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      01-03-2017, 06:16 PM   #1
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Lost a comfort accwas feature..I think

I edited some coding today via NFRM and made my mirrors able to fold after holding the lock button more than 2.5 seconds. Then I noticed that kl15 can't get shut off when locking it but KLr will. Is this normal or did I lose some coding?
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what exactly did you code?
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Folding mirrors when locking via Nfrm
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no, i mean whats steps, in details
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no, i mean whats steps, in details
Load inpa to verify connection, close, open ncs. F1. Then f3. Select cas. Read ecu. Back button, f4. Select nfrm. Read again. Copied TRC file and moved to other location. Open TRC file from the work folder in notepad. Edited with active from active. Save to MAN file. Change the job to coden:sg or something named like that and then execute.wait until finished. Cycle key and checked. Mirrors fold in fine. I just noticed since I have CA. I turned on KL15, shut the door and locked it. The ignition remained on. Tried it once more but with KL_r activated(radio and clock on cluster only). SHut door and locked it. KL_R shut off and vehicle beeped to confirm.My confusion is about the the vehicle shutting off KL15 then locking with confirmation, which mine did not. Only KL_R did. I can't remember if this is normal operation. BTW.. this was my first attempt at coding.
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it might stayed awake because it detected key inside
try with key outside of coverage zone,

also, if you think it could be coding, you can always code back your original TRC file
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Load inpa to verify connection, close, open ncs. F1. Then f3. Select cas. Read ecu. Back button, f4. Select nfrm. Read again. Copied TRC file and moved to other location. Open TRC file from the work folder in notepad. Edited with active from active. Save to MAN file. Change the job to coden:sg or something named like that and then execute.wait until finished. Cycle key and checked. Mirrors fold in fine. I just noticed since I have CA. I turned on KL15, shut the door and locked it. The ignition remained on. Tried it once more but with KL_r activated(radio and clock on cluster only). SHut door and locked it. KL_R shut off and vehicle beeped to confirm.My confusion is about the the vehicle shutting off KL15 then locking with confirmation, which mine did not. Only KL_R did. I can't remember if this is normal operation. BTW.. this was my first attempt at coding.
You didn't perform correct steps with NCSexpert
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