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      03-25-2011, 11:45 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by tracerit View Post
what does VO stand for? tried searching but it was too short a term:/

would i be able to get into the coding program and play with it wihtout hooking it up to the OBD2 port? i have quite a bit of downtime at work and it would be nice to check things out before actually doing anything.
VO stands for Vehicle Order, it's also known as an FA (FahrzeugAuftrag which is vehicle order in German). It's a listing of all the option codes associated with your car. It tells the coding/programming software (whichever tool you happen to use) what options and modules are in your car so it can properly set the correct values in the vehicle's software.

There isn't a way to get into coding options without connecting a laptop to your car and using the right software.
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