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Hey guys, I just had a quick question regarding coding someone else's car. I have successfully been able to code my e92 many times, but if I want to code another car, do I need to clear files or codes beforehand? I know I do not need to make another NCS Profile ect. but I feel like I need to go into my TRC folder and revert all my codes to stock before I go and code another car? But if I did that wouldn't I lose all my coding I have done on my car next time I plug it in?If someone can please help me with this it would be appreciated!


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Hey guys, I just had a quick question regarding coding someone else's car. I have successfully been able to code my e92 many times, but if I want to code another car, do I need to clear files or codes beforehand? I know I do not need to make another NCS Profile ect. but I feel like I need to go into my TRC folder and revert all my codes to stock before I go and code another car? But if I did that wouldn't I lose all my coding I have done on my car next time I plug it in?If someone can please help me with this it would be appreciated!
You don't need to clear anything out but you should make a .TRC readout of the entire car, rename the .TRC file with a unique name and. .man extension. The name should identify your car and give an idea of what the last change was. File that file offline as well. In the event that someone resets all of your parameters as happened to me recently as an indie shop wiped out years of customizations attempting to code a used ABS module, you can rename a copy of the file FSW_PSW.man in your Work folder.
Run NCS Expert, load FSW_PSW profile, invoke coding and process entire car.
I had everything back in 15 minutes.
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