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Old 09-19-2013, 06:04 AM
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Default [E46] Safe to code with ignition position 1 (ACC)?

Wasn't 100% sure about this, but is it safe to code my E46 2000 323Ci (round pacman connector) with key ignition in position 1 (ACC)? I notice while in position 1, I can read modules successfully. I ask this because when I code the LSZ module with key in ignition position 2, the low beam xenons flash 5-6 times during coding. I know repeatedly turning on and off HID lights is bad for them. I accidentally coded the LSZ successfully when the key was in position 1 (ACC). I noticed this because my xenon HIDs didn't flash repeatedly.


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