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      04-29-2013, 11:51 AM   #1
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help programming SZL sensor with INPA

Are there any guides on how to program an SZL sensor? I have an 2006 330, and I recently cleaned the szl sensor and now my turn signals don't work, but the obc button works.

So I'm thinking to get a used szl sensor and code it to the car with INPA, but I couldn't find any DIY on programming SZL with INPA ?

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      04-29-2013, 01:31 PM   #2
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Are there any guides on how to program an SZL sensor? I have an 2006 330, and I recently cleaned the szl sensor and now my turn signals don't work, but the obc button works.

So I'm thinking to get a used szl sensor and code it to the car with INPA, but I couldn't find any DIY on programming SZL with INPA ?

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Maybe it will be enough if you recode it using NCS exper.

Could explain how you cleaned this sensor? Do you have some errors in INPA?
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Anyone have any info on this? I need to code in a new turn signal switch.
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      05-28-2014, 04:48 AM   #4
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Just recode your DSC module.
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Just recode your DSC module.
Then he'll have to Re-initialize the DSC thru INPA or the ABS, Traction control, and yellow Brake lights will never go off. Ask me how I know. SZL is steering angle sensor right? If he had it apart to clean it, then he just needs to reset it thru INPA or another qualified scan tool.
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      05-28-2014, 06:08 AM   #6
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True, but it can't be re-init by INPA, anyway I was trying many times do this using INPA and I just couldn't. You can use Tool32 or DIS to initialize sensor, it is very simple.
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Really? I thought I was just an idiot. I've tried resetting my SZL with INPA on multiple installations, and always just get a dialog box saying something along the lines of "must use steering wheel balancer" good to know. I also didn't know you COULD reset it with Tool32, gonna look into that. Thanks for the info. Can Tool32 also realign EWS with DME?
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      05-28-2014, 07:09 AM   #8
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Not sure about DME, but Tool32 is really powerful tool

To re-init angle sensor you need to open DSC.prg and execute lenkwinkel_dsc_abgleichen, that's it. Steering wheel must be in straight position.
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