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Old 09-23-2012, 06:43 PM
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Hello, need help. Is not able to do well English, nevertheless my problem tries to explain.

Mistake: Key defective. The DME and EWS 2 come from the same vehicle. The transponder is from a other vehicle.

How can I balance it with the help of Inpa etc. or corder ews out?

Am very grateful for every tips and every instructions.

Yours sincerely
Peter V (Rusboss)


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Old 09-26-2012, 12:34 AM
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No, you can't add a used key with INPA.

INPA will sync DME>EWS, but not EWS>Key
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you better get ews and key from same car
good luck
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The only thing you can do is get a new key
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