automatic default off
• active
• not active
Engine start/stop automatic is turned off by default. (codable in CAS)

Flash to pass with bi-xenon
• active
• not active
Bi-xenon lamps are used for flash to pass. (codable in FRM)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Number until headlight cleaning
• 1
• 5
• 10
Head lights are cleaned every x-th time the windscreen washer has been activated. (codable in JBBF)

Head light cleaning
• active
• not active
Turn head light cleaning on/off. (codable in JBBF)

Number of splashes for head lights
• 2
• 3
Number of splashes for cleaning the head lights. (codable in JBBF)

Length of splash for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Length of a single splash for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Delay between splashes for head lights
• 0.6 s
• 0.8 s
• 1.0 s
• 1.2 s
• 1.4 s
• 1.6 s
• 1.8 s
• 2.0 s
Delay between splashes for head light cleaning. (codable in JBBF)

Maximum speed headlight cleaning
• not active
• 160 kph / 100 mph
Maximum speed at which folding headlight cleaning is possible. (codable in JBBF)

Daytime running lights – high beams brightness
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of high beams for daytime running lights and general use. To activate the high beams for daytime running lights, set ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘High beams’. (codable in FRM)

Highbeam assisstent automatically turned on
• active
• not active
High beam assisstent is automatically turned on. (codable in FRM)

iDrive start logo
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 1)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 2)
• BMW Connected Drive (Version 3)
• BMW i
• M
• BMW white
• BMW brown
• Mini
• Rolls Royce
• BMW Christmas
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system. (codable in NBT)

iDrive start animated
• not animated
• animated
• black screen
Logo that is displayed when starting the iDrive system is animated. Alternatively a black screen without any logo can be displayed. (codable in NBT)

Tire pressure menu with temperature
• active
• not active
Also show temperature of the individual tires in the tire pressure menu. This function only works if the tires have tire pressure sensors installed and pressure of the individual tires is already shown. (codable in CIC)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Gear Shift Indicator menu
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to enable/disable the gear shift indicator. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Volume popup
• active
• not active
Show volume popup in the iDrive when changing the volume. (codable in NBT)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Date in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date in dashboard. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• not active
• 3 s
• 5 s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 1/2
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator in the on board computer. To activate this function, also activate other codings for ‘Gear shift indicator’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change with ‘Gear shift indicator 1/2’. (codable in KOMBI)

Date incl. Time in dashboard
• active
• not active
Show date including current time in the dashboard. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Date in dashboard’. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator in sport mode
• active
• not active
Gear shift indicator is also shown in sport mode. (codable in KOMBI)

Bootlogo for dashboard
• BMW
• M
Bootlogo for dashboard when ignition is turned on. This function only works if the dashboard display reaches at least from the middle to under the rpm meter. This coding shows no effect on smaller displays. (codable in KOMBI)

Gear shift indicator current gear
• active
• not active
Current gear is permanently displayed in the gear shift indicator. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lights after turning off
• active
• not active
Interior lights are turned on when ignition is turned off after driving with turned on lights. (codable in FRM)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• not active
• active
• permanent
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Lock vehicle at x kph
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed. (codable in CAS)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• 2 kph / 1 mph
• 4 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• 16 kph / 10 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 32 kph / 20 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph only once
• active
• not active
The vehicle is automatically locked only the first time the set speed is reached. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows close simultaneously during comfort closing. (codable in CAS)

Comfort closing delay (mirrors)
• 0.0s
• 0.5s
• 1.5s
General delay for comfort closing. If ‘0.0s’ is set, mirrors fold immediately when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle duration
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes until doors are locked after car was unlocked but no windows or doors have been opened. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start closing the sunroof immediately during comfort closing. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FRM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in FRM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in FRM)

Mirror tilt while reversing
• weak
• medium
• strong
Tilt of mirrors with activated reverse gear. In order to activate this function, please also activate ‘Tilt mirror in reverse’. (codable in FRM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FRM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FRM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in FRM)

Mirror fold with turn signals
• active
• not active
Mirrors can be folded via comfort closing while turn signals or hazard lights are active. (codable in FRM)

Navigation fuel stop suggestion
• active
• not active
Show suggestions for fuel stops along the way to the destination in ‘Route info’ when navigation system is active. (codable in CIC)

Route Info
• active
• not active
Display the ‘Route Info’ menu. In the ‘Route Info’ menu you can check the current navigation turn by turn. (codable in CIC)

Navigation geo coordinates
• active
• not active
Show geo coordinates in latitude and longitude in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Navigation while updating
• active
• not active
Allow using the navigation system while the maps are being updated. (codable in CIC)

Arrow view in main window
• active
• not active
Arrow view is also available in the main window and not only in the split screen window. (codable in CIC)

Navigation current position
• active
• not active
Show option to display current position in the navigation menu. (codable in CIC)

Range map
• active
• not active
Range map is available in the main window as a possible map. (codable in NBT)

Route magnet
• active
• not active
Display route magnet as a possible method for recalculating the active route. (codable in NBT)

Route preview
• active
• not active
Display the route preview menu. This function is also known as ‘Route simulator’. If available, also activate ‘Route preview – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Route preview – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Route preview’. (codable in NBT)

Unlock car when turned off
• active
• not active
Doors are automatically unlocked, when ignition key is ejected. Only works if ‘Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1-4’ is activated. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open sunroof immediately
• active
• not active
Start opening the sunroof immediately during comfort opening. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open windows simultaneously
• active
• not active
Front and back windows open simultaneously during comfort opening. (codable in CAS)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

PDC in reverse
• active
• not active
Activate PDC as soon as car is rolling backwards/reversing. (codable in PDC)

Warning sound volume front
• very weak
• weak
• medium
• strong
• very strong
Volume for the warning sound of the front PDC. (codable in PDC)

Warning sound volume rear
• very weak
• weak
• medium
• strong
• very strong
Volume for the warning sound of the rear PDC. (codable in PDC)

PDC turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 20 m / 66 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
PDC is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in PDC)

PDC turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
PDC is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in PDC)

Reversing camera turn off – distance limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 m / 3 ft
• 10 m / 33 ft
• 20 m / 66 ft
• 50 m / 164 ft
• 75 m / 264 ft
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 150 m / 500 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 250 m / 820 ft
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving the set distance in forward gear in one piece. (codable in PDC)

Reversing camera turn off – speed limit
• when putting in forward gear
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 36 kph / 22 mph
Reversing camera is turned off automatically after driving faster than the set speed in forward gear. (codable in PDC)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Continue window action when door is opened
• active
• not active
When the door is opened while its window is opening/closing, the window will continue opening/closing the window. (codable in FRM)

Close window after easy entry
• active
• not active
If the driver side window has been opened via easy entry, the window automatically closes upon locking the vehicle. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry with every door open
• active
• not active
Activate easy entry every time the car is unlocked. If this function is deactivated, the easy entry is activated by pressing the unlock button on the keyfob twice. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Rain light sensor sensitivity
• very sensitive
• sensitive
• normal
• insensitive
Sensitivity of rain light sensor. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest front
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest front
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the front armrest heater for driver and passenger with front seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat front
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat front
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat front
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the front seat heater for driver and passenger with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – armrest rear
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – armrest rear
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – armrest rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the rear armrest heater with rear seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 1 – seat rear
• 25°C / 77°F
• 26°C / 79°F
• 27°C / 81°F
• 28°C / 82°F
• 29°C / 84°F
• 30°C / 86°F
• 31°C / 88°F
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 1. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 2 – seat rear
• 32°C / 90°F
• 33°C / 91°F
• 34°C / 93°F
• 35°C / 95°F
• 36°C / 97°F
• 37°C / 99°F
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 2. (codable in JBBF)

Seat heater temp. level 3 – seat rear
• 38°C / 100°F
• 39°C / 102°F
• 40°C / 104°F
• 41°C / 106°F
• 42°C / 108°F
• 43°C / 109°F
• 44°C / 111°F
• 45°C / 113°F
• 46°C / 115°F
• 47°C / 117°F
• 48°C / 118°F
• 49°C / 120°F
• 50°C / 122°F
Temperature of the rear seat heater with seat heater activated on level 3. (codable in JBBF)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• ‘corrected’ speed
• true speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for performance
• hp
• kW
Unit for performance in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display – unit for torque
• Nm
• lb ft
• kgm
Unit for torque in the sport display in the iDrive (if available). (codable in KOMBI)

Sport display
• active
• not active
Sport display for current performance and torque is shown in the ‘Vehicle information’. Since some engines (especially diesel ones) do not provide the data for the sport display to the iDrive, the sport display might be inactive and permanently show ‘0’ even after enabling this function. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – units
• active
• not active
Show menu in the iDrive settings to change the units for the sport display. (codable in CIC)

Sport display – color
• red
• orange
Color of the sport display. Red is usually used in M-models. (codable in NBT)

Close trunk with keyfob
• active
• not active
Close the trunk/rear lid via the keyfob. To activate this function also deactivate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. If available, also activate ‘Close trunk with keyfob – addition’. (codable in HKL)

Close trunk with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Close the trunk/rear lid with the interior footwell switch. (codable in HKL)

Close trunk with keyfob – addition
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Close trunk with keyfob’. (codable in HKL)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Message length while driving
• no details
• one page
• up to five pages
• whole text
Length of displayed messages for available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in CIC)

Messages while driving
• while driving
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Display messages of available office functions while driving, e.g. SMS. (codable in NBT)

One-touch turn signal function
• 1
• 3
Number of turn signals when tapping the turn signal. In some cases, this option also needs to be enabled in the iDrive. (codable in FRM)

Video in motion 1/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 8 kph / 5 mph
• active
Enable video and DVD while driving. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Video in motion 2/3’ and ‘Video in motion 3/3’ as well. If available, also disable ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 2/3
• not active
• 3 kph / 2 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video in motion 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Video in motion 1/3’. This is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. (codable in CIC)

Video only with handbrake
• active
• not active
Only allow watching video while the handbrake is pulled. In order to watch video while driving, set this function to ‘not active’ and activate all parts of ‘Video in motion’. Video in motion is only possible if the car supports watching TV or playing DVDs while standing. If available, also deactivate ‘Video only with handbrake – addition’. (codable in NBT)

Video only with handbrake – addition
• not active
• only with handbrake
• only in ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake and ‘P’ position
• only with handbrake or ‘P’ position
Only change this function with ‘Video only with handbrake’. (codable in NBT)

Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for low beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Low beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Low beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for high beams right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

High beams right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘High beams right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for angel eyes/standing lights front right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Angel Eyes right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals front right Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals front right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals front right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Front fog lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for front fog lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Front fog lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Front fog lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Park lights rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for park lights rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Park lights rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Park lights rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Park lights rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for park lights rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Park lights rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Park lights rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for turn signals rear right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Turn signals rear right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for reversing lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Reversing lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Reversing lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear left fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for rear right fog light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Rear fog light right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Rear fog light right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights left. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Brake lights left voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights left voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for brake lights right. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Brake lights right voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Brake lights right voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for third brake light. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Third brake light voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘Third brake light voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2
• active
• not active
Voltage monitoring for license plate lighting. Might cause flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

License plate lighting voltage monit. 2/2
• active
• not active
Deactivate with ‘License plate lighting voltage monit. 1/2’ to disable flickering of LED lights. (codable in FRM)

Threshold for low range warning
• not active
• 8 km
• 10 km / 6 mi
• 20 km / 12 mi
• 50 km / 31 mi
• 8 mi
• 15 mi
• 30 mi
Threshold for low range warning due to low fuel level. (codable in KOMBI)

Reverse gear gong
• active
• not active
Gong for reverse gear is active/not active. (codable in KOMBI)

Seat belt reminder driver
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for driver is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder passenger
• active
• not active
Seat belt reminder for passenger is active/ inactive. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – distance
• 100 m / 330 ft
• 200 m / 660 ft
• 500 m / 0.31 mls
• 1000 m / 0.62 mls
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – speed’ to set the speed. (codable in CSM)

Seat belt reminder – speed
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Seat belt reminder is activated after driving the set distance and driving faster than the set speed. Use ‘Seat belt reminder – distance’ to set the distance. (codable in CSM)

Welcome-lights – light switch position
• not active
• A
• A or 2
Positions for the light switch where the welcome-lights function is activated. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights duration
• 10s
• 20s
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of the welcome lights in seconds. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – low beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
Low beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – standing lights front
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
Standing lights front are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – high beams
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
High beams are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – front fog lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
Front fog lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – number plate lighting
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
Number plate lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – rear lights
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
Rear lights are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)

Welcome lights – standing lights rear
• not active
• turn on softly
• turn on softly (LED)
• turn on hard
Standing lights rear are turned on with welcome lights. (codable in FRM)


6 series


These topics can be coded in your 6 series (E6x). For more information about coding, see here.
Save circulation settings
• active
• not active
Circulation settings are saved for next start of the vehicle. (codable in IHKA)

Air conditioning engine speed
• active
• not active
Increase idle engine speed when air conditioning is turned on. (codable in IHKA)

Blower level during automatic A/C
• active
• not active
The current blower level is displayed even during automatic mode of the air conditioning. (codable in IHKA)

Automatic compressor with air conditioning
• active
• not active
When pressing the ‘Automatic’ button for air conditioning, the compressor for air conditioning does not start by itself. (codable in IHKA)

Ventilation in off-mode
• active
• not active
Ventilation blows on smallest level, when air conditioning is in off-mode. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 1
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 2
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 3
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in IHKA)

Off-Mode Memory Key 4
• active
• not active
Save setting for ‘Off-mode’ for the air conditioning. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in IHKA)

Panic alarm with remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the ‘unlock trunk’ button to trigger the alarm. To activate this function, also activate ‘Panic alarm’ in the DWA module. (codable in CAS)

Arm/Disarm Anti-Theft Alarm System
• Only with remote
• With locks and remote
Anti-theft alarm system is armed/disarmed by locking/unlocking the car (1) with the locks and the remote or (2) only by locking/unlocking the car with the remote. (codable in CAS)

Panic alarm
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. To activate this function also activate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module. (codable in DWA)

Panic alarm 1/2
• active
• not active
Trigger alarm by pressing and holding the ‘unlock tailgate’ button on the remote. To activate this function also activate ‘Panic alarm with remote’ in the CAS module and also ‘Panic alarm 2/2’ in the DWA. (codable in DWA)

Panic alarm 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Panic alarm 1/2’. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with dimmed headlights
• active
• not active
Dimmed headlights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with warning lights
• active
• not active
Warning lights blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm with high beams
• active
• not active
High beams blink when alarm is initiated. (codable in DWA)

Alarm type
• Europe
• USA
• UK
Type and sound of the alarm. United Kingdom is the same sound as Europe, the duration of the alarm is eight times longer. (codable in DWAS)

Anti-Theft Alarm System
• active
• not active
Turn this function on to activate optical and audible confirmations for locking/unlocking the vehicle. (codable in CIC)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness (alternative)
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. Use this function, if ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’ does not show any effect. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Brake force display
• active
• not active
Customized brake lights turn on or flash when braking hard. Use the codings below to customize the brake force display. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – tail lights
• on
• flashing
Customization for tail lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – angel eyes
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for angel eyes for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – outer brake lights
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for outer brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – inner brake lights
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for inner brake lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Brake force display – rear fog lights
• off
• on
• flashing
Customization for rear fog lights for brake force display. In order to enable this option, activate ‘Brake force display’ as well. (codable in LMA)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Comfort start
• active
• not active
Ignition key just has to be tapped once to start the engine after ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Comfort eject
• active
• not active
Turn off the ignition with a long press on the start/stop button in order to eject the ignition key. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Activate follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Duration of follow me home lights in seconds. To activate follow me home lights, activate the flash to pass, while the enginge is off. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration Key 1
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration Key 2
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights duration Key 3
• off
• 40s
• 90s
• 150s
• 240s
Separate setting for duration in seconds of follow me home lights for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights with remote
• active
• not active
Quickly press the ‘Open trunk’ button twice to activate the follow me home lights. In some circumstances the function ‘Panic mode remote’ in the CAS has to be activated, too. (codable in LMA)

Cancel follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are cancelled, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in LMA)

Extend follow me home lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights are displayed longer, when activating the flash to pass again. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – dashboard lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for dashboard instruments are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – low beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for low beams are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – brake lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for brake lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – turn signals rear
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for turn signals rear are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – turn signals front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for turn signals front are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – high beams
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for high beams are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – number plates
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for number plates are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – fog lights rear
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for fog lights rear are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – fog lights front
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for fog lights front are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – reversing lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for reversing lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for tail lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – inner tail lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for inner tail lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Follow me home lights – park lights
• active
• not active
Follow me home lights for parking lights are active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Speed limit roof open/close
• 5 kph / 3 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
• 50 kph / 31 mph
Speed limit for closing/opening the roof while driving. For pre-facelift models 30 kph is recommended, due to the less stable construction of the roof. (codable in CTM)

Cornering lights 1/3
• active
• not active
Use front fog lights/high beams as cornering lights. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights 2/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights 3/3
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Cornering lights 1/3’. Also, this function often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – reverse gear
• active
• not active
Use cornering lights also when reversing. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness of ‘Cornering lights’. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 1
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 1. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 2
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 2. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 3
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 3. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering lights – key 4
• active
• not active
Cornering lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Cornering lights’ for key 4. Only works if ‘Cornering lights’ is also activated. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Daytime running lights 1/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 2/2’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights 2/2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights (DRL) is active/not active. The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. Please activate ‘Daytime running lights 1/2’ as well. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – Key 1
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – Key 2
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – Key 3
• active
• not active
Daytime running lights are active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Daytime running lights’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights customization
• not active
• dimmed turn signals
• dimmed high beams
Customization of the daytime running lights. Brightness can be set with ‘Daytime running lights brightness’. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights brightness
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness for dimmed daytime running lights. To use this function, also activate ‘Daytime running lights customization’. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – customization
• Off
• Low beams
• High beams
• Only additional lights (EU models)
• Only additional lights (US models)
Customization of the daytime running lights (DRL). The DRL is activated when the light switch is set to position ‘0’ in the car. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – high beams brightness
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness of high beams for daytime running lights. To activate the high beams for daytime running lights, set ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘High beams’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – eyebrows
• active
• not active
Use eyebrows as daytime running lights. (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – front turn signals
• active
• not active
Use front turn signals as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – turn signals brightness
• off
• low
• medium
• high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – front turn signals’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes
• active
• not active
Use angel eyes as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’ and ‘Daytime running lights – customization’ to ‘Only additional lights’. If you want to increase the brightness, please use ’Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness
• off
• very low
• low
• medium
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness (alternative)
• off
• very low
• low
• rather low
• rather high
• high
• very high
Brightness for ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes’. Use this function, if ‘Daytime running lights – angel eyes brightness’ does not show any effect. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – number plate lighting
• active
• not active
Use number plate lighting as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – tail lights
• active
• not active
Use tail lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – outer brake lights
• active
• not active
Use outer brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights – inner brake lights
• active
• not active
Use inner brake lights as daytime running lights. To activate this function, set ‘Daytime running lights’ to ‘active’. This coding is only available for cars with an LM2. This LM version started to be installed after ca. 06/2007 in the 6 series (E6x). (codable in LMA)

Daytime running lights
• standard
• permanently on
• permanently off
Set mode of daytime running lights. (codable in CIC)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Flash to pass with bi-xenon
• active
• not active
Bi-xenon lamps are used for flash to pass. (codable in LMA)

Front fog lights with flash to pass
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating flash to pass. (codable in LMA)

Turn signals in Head-Up Display
• active
• not active
Show turn signals and hazard lights in the head up display. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 1
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 1. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 2
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 2. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 3
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 3. (codable in HUD)

Head-Up Display brightness Key 4
• standard
• high
Increase the brightness of the Head-Up display. Separate setting for ‘Head-Up Display brightness’ for key 4. (codable in HUD)

Front fog lights with high beams
• active
• not active
Front fog lights are automatically turned off when activating high beams. (codable in LMA)

Audible confirmation menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking in iDrive. This coding only works when the DWA module is installed. (codable in CIC)

Address book menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for address book in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Notepad menu
• active
• not active
Show menu for notepad in iDrive. (codable in CIC)

Audible confirmation
• active
• not active
Enable menus for audible confirmation for locking/unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other locking confirmation settings in the iDrive. Only works if an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ is installed, because the sound is generated by the siren of the anti theft alarm system and not by the horn. If you are not sure, whether an ‘Anti Theft Alarm System’ or only the standard ‘Anti Theft Protection’ is installed, please perform a diagnostic session. You can then check if the module for the anti theft alarm system was found or not. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for unlocking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2
• active
• not active
Display option for audible confirmation for locking the vehicle in the iDrive. Please enable ‘Audible confirmation’ for this as well in this module and carefully read the description for it. (codable in CCC)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Audible confirmation – locking vehicle 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Cornering Light
• active
• not active
Display menu for activating cornering light in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. Also, cornering light often requires adaptive headlights to be installed. (codable in CCC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

GPS time correction
• active
• not active
Time of day is corrected by using GPS. (codable in KOMBI)

Blank information display in dashboard
• active
• not active
Blank information display in dashboard is shown when you switch the information displays with the BC button. (codable in KOMBI)

Permanent speedometer lighting
• active
• not active
Speedometer is always lit, even in the daytime. (codable in KOMBI)

Cruise Control speed display
• 0s
• 4s
• 6s
The set speed of the cruise control is shown for a couple of seconds in the on board computer. (codable in KOMBI)

Interior lights with remote
• active
• not active
Pressing the lock button on the remote, when the car is already locked, turns on the interior lights. (codable in CAS)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CIC)

Camera disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for rear view camera. (codable in CIC)

Night Vision disclaimer
• active
• active (6 seconds)
• not active
Show legal disclaimer for night vision view camera. (codable in CIC)

Legal disclaimer (US)
• active
• not active
Show legal disclaimer when iDrive is started. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Legal disclaimer (US) – display time
• 0s
• 10s
Display time for the legal disclaimer in the iDrive. Setting this function to ‘0s’ deactivates the legal disclaimer and sometimes even speeds up the starting time of the iDrive. This warning is usually only shown in US-models. (codable in CCC)

Comfort close using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the lock button on the remote to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close – door (comfort access)
• active
• not active
Use comfort closing features when locking with the door handle. This only works if comfort access is installed. Touch the locking area on the door handle for a longer time to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort close using keylocks
• active
• not active
Lock the car by key and hold the key in the lock position to close all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Lock tailgate when car locked
• active
• not active
Tailgate cannot be unlocked, when car is locked. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle duration
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes until doors are locked after car was unlocked but no windows or doors have been opened. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 1nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 2nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 3nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Automatically lock vehicle Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Automatically lock vehicle’ for key 4nIf no door or window has been opened two minutes after the car has been unlocked, the doors automatically lock. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle upon ignition
• active
• not active
Vehicle is locked, when ignition is turned on. (codable in CAS)

Threshold speed for vehicle locking
• 2 kph / 1 mph
• 6 kph / 4 mph
• 12 kph / 8 mph
• 18 kph / 11 mph
• 24 kph / 15 mph
• 30 kph / 19 mph
Sets the speed at which the vehicle automatically locks all doors.nTo activate this function you need to activate ‘Lock vehicle at x kph’ for the according keys. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 1 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 2
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 2 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 3
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 3 is used. (codable in CAS)

Lock vehicle at x kph Key 4
• active
• not active
Automatically lock the vehicle at the set threshold speed when key 4 is used. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation lock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for locking’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Audible confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Optical confirmation – locking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for locking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Mirror tilt 1/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in KGM)

Mirror tilt 2/2
• active
• not active
Requirement for mirror tilt functions. (codable in KGM)

Comfort folding for sideview mirrors
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nWhen holding the lock/unlock button on the remote the sideview mirrors automatically fold/unfold. May need additional coding of the ‘CAS’ module. (codable in KGM)

Tilt mirror in reverse
• active
• not active
This function requires an installed LIN-Bus (usually installed with mirror heating).nPassenger mirror is tilted when switching into reverse gear and the mirror switch is set to the driver side. To activate this function activate ‘Mirror tilt’ as well. (codable in KGM)

Maximum speed mirror fold
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
• 80 kph / 50 mph
Maximum speed at which folding the mirrors is possible. (codable in FTM)

Auto-Unfold mirrors
• 1 kph / 1 mph
• 10 kph / 6 mph
• 20 kph / 12 mph
• 40 kph / 25 mph
• 60 kph / 37 mph
Speed at which folded mirrors are automatically unfolded. (codable in FTM)

Comfort open using remote
• active
• not active
Press and hold the unlock button on the remote to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Comfort open using keylocks
• active
• not active
Unlock the car by key and hold the key in the unlock position to open all windows and the sunroof. (codable in CAS)

Deactivate comfort access
• active
• not active
In order to deactivate the comfort access, set this coding to ‘not active’. This coding cannot be used to activate a retrofitted comfort access. When the comfort access is deactivated, neither closing nor opening the car via the door handle will work. Turning the ignition and engine on/off without putting the key into the ignition (also known as ‘Keyless Go’) will also not work anymore. Therefore the car cannot be stolen anymore by tricking the comfort access. In order to activate comfort access again, please set this coding to ‘active’. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking
• active
• not active
Unlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 1nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 2nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 3nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Selective central locking’ for key 4nUnlocking the car once only unlocks the driver’s door. Unlocking it again unlocks the other doors, too. (codable in CAS)

Selective central locking – unlock fuel lid
• active
• not active
The fuel lid is also unlocked upon the first unlock, when ‘Selective central locking’ is active. (codable in CAS)

Unlock car when turned off
• active
• not active
Doors are automatically unlocked, when ignition key is ejected. Only works if ‘Lock vehicle at x kph Key 1-4’ is activated. (codable in CAS)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 1
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 1. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 2
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 2. (codable in LMA)

Optical confirmation unlock vehicle Key 3
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Separate setting for ‘Optical confirmation for unlocking’ for key 3. (codable in LMA)

Audible confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Audible confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

Optical confirmation – unlocking vehicle
• active
• not active
Optical confirmation for unlocking vehicle is active/not active. Only works if ‘Anti Theft System’ is set to ‘active’. (codable in DWA)

PDC view
• vertical (F-Models)
• horizontal (E-Models)
Direction of park distance control view. (codable in CIC)

Comfort standing light
• active
• not active
If the light switch is set at automatic or on, the parking lights remain on, until the vehicle is locked with the remote. (codable in LMA)

Power windows after ignition off
• active
• not active
Power windows are active for another minute after ignition is turned off. (codable in CAS)

Power windows after ignition off
• 1 min
• 2 min
• 5 min
• 10 min
• 15 min
Duration in minutes, for which power windows are active after turning off the ignition. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry
• active
• not active
If the car is unlocked by pressing the unlock button twice, the driver window will lower as soon as the door is opened. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 1
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 1nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 2
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 2nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 3
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 3nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Easy entry Key 4
• active
• not active
Separate setting for ‘Easy entry’ for key 4nPress the unlock button once to unlock all doors. Press it again to lower the driver side window. (codable in CAS)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the sensitivity of the rain light sensor in the iDrive. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other light settings in the iDrive. (codable in CCC)

Rain light sensor sensitivity 2/2
• active
• not active
Only change this function with ‘Rain light sensor sensitivity 1/2’. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater
• active
• not active
Display menu for changing the heat distribution of the seat heater. The menu can be found in the same menu as the other heater settings in the iDrive. Also, changing the heating distribution often only works on 5 series with sport seats. (codable in CCC)

Seat heater level in menu
• active
• not active
Show the current seat heater level for the front seats in the seat heater menu. (codable in CCC)

Show seat heater menu automatically
• active
• not active
Show seat heater menu for a few seconds when activating the seat heater. This function often only works in 5 series models. (codable in CCC)

Digital speedometer
• active
• not active
The current speed is shown in the digital display below the speedometer. (codable in KOMBI)

Digital speedometer correction
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Correction’ analog speedometer
• true speed
• ‘corrected’ speed
This coding does not work on US models. Per default the speed shown in the digital speedometer is ‘corrected’ by the car. This has the effect that the shown speed is a bit higher than the true speed of the car. (codable in KOMBI)

Unlock rear window
• active
• not active
Key unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 1
• active
• not active
Key 1 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 2
• active
• not active
Key 2 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 3
• active
• not active
Key 3 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window key 4
• active
• not active
Key 4 unlocks rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 1
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 2
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 3
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window via outside button Key 4
• active
• not active
Outside trunk lid button opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4. (codable in CAS)

Unlock rear window with footwell switch
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 1
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 1. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 2
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 2. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 3
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 3. (codable in CAS)

Open rear window via footwell switch Key 4
• active
• not active
Footwell switch opens rear window instead of trunk lid in touring models. Separate setting for key 4.