How to Use CGDI BMW Perform KOMBI Coding for BMW Mini R60

In this test report,i will show you how to use CGDI BMW programmer to do KOMBI coding for BMW MINI R60.



Car: BMW Mini Cooper

Year: 2016

Chassis: E series R60

Immobiliser: CAS3+ N16


Device: CGDI prog BMW MSV80 key programmer



Test 1: CGDI BMW code KOMBI module

Firstly, connect the CGDI BMW device to the vehicle via the OBD wire harness

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Start the car with the ACC button

Run CGDI BMW software

Select “BMW E Series Coding”


A message comes with “Current function is trial function”

Click “OK”


“Current vehicle FA information is inconsistent. Do you want to code with CAS Fa?”

Click “Yes” to next step


Read data successfully

Pay attention to the prompt “The vehicle available communication module has been marked black. Please select the appropriate module to set the code”

Click “OK”


All modules of the car have been read successfully


Please kindly notice:

When the meter mileage is adjusted, other languages or red dots will displayed, so we need to code KOMBI to return to normal

Select “KOMBI” -> “Coding”

Click “Yes” to backup data


When setting the code, the meter and the central control will restart automatically


Backup code successfully

Result: CGDI BMW key programmer code KOMBI module succeed



Test 2: CGDI BMW code CAS module- success!


Test 3: CGDI prog BMW code FRM module- success!


That’s all. Hope it helps you!