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Mman004 12-26-2012 11:40 PM

Park Distance Control Compatability
I was wondering is it possible to program the pdc from a e90 into the e46? I would like to get the dynavin d99+, however the regular e46 don't have the sensors for the front. The e90 has front sensors, so I would like to know what the set up would be like and is it possible????:thanks:

Mman004 02-18-2013 02:13 PM

Well I found the answer to my question. The PDC for the e90 is NOT compatible with the e46. However, I think I have found a way to retrofit an OEM PDC to the e46 so that I can get front and rear sensors. I am currently trying to secure all the parts needed. When I get this figured out I will be completing a DIY with pictures. So stay tuned!!!!:idea:

lfhdez 05-08-2013 11:53 AM

Old thread, I know. But let us know when you do make that DIY! I, for one, am very interested.

Mman004 05-12-2013 01:24 AM

Almost done securing the parts, I just need to get the sensors. I will keep everyone posted.

certify 05-13-2013 06:11 PM

Park Distance Control Compatability
Can you post the parts needed for rear PDC retrofit too? Thanks.. :)

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Mman004 06-22-2013 12:00 AM

Ok everyone I got the rear oem pdc to work for the e46. I even got the pdc on/off switch. :thumbsup: and I'm pretty sure the front will work as well (I still have to make the harness). I will post this in the DIY section when I'm done as I am in the middle of doing the write-up....Its looking good!!!

Mman004 06-22-2013 12:02 AM


Originally Posted by certify (Post 15420594)
Can you post the parts needed for rear PDC retrofit too? Thanks.. :)

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The rear PDC retrofit just requires:
PDC module
Rear bumper wire harness
Power Supply harness (has to be constructed)
4 sensors

Mman004 08-25-2013 07:00 AM

for those interested I have started the DIY on another thread located here

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