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Old 08-13-2018, 08:57 PM
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Exclamation E18F Fault after switching Radio Professional Unit

Hello,

im a new member from Germany and in search for answers to my problem wich nobody could solve right now.

Ive got a little problem after switching from Radio Professional without MOST over to a Radio Prof unit with MOST.

As my car has no onboard MOST Components I installed a MOST loop at the back of the Radio.

I have also got an ICOM and the radio was coded via SG_Codieren with an empty PSW file. I should have set up according to VO.

Since I installed the new unit there is the E18F Fault Code which always returns after deleting.

Can please anyone give me advice how to solve the problem?

Do I have to change any coding!?

Best Regards,
Tom


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