INA0S ZB# DATEN?

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General.Massacre

Specialist
May 14, 2018
56
Hi All.

I was given the latest INA0S ZB# 8635268 to load via WinKFP, however on the DATENS i have, i dont have that ZB Number under MSD81.
the ZB# i have skip from 861xxxx to 865xxxx.

Does anyone know which SP-DATEN version the ZB# 8635268 is in, and if so, will anyone have a link so i can acquire it please.

I am looking to update my IJE0S to INA0S.

Thnaks in advance.

J
 

carabuser

New Member
Oct 2, 2019
9
There's different ZB numbers depending on which options your car has, I wouldn't just blindly flash a ZB number another user has given. I use a tool called FindECU that searches the DATEN files and gives you the correct ZB number for flashing with WinKFP. It has a VIN number lookup (use full VIN not just the last 7 digits) that takes a lot of the hassle out of selecting option codes.

You can download the file here: https://mega.nz/#!2oRwVCLS!GqBfmP-f-B1SecbO6355651a8MVThsfoHG7eTp7One0

It needs to have that FA_Eng.txt coped with the exe file.
 

General.Massacre

Specialist
May 14, 2018
56
Thank you,
Got it working, i assume i compare the available options to what it states, and compare it to what i have on my car?

EDIT: the latest 335is ZSUB is # 8671658 which i do have
 

carabuser

New Member
Oct 2, 2019
9
If you use your full VIN it should auto select the options for you. It's pretty hard to work out what options to use without that tool. I think 335is cars would just require the +2TC option for the sports automatic DCT.
 

General.Massacre

Specialist
May 14, 2018
56
Ok cool. I cant do anything without putting in the ZB#. Its requires it as a mandatory field.
I have an 2009 E92 335i N54 DCT. So its the same as the 335is. Just slightly different ECU
 

carabuser

New Member
Oct 2, 2019
9
Ok cool. I cant do anything without putting in the ZB#. Its requires it as a mandatory field.
I have an 2009 E92 335i N54 DCT. So its the same as the 335is. Just slightly different ECU
The tool just requires a ZB number initially to work out which module you are querying and what hardware revision you have. If you put your current ZB in then it should pick up that you have MSD81 and work out what HW revision it is and suggest the latest ZB for that module.

You can open the .ipo file it suggests and look at that software revision it is. It should say something like "INA0SIHW7S". INA0S is the family and the rest is the specific calibration which should be slightly different since my car is a Z4.
 

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