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Old 11-04-2017, 01:05 AM
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Default coding modules with SSS/Progman

Hi all ...car is E46 323i Sports M52TU 2003 (Thailand)
have just installed INPA along with NCS-DIS-SSS/Progman..running progman and started reading modules then came up with error and message said to go to SW and do software update but when modules window came up never said what module to update ...I would say that at sometime things have been replaced and not coded
As far as I know only MAF and Climate Control A/C unit in the dash has been replaced
also while doing a scan in INPA on injectors this is what I got.cylinder 4 and 6 have higher readings and fuel trim is negative -8.6ltft ...fuel economy is not that flash with 7km/ltr ...any advice on this


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