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Old 08-10-2013, 04:53 PM
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Default Unable to read MASK module

Hi,

I am having problems reading the MASK module.

I have a 2009 E60 EDIBAS 7.3, NCSEXPERT 3.1.0 and v50.1 Daten files.

I have read and coded the acoustic beep on lock/unlock to the DWAI module which works fine.

I want to make some changes in MASK but when I try to read the trace file I get COAPI-2020 no response from module.

There are many mentions of this on the internet but no solutions I can find.


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Old 08-10-2013, 09:14 PM
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The MASK requires an ICOM interface to read the module. You will not be able to use the D-can cable.
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