BMW F10 Remove TPMS Warning with E-sys Enet Cable

I have used BMW ENET cable E-sys F-series software to successfully remove all warnings about TPMS from my NAV – HU_CIC / RDC = nicht_aktiv

And now I’m trying to display how to remove the yellow warning light in the instrument cluster. (Thanks to shawnsheridan!)


First search KOMBI for RDC setting, and if that did not work, remove 2VB from VO and VO Code KOMBI, HU_CIC, and RDC

Kommentar=RDC Ueberwachung (Comment=RDC monitoring)

KOMBI / ST_TYR_TIMEOUT = nicht_aktiv
KOMBI /ST_TYR_ALIVE = nicht_aktiv
if it doesn’t fix. Try to remove 2VB from vo
Hmmm…that surprises me that those two did not kill it.

Try this one too:
KL_PREDRIVE_F10_RPA = nicht_aktiv

If unsuccessful, kill 2VB in your VO, and VO Code HU_CIC and KOMBI. RDC has no coding data, so there is nothing to VO Code there.


If no luck, load the xml file with the 2VB option removed and VO code those 2 again.

That is why removed it. Now when you VO Code the ECU’s, it won’t enable 2VB like your regular FA that is stored in your car will (assuming you did not go so far as to write the modified FA to the car, and the FA in the car is original).


Success! Did everything mentioned above but this time I removed fuse. No more tpms warnings, alerts in nav or instrument panel.

However, while coding the kombi it came up with a CEL out of the blue. It has been 3 days and its still there. I don’t drive the car that much so I’m hoping it goes away on its own.


Then i tried this.

Assuming the fault condition no longer exists, to clear the fault code.

1) Launch C:\EDIABAS\Bin\TOOL32.EXE
2) Hit F3
3) Load C:\EDIABAS\Ecu\F01.PRG
4) In the “Select Job: F01” window, select FS_LOESCHEN_FUNKTIONAL
5) Hit F5
6) “Results” window should show “JOB_STATUS = OKAY”

Problem Solved.
CEL is gone. To recap for people wanting to disable TPMS

Pull the fuse in the trunk for TPMS.
Remove 2VB option in VO
HU_CIC / RDC = nicht_aktiv (this removes TPMS options from NAV)
KOMBI / ST_TYR_TIMEOUT = nicht_aktiv
KOMBI /ST_TYR_ALIVE = nicht_aktiv


(BIG THANKS to shawnsheridan!)


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