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      07-17-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Can't find DWAI module after adding $302 to FA

I installed the factory alarm and need to code for the alarm to work. I have added $302 to FA using this guide but I still can't see the DWAI module when trying to code. The only thing I can think of is in the guide at the end it says



I don't get the " Change ECU " button after coding is complete. Am I missing something? Thanks in advance.
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Nevermind I figured it out.
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Also for the retrofit you should be using +K302 not $302.
One represents a retrofit, and one shows it was a factory option.
Keep them the way a shop would do it for servicing reasons.
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Also for the retrofit you should be using +K302 not $302.
One represents a retrofit, and one shows it was a factory option.
Keep them the way a shop would do it for servicing reasons.
Yes adding +k302 to FA was the way I did it eventually. Only weird thing is that after writing to FA I never get the " change ecu " button. I did it by just hitting F6 to go back and then choose nfrm module to write to after CAS module
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That's normal.
Enjoy the alarm
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That's normal.
Enjoy the alarm
Thanks Grant!
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