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      08-16-2017, 09:27 PM   #1
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Amplifier swap - Coding needed?

My cars amp is on its way out, and luckily I have found local replacement. Way better than ECS's price tag online.. jeezuz. My question is would I need to code this amp in? Or just a straight swap? I'm not too sure. Any insight would be appreciated.

My vehicle is a '11 335xi with Individual Audio. Donor vehicle is a '10 335xi with Individual Audio.
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it will work without coding but to correct configuration of the rear speakes it is better to code it
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