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    hi all just managed to install inpa on my laptop and have reset my air bag light ,i now want to activate the lights to flash when i unlock my car but i dont no how to, could any body give me some help thanks
     
     

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    That is in NCS expert.
    There are some PDFs and guides about, so start doing the reading up before you plug into anything.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnd View Post
    That is in NCS expert.
    There are some PDFs and guides about, so start doing the reading up before you plug into anything.
    +1 the end! Defo be bloody carefully before the use of NCS Expert it's ALL in German and blows your mind when you first look at it, if you're not 100% confident DON'T do it.
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    any way of getting it in english?
     
     

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    Nope, although there is a program called NCS dummy that can translate some of the info.
     
     

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    thanks ill give it ago
     
     

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    maybe ill leave it lol thought it would be easy like opcom is for vauxhall , i guess not
     
     

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    Read that, and infact, see about reading as much as you can.
    There have been plenty of disasters and goosed ECUs when people just go playing with stuff for fun, like getting too wrapped up in updating modules and ECUs.

    I have most of the files, including the SP daten (programming files) at V 45, which I think is mid 2011, but again, I'd only use them as a last ditch attempt at a repair.
    eg. If you were certain you needed a module repaired or reprogrammed, I'd make an attempt to sort it, knowing that plan B/ main dealers is there as a backup.
    Maybe it'll fix everything, maybe it'll still need the dealers.

    When you are using "backdoor" software, you always need to be aware that it might not work as planned.
    The coding is less risky by a long shot, but people have took guesses at things, not followed the rules and caused problems, so keep reading until you know the drill off by heart, then you are ready to go.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by linlo1986 View Post
    hi all just managed to install inpa on my laptop and have reset my air bag light ,i now want to activate the lights to flash when i unlock my car but i dont no how to, could any body give me some help thanks
    You need to use NCS and do the following:

    File ► Load Profile ► FSW-PSW ► OK ► F2 Chassis ► E46 ► OK ► F6 Back ► F1 VIN/ZCS/FA ► F3 ZCS/FA f. ECU ► F6 Back ► F4 Process ECU ► GM5 ► OK ► Read ECU ► Open the PSW_FSW.TRC file in C:\NCS\WORK, using Notepad. ► Search for: quit_opt_entsch and quit_opt_schaerf - change both to aktiv ► Save the file in C:\NCS\WORK as PSW_FSW.MAN ► F5 Basic Functions ► coapiReadSgGetFswPsw ► F2 Change Job ► SG_CODIEREN ► F3 Execute Job
     
     

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