How to Code a New Footwell Module (FRM) on your BMW
When installing a new Footwell Module (FRM) you need to code it on your BMW in order to function properly. Failure to code the FRM properly may lead to inoperable exterior and interior lighting, side mirrors and front power windows.
A video guide created by BMW-E90-HQ shows the step-by-step process on how to code a new Footwell Module (FRM) on your BMW. Check it out on the video below:
The main function of the Footwell Module (FRM) is to serve as an electrical hub, wherein it receives various signals from front door contacts and driver’s side door lock, ride height sensors, hazard/reverse/brake light switches, and the driver’s door switch block. It functions as a gateway module, processing the signals and use them to control the adaptive headlights, central locking system, outside mirrors, power windows, and intertior and exterior lighting.
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When coding a new Footwell Module, you will need an adapter for coding, programming, or diagnosing your vehicle. Here are our recommended BMW cable adapters: