What Footwell Module (FRM) is in my 2008 535xi Touring - LCI - 5Series.net - Forums

E61 Touring Discussion The touring is also known as the wagon version of the 5 series.

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Old 07-13-2018, 04:47 PM   #1  
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Default What Footwell Module (FRM) is in my 2008 535xi Touring - LCI

I just bought a Carly adapter and I want to start coding some things but I want to make sure I don't brick my FRM. I read on the Carly website that FRM1 is fine and won't brick but FRM2 and 3 are at risk of bricking. What's the word on the street on this? Which module is in the e61?

Take a look at this link for details on Carly and the effects on the FRM. LINK

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