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      01-12-2011, 08:57 PM   #1
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west la free coding for...

So i have a service engine soon light and a procede v4 waiting to install. However i have my car due for a oil and brake fluid change this weekend. I really want to avoid having to install my proceed before the service just to read the codes. If someone in west LA can read my codes for me with a BT tool i will return the favor for coding their cars with any of the options below

side marker delete (both led and turn signal bulb)
various bulb check disable ( all front and rears bulbs )
auto key eject
remote window/mirror folding
seat belt gong
door gong
fog light when high beam on
digital speedo
digital mpg
auto door unlock when removal of key
starting with out brake depress
auto close sunroof with rain sensor
navi disclaimer disable
alarm activation
and a few others.

if you can please email me asap as i'd like to get this done before friday. thanks

jonlerd@gmail.com
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Jon, hit up EAS. They were doing free code clearing a while back: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=444886

Edit: Just checked their website, they're still doing it!
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how can there be so many people who can code nowadays?
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how can there be so many people who can code nowadays?
There is a guide. All you need is a $120 cable and common sense ability to follow directions. Anybody who can use a forum can do it. All the hard work has been done for us.


To the vendors who followed the guide and then charge their customers $100 or whatever to code: shame on them...profiting off the community like this.

Reasonable labor ok...but this is just wrong.

Once I get my cable I hope to change this.

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There is a guide. All you need is a $120 cable and common sense ability to follow directions. Anybody who can use a forum can do it. All the hard work has been done for us.


To the vendors who followed the guide and then charge their customers $100 or whatever to code: shame on them...profiting off the community like this.

Reasonable labor ok...but this is just wrong.

Once I get my cable I hope to change this ridiculous overcharging.
couldnt agree with you more brother.... i would pretty much code for anyone if my time wasnt so limited. But if someone can help me then i def would find a way to return the favor. Once you learn to code its doesn't take more than 15-30 mins....


@ Charles...i should be attempting to code my friends car this weekend. His car is a 1/2007 build which is a K-Can car. If the cable modification works then i should be able to code your car soon after. Sorry for the delay!

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Jon, hit up EAS. They were doing free code clearing a while back: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=444886

Edit: Just checked their website, they're still doing it!
thanks again i got this issue resolve now !
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