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      11-21-2012, 01:27 AM   #1
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Need detailed guidance on two functions

I want to know how to code two things:
Get rid of the O2 sensor/warning
Get rid of the [famous] seat belt&airbag warning light (caused by the recalled broken module under the passenger seat)

Right now, i'm using NCSexpert with BMW coding tool and it seems to be pretty simple to use.... just need to know which functions to change. If i need a different program, i'd appreciate that you send me a link to download it and a pretty thorough guide on how to use it (or someone can walk me through it?)

Also, i seen in my guide that i can make the angel eye brighter by changing the value in PWM_SL_1_FKT_SL_TFL to "wert_09" , but will that increase to too much voltage? i don't want to slam 15V+ into my AE's... maybe just 13 or something... or would it be safer just to leave it alone?

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      11-21-2012, 08:45 AM   #2
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To increase AE voltage to a specific voltage you need to do Nettodat coding using NCS dummies. Change the custom value to OC,2C and then code it in. This value seems to be rather on the safe side of 13.7 volts. Changing it to wert_09 I am not sure the voltage of that setting

As for your other question about seat occupancy refer to this thread

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