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Old 11-05-2014, 12:23 PM
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Default Help with coding retrofitted Nav pro and Combox -F11

I have bought the Nav Pro from ebay (he coded it before sending it and it works fine) and now I have bought a Combox and installed it.

The problem is now that I need to code the car to get it to work.
Im completly new at coding so please have patient

I can read out every computerbox in the car, except HU_CIC and Combox (but i can see them, but cant see the CAFD files)

Is it enough to code VO 609 and 6NK or do I need to do anything more?

The combox is from the scrapyard so it is not new. The nav shows Telephone, BMW apps, Connected drive and so on, but I cant get it to work yet ofcourse.

Another question, how do I read out the VO codes from CIC and Combox? Can I do it with E-sys?

The car is built dec-2010.

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