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      01-06-2017, 12:47 PM   #1
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e90 seat mat sensor after replacment

I have used the search engine but realy didn't find much other than disabling it. is there a way to code the MRS for the pass seat mat sensor after replacement using NCS? I have ISTA-P also but want to avoid updating every control unit in the process on a early e90. thanks.
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Oh you replaced it and still getting an error message?
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Oh you replaced it and still getting an error message?
yeah after replacement, the MRS needs to be coded. there is no way to delete it unless the MRS is coded.
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yeah after replacement, the MRS needs to be coded. there is no way to delete it unless the MRS is coded.
Oh that's good to know. I got airbag error and thinking of replacing the mat sensor and I thought once it's been replaced, no coding needed.

Thanks for the info
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Oh that's good to know. I got airbag error and thinking of replacing the mat sensor and I thought once it's been replaced, no coding needed.

Thanks for the info
e90's and I believe e83's require coding after replacement. not sure why but you cant clear the warning/fault without doing so. wondering if its possible to code it to eliminate the fault. I really don't want to program the whole vehicle.
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Use expert mode in ISTA /P and just select the MRS module
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Use expert mode in ISTA /P and just select the MRS module
how do you access expert mode?
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Yeah im having the same trouble, my foxwell Nt510 cant clear the code either :
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if you replace the mat sensor you don' t need to code the car to eliminate de warning.maybe you replaced the mat sensor with another one dead.
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