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      10-30-2013, 03:45 PM   #1
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Code out TPMS

I have a 2007 E92 coupe with no TPM's and want to know if the error code can be coded out ?
It's driving me nuts !!

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- Remove tpms fuse first
- Remove 2VB from VO
- Code CAS with VO (FA_write)
- Recode DSC, CAPPL or if you have CIC, and Kombi for the new VO
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You don't have to recode the dsc or cappl only kombi. Even if you have navi.
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- Remove tpms fuse first
- Remove 2VB from VO
- Code CAS with VO (FA_write)
- Recode DSC, CAPPL or if you have CIC, and Kombi for the new VO
is this the same for lci e90? cause ive done the code, havent pulled the fuse yet... but i was reading some thread sayin that I have to unlplug something in the trunk?

EDIT: i pulled the fuse and it disabled my idrive controller? where is the module located in an lci e90, i guess ill try unplugging that
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- Remove tpms fuse first
- Remove 2VB from VO
- Code CAS with VO (FA_write)
- Recode DSC, CAPPL or if you have CIC, and Kombi for the new VO
Care to elaborate? What lines are being changed in DSC/CAAPL/Kombi?
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Care to elaborate? What lines are being changed in DSC/CAAPL/Kombi?
Nothing, he was just stating that since the VO was modified, you need to code the those modules to reflect the VO being removed.
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