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Old 01-21-2019, 09:50 AM
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Default Second hand FRM2 coding for Mini R56 2009

I recently purchased a second hand frm2 to replace the original corrupted / damaged frm2. Everything works perfectly in the car but I receive two error codes in rheingold which indicates a rear fog light. Iíve checked the cables and bulbs etc and there appears to be no issues with the fog lights. I would assume the frm2 would need coded properly. Could someone please advise how to do this properly and what the correct order and software etc.
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