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Old 02-20-2017, 11:23 PM
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Default E36 Kombi - How to update ZCS or VO with options

I have a working ADS interface and have used it to remove the buffer on the temp gauge so I have a reasonable understanding of INPA / NCSexpert

I have had to change to another cluster due to the old one failing.

I have read that at the end of flashing the Kombi with WinKFP you can update the VIN. I do not know if this is true.

If that will not work it appears the other way would be to update the ZCS or VO with the options as if retrofitting.

Any help on the above would be gratefully received
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