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Old 04-21-2016, 08:13 PM
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Default Meaning of Codes in the VO

Hi all, i have been examining a few VO's from various model FRM's & while i have a list of the BMW codes that start $ (example $1ca) i notice that at the beginning & end of the VO when viewed in NCSexpert there are codes that start with other characters ( like & * - %) for example -AC90. Can't seem to find any info on what these codes are for or what they mean, does anyone have a link to this info or can anyone advise ?

Also, in the list of options what is SALAPA or even DUMMY SALAP mean

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