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Old 07-07-2019, 05:05 AM
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Default Add user information field on INPA for e53 - or another way

So how do you add the User Information Field option to INPA? Seems like other cars have that available but not for my e53. I tried so many different versions.

I need to reprogram some modules that i messed up. MY ISTA+ is giving me some pretty sold errors of modules not responding. DSC_0x56 and things like that. Car was in Engine Fail Safe, but it's not now... been at it since 11 AM and it's now 1 AM. gonna try a couple more things but looking for some help.

I just want to program these back to stock. I did some stuff on WinKFP and it just made it worse.

I've been looking but i dont think i know the terminology well enough to find what i need.

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