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Old 10-04-2018, 11:38 AM
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Hello everyone! I got one simple question. Is possible to swith ON the ccc unit,without the car (one the table) ?
Sent my unit to repairs,and the guy tryin to tell me,that it should work without the car. I m arrguing,that to test it ,it need the car,signals from the control units,who is right? :D


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Old 10-05-2018, 08:21 AM
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as far as I'm aware no it's not possible, atm the only thing I can turn on without the ignition being at least turned on is the radio, I am actually able to turn that on for a lil bit even without ever putting the key into the ignition, I'm not sure how long it stays on just that it comes on.
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