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    I have replaced the airbag ecu with a used one in my e36 316i compact -97
    I only have drivers airbag and the ecu came from a driver+passenger airbag car.
    Tried clicking on the on black dots but nothing happens.
    This is my first time using inpa, so cant you recode it with inpa ? Or how do you do it ?


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    You can't recode it with INPA, but you may be able to with NCS Expert which is usually in the package
     
     

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    Update, I managed to recode it with ncsexpert and a kkl interface, now all works fine !
     
     

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