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Old 09-01-2017, 02:27 PM   #1
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Default Deleted Air suspension. Now need coding to remove error.

So.... after several days of searching for the solution I decided to start this thread. "Search" button on various BMW (english and russian) forums, Google, Yandex - was no help. There are bunch of threads regarding this subject in E70 forums. But no real solution in E61 community.

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I deleted air suspension on our 2009 BMW 535xit (VIN: CX02693) - installed ISC Coilovers. Now need to find solution how to get rid of "Level control system malfunction!"





If somebody has solution to this, please share.

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This is the closest to your car I've found. I would call customer service to see if they have an application for you.

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This is the closest to your car I've found. I would call customer service to see if they have an application for you.

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Thank you! Will call them Tuesday. Everyone have safe long weekend!
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Thank you! Will call them Tuesday. Everyone have safe long weekend!
Do report your findings from KW, if you would
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Interested in this as well since I don't plan on keeping the air suspension.
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Going to get ISC Coilovers for my e61 also. Please let us know if you have any update.
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One of my friends has a bunch of BMW programs (INPA etc) in his laptop, he tried to see if it's possible to delete Air Suspension as the vehicle option.

As I understood from his explanations, E61s (looks like all of them for North America market) had this feature, not as an option, but as chassis requirement.









I contacted local BMW/MINI coder, who does coding as a business, his answer was "I cannot help you"

As of November 2017 still no solution
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One of my friends has a bunch of BMW programs (INPA etc) in his laptop, he tried to see if it's possible to delete Air Suspension as the vehicle option.

As I understood from his explanations, E61s (looks like all of them for North America market) had this feature, not as an option, but as chassis requirement.

I contacted local BMW/MINI coder, who does coding as a business, his answer was "I cannot help you"

As of November 2017 still no solution
I believe the UK E61s all had the air suspension from factory, as well...

Might be something that just needs to be tolerated.
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