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Old 10-07-2011, 01:14 AM
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Default Modifing VO/FA$ For an Automatic Transmission.

Could someone give me the right FA$ or VO# to write to an E46?
It originally came with a manual transmission. I fitted and automatic/steptronic to it now.

All i need to do is code the EWS,LWS,Kombi with a different VO#.

Can anyone help me with the right values?

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You can calculate it yourself.
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