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Old 07-30-2014, 05:19 PM
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Default 123d stop start enabled after a remap

Hey guys, interested in your thoughts.

I wrote a file to a 2008 123d manual and it all went seemingly well.

However, it turns out the car now has auto stop start. The owner never had this before and doesn't want it now.

My file provider is of good pedigree and makes a calibration with original for me rewrite.

I suppose, when i rewrite file I wipe stored codes which could have been preventing ass to function originally?

I've described the ass button and he doesn't seem to have one?
He recognises it appearing on instrument panel when engine stops certainly.

So guys, just wondered if you maybe have an idea what has happened here. I'm keen to find a solution for the guy, especially as he's really decent and I'd like him to use me again.

Is there any coders around Glasgow and how much would it cost to remove the ass.

Appreciate your time

Steve


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