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georgekale



Member Since: 16 Jul 2015
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United States 2011 Range Rover Supercharged 5.0 SC V8 Baltic Blue
Blind spot mirror upgrade nightmare!

Blind spot nightmare!
There certain options you wish had on your ride. 1. I miss >adaptive cruise control and blind spot mirrors.
Two close calls not noticing someone in your blind spot.
Well I step up and acquired mirrors with camera and blind spot.
I figured this was a pretty much plug and play on the mirrors. Was I wrong.
I got lucky rear blind spot modules where factory installed.
I spent a lot of time trying to get the right mirror module recognized with no luck \.
Left side will work if you cycle the on/off.
Right side will only be recognized downloading software.
I need to change cff files, but where?
It seems when I try to upload it will not recognize right spot module.
I need help.
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Post #524717 13th Aug 2019 11:10pm
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GraemeS



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I'll have a look later at what my IIDTool shows for my MY12 that was built with blind spot monitor.

Post #524730 14th Aug 2019 3:56am
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GraemeS



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I can only find 2 references in the IIDTool's full CCF display, both having the description "Side object detection" with the 1st having the options of undefined, not fitted or fitted and the 2nd having only the options of fitted or not fitted.

I noticed that my power-fold mirrors have the description fitted with logic.

Post #524746 14th Aug 2019 9:30am
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georgekale



Member Since: 16 Jul 2015
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Blind spot mirror upgrade nightmare!

I need to find a way to change the original CFF? I got the Globe closing to work. Instrument panel reads side object fault.
I can get the blind spot to work on the left side by cycling the ignition, then it will work. What I mean when I first start the car ,left blind will not go on, when I shut it off and turn it on the left side will work. It also turns off the blind spot fault on the IP.

I seen that tick logic mirrors?
There's something I'm missing Big Cry

Post #524787 14th Aug 2019 3:01pm
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GraemeS



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The cause could be a wiring fault (eg improperly fitted connector) or a fault with the mirror itself or software needs updating, probably the BCM and possibly also the door module.

Post #524856 14th Aug 2019 9:57pm
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georgekale



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No its CCF fault. I have to program the BCM to turn on the right blind spot module.
I'm missing a code or option to trigger turn on.

Post #524878 15th Aug 2019 12:36am
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GraemeS



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I wondered if the 2 entries listed by my IIDTool were for left and right and if so then the descriptions could do with the extra left/right notation. Perhaps driver and passenger sides?

Post #524879 15th Aug 2019 12:39am
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georgekale



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Still working on it. Can anyone steer me in the right direction to fix this problem.
Someone out there knows how to solve my problem.

Post #525271 18th Aug 2019 4:59pm
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