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Old 04-09-2016, 10:26 AM
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Default Retrofitting start/stop button on 2003 E64 (cas2 to cas3 convertion)

Hi everyone. Need some help from coding/programming experts. Im trying to retrofit cas3 on 2003 e64. Not sure if its possible too :D
Main objective is to retrofit start stop button. I have installed cas3 with its original key from 2006 e60, installed key slot and start stop button. Changed vin in cas3, matched cas-dme isn code, disabled egs-cas matching. Installed steering column with ELV and wired it to cas3. But still cas3 will not match with DME. Now when Insert key fod to the slot- i get ignition (first lock) but after pressing the start stop button it just turns the ignition off.
Im a bit lost now. Im using istap, istad, abrites fvdi, ncs expert. Any help would be appreciated

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