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    I have managed to edit and re-write to an EWS2 module without any problems (edit VIN , lock keys and and re-write a whole bin file)

    I couldn't write a key to it because I only have 10030a EWS3 keys, not PCF7930/35 keys.

    Ill keep you updated with any progress.
     
     

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    I think it worked that the original BMW keys use the 10030 chip which is battery powered, but any replacement keys (ebay etc) use the self powered/non powered PCF chips.
     
     

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    is changing the EWS a big or expensive job?
     
     

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    If you let BMW do it, no doubt they would want to change the DME at the same time. That would cost thousands.

    If you have a faulty EWS, i can read the data from it and write it to a new EWS module, effectively making a clone.
    Then it would be a simple case of plug and play.

    Does anybody know if the ID44 transponder work with EWS3/3.3 modules?
     
     

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    Just an update.

    I have managed to successfully program 3 spare keys to my ews module.

    I will be offering a spare key service that includes the remote board, blank blade and transponder programmed to your ews. (If you don't fancy paying BMW 140 quid for the pleasure)

    I am based in London, but can also provide keys via post.

    Contact me for more details
     
     

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    we have been working together on this and can now do spare keys. we would need your ews or could come to one of us. im portsmouth, and jamine16 london. spare keys are the diamond bmw key with remote. first few do at discount but will expect feed back from you.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamine16 View Post
    If you let BMW do it, no doubt they would want to change the DME at the same time. That would cost thousands.

    If you have a faulty EWS, i can read the data from it and write it to a new EWS module, effectively making a clone.
    Then it would be a simple case of plug and play.

    Does anybody know if the ID44 transponder work with EWS3/3.3 modules?
    yes id44 do work, both me and jamie16 can comfirm this. but you will need to disable the 10030a chip or it will conflict.
     
     

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