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      05-26-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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How do I properly remove JB4?

Hey guys, i have seen some threads how some people have removed their JB4 before going in to the dealer for service. And the dealer found some codes and flaged/voided the warrenty on those cars.

So the reason why I am making this thread is because there is no thread/guide to how your properly supposed to remove the JB4.

Do you plug in the USB, clear and delete the codes? Then lock the doors and remove it?

I just need to get a simple oil change. But I still want to remove it. Rather be safe than sorry.
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Im also curious in this.

I always thought you just put it on map0, clear all the codes using JB4 and then remove it?

But not 100% sure
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What does that even mean? "I'm guessing your going to respond Noob to this question."
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      05-26-2012, 04:26 PM   #5
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he means you accidentally posted this in the NA (non-turbo) section. Most people who visit this forum don't have a 335i.

You might get better response posting in the N54 or N55 turbo forums.

good luck!
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he means you accidentally posted this in the NA (non-turbo) section. Most people who visit this forum don't have a 335i.

You might get better response posting in the N54 or N55 turbo forums.

good luck!
Aww crap. I didn't even realize I did that. Thanx
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