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      05-30-2013, 01:09 PM   #89
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Lambda / AFR reset on the command ctr. What do those mean in English? I tried searching but couldn't find details.
Lambada/afr is resetting the 02 values. Your lambada sensor is your 02 sensor.
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      04-30-2014, 08:54 PM   #90
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ill bring this thread back to life

Suggestions for visnu,i love my PROcede and it would be even better if a performance meter be added in the next firmware im sure it cant be that hard to add features like 1/4mile time and trap 0-60 and 60-130 etc times like cobb.

and autotuning maps for e85/premium blends would be great.
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      04-30-2014, 09:09 PM   #91
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ill bring this thread back to life

Suggestions for visnu,i love my PROcede and it would be even better if a performance meter be added in the next firmware im sure it cant be that hard to add features like 1/4mile time and trap 0-60 and 60-130 etc times like cobb.

and autotuning maps for e85/premium blends would be great.
LOL, that's SOOO 2013. Dude, Procede's dead / not supported anymore.

When was the last post by Shiv on the Procede?
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      04-30-2014, 09:22 PM   #92
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LOL, that's SOOO 2013. Dude, Procede's dead / not supported anymore.

When was the last post by Shiv on the Procede?
lol no idea? but the customer service support has helped me this week and my car is running strong,i paid 350$ so cant complain

maybe ill try it out the other options.
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I am seeking help with used 2007 bmw 335xi i purchased with a vishnu procede v5 tuner. I have some basic questions and can really use some help.

The built in code hider is screwing me right now because i know i have codes but i cant read them.

I have no CEL or SES light when driving but when i put the car in accessory mode and press the gas pedal down then a half engine light comes on in my Idrive.

I was considering buying a OBD2 code reader or hooking my labtop up but i am not sure if this will read the codes since they are hidden.

If anyone is a experienced procede user and can spend some time with me i would be forever grateful.

This is my first post in about a year so i am still unable to receive PMs for another hour, i also cant start my own thread. That is why i am posting here.

About a year ago i posted a thread titled. SHOCKING TUNE DISCOVERY, HELP!
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Your car is fine. What you're seeing is part of Procede's code clearing process. Pump the gas 2x and the half engine light comes on and the ecu faults are cleared. Take some time to read the manual. Harmful engine codes are still displayed with the Procede. The only codes that it masks are the emission codes and that too can be disabled for emission reading purposes.
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I am seeking help with used 2007 bmw 335xi i purchased with a vishnu procede v5 tuner. I have some basic questions and can really use some help.

The built in code hider is screwing me right now because i know i have codes but i cant read them.

I have no CEL or SES light when driving but when i put the car in accessory mode and press the gas pedal down then a half engine light comes on in my Idrive.

I was considering buying a OBD2 code reader or hooking my labtop up but i am not sure if this will read the codes since they are hidden.

If anyone is a experienced procede user and can spend some time with me i would be forever grateful.

This is my first post in about a year so i am still unable to receive PMs for another hour, i also cant start my own thread. That is why i am posting here.

About a year ago i posted a thread titled. SHOCKING TUNE DISCOVERY, HELP!
Get rid of the Procede asap. There is a reason that this threads last posts before you were over a year ago.
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Your car is fine. What you're seeing is part of Procede's code clearing process. Pump the gas 2x and the half engine light comes on and the ecu faults are cleared. Take some time to read the manual. Harmful engine codes are still displayed with the Procede. The only codes that it masks are the emission codes and that too can be disabled for emission reading purposes.
Wow, thank you for the response. But i feel it is incorrect to some extend because when i the half light comes up i am able to pull up the CC-ID-29 displayed on my dash. Is this normal with the procede?

I also read that clearing the codes requires a few quick pushes of the gas pedal. Doing that does not clear my codes.

I really need to know if this is a "normal process" of reading the codes with the procede? i know pressing the pedal down in accessory mode is normal . But i dont know if the CC-ID-29 code is??

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Get rid of the Procede asap. There is a reason that this threads last posts before you were over a year ago.
Believe me , i have considered it. But to tell you the truth. I think the procede is the only thing keeping me from going crazy with this car. I probably have a trillon codes that i dont know about, or have to worry about thanks to the procede. Not to mention, its hella fast sometimes. I hardly ever use it because i feel like its going to rip the trans apart because it shifts so hard.
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