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Old 11-09-2011, 11:55 AM
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Default E46 M3 WinKFP to update DME

Hi All,
Im new to the forum, and im nervous to try to update the DME with WinKfp.

Im pretty familar with Inpa and NCS but programming is diferent monster...

Well what exactly is need needed?

I have a Inpa 5.02 + Ediabas 7.0x and NCS 3.1
also have the daten files for the E46 v.40. ( is there a link for newer daten files for the E46?)

is there a diy step by step for this?
Can i ruin the DME if fails? if it fails how to recover?
do I need a batt booster? to keep voltage constant?

Cheers


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