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      01-11-2019, 12:16 PM   #1
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Tool32 advice?

Hi , need some advice, i'm using Tool32 to reset the elv counters, i go through the procedure, double click on the relevant modules, and i'm supposed to see "job done" but i dont, also am i "copying" it back to the car or is there another step to do this, Advice gratefully rec'd or someone in Cambs/Herts UK to talk to...

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no it resets the counter in the module that is in the car .

Tool 32 just runs the job without any filters.

There should be away to read the actual counter value with
it to. Look for something like elv counter lessen.

https://www.northamericanmotoring.co...d-warning.html

Should say job done.

Also do you have Inpa or Ista working?

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Hi , need some advice, i'm using Tool32 to reset the elv counters, i go through the procedure, double click on the relevant modules, and i'm supposed to see "job done" but i dont, also am i "copying" it back to the car or is there another step to do this, Advice gratefully rec'd or someone in Cambs/Herts UK to talk to...

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I'm local to you. Give me a PM if you get stuck. the link that ctuna posted above should do the job though
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Hi , need some advice, i'm using Tool32 to reset the elv counters, i go through the procedure, double click on the relevant modules, and i'm supposed to see "job done" but i dont, also am i "copying" it back to the car or is there another step to do this, Advice gratefully rec'd or someone in Cambs/Herts UK to talk to...

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https://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sh.../topics/866044
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Huh? This has nothing to do with resetting the ELV counter.
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Huh? This has nothing to do with resetting the ELV counter.
Whoops, I thought he was doing the Short Circuit Counter on the FRM.
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