E46 CHANGING DEFAULT SETTINGS

There are several settings on my car 2001 330 that I would like to change. For example, I must always turn on the fog lights by hand and do so every
time the lights have been turned off (and then on again). Is there a way to change this "default" setting so that the fogs would be on whenever I turn on the headlights and not the other way around? TIA
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Unfortunately, those are dealer-only settings. They use a RFID reader/writer that is proprietary. You might try some of the independents, as the $tealers like to charge for reprogramming.
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Thanks! Do you know of a source where I could see this issue (and others as well) regarding the changing of default settings.
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what other"features" are there like that, I just got a 330xi and would love to know all the tricks, I don't mind paying the dealer for it if it is something i really want, I just don't know what is available! THANKS
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Check out this link http://www.e38.org/B090398_Att2_CKMSet.PDF . It shows all of the car and key memory setting that can be programmed for the E38, E39, E46, E52 and E53.
This link http://www.e38.org/B090398_Att1_CKMFrm.PDF is the Customer Selection Form that the BMW dealer uses to find out how you want the car set up.
Kyle. 98 740iL 97 M3
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My experience has been that many, if not most, fog lights are blinding (or at least extremely annoying) to oncoming traffic in usual (i.e. non-foggy) weather conditions. Is there a reason you want yours to always be on?
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In addition to the fact that it's generally ILLEGAL to have fog lights on in conditions that don't require them. IE, broad daylight, or nighttime with no rain/snow/fog.
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