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      06-30-2020, 07:59 PM   #1
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I was able to code two injectors successfully, then my battery dropped a cell and I had to replace a battery. I've since updated the battery to the new specifications. Car runs, pro tool connects, I can clear codes but can't code injectors anymore. I keep getting the message, "please ensure car is off ignition is on". Any tips?

Also on protool next to the Info in the top right, next to the ECU is just a solid green box with no info. The Vin has the digits in there etc, but nothing for the ECU. I did reset adaptations, cleared codes, maybe I have to drive it for a certain period for the ecu to relearn so I can code injectors again?
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Are your doors closed? I had to close my door to reset my rear brake pads service. I had that same exact error message.
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Are your doors closed? I had to close my door to reset my rear brake pads service. I had that same exact error message.
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Are your doors closed? I had to close my door to reset my rear brake pads service. I had that same exact error message.
I've resolved this! Simple mistake. When coding, I mis wrote the letter "I" for 1. False alarm but thanks for the tip
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I've resolved this! Simple mistake. When coding, I mis wrote the letter "I" for 1. False alarm but thanks for the tip
Ah yeah, that letter can be misleading.
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