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Old 08-15-2013, 04:19 PM
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Exclamation Help coding used Headlight ALC via NCS Expert

I was told I need to use NCS Expert to "code" a used headlight ALC unit to work on my 2008 335i (US).

How and where would I go about this in NCS Expert?

I have it installed on my Win7 x64 laptop (though I will do a complete install of an older version of the INPA package to get full English menus in NCS Expert; the English configuration text file only translates the codes and messages but not the GUI) but I'm still waiting receipt of a new One Stop Electronics K+DCAN USB cable so I am unable to delve into NCS Expert. In the meantime, I want to research as much as I can to enable the used ALC to function properly.


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