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Old 04-26-2011, 12:55 PM
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Default Bmw 120d e87 - n47 - air bag mrs module - programming

H, I have a 120d - May 07, after trying to recover the Vin numbers with WINKFP ( reprogramming), i now have a Airbag fault, it shows airbag unknown configuration error.

When i used WINKFP to program it found the files OK and flashed OK now i get lots of errors in INPA and the Light on the Dash is on perminantly - any one know how to get passed this?
81 MRS OKAY 12 Error stored
93D6 E0
93BA E8
93BB E8
93BE E8
93C1 E8
93AB E8
93AC E8
93AD E8
93B0 E8
93B1 E8
93B3 E8
93D2 E8

or can i remove the last programs and return to original as it list three programs when read in WINKFTP..

Thanks in advance

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