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Old 09-01-2016, 01:28 PM
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Default E91 dead after ISTA P programming

Hi guys,

I have dead e91 320D 2006 after ista P programming.

It succesfully programed few ecus, but DME, dde, kombi...was not due to error in vehicle communication. Ista P freeze and I turned it off.

CAS was programmed ok and mask too.

Now car is blinking, and relays are ticking...instrument and idrive does not show on. I can insert and remove key.


ISTA P is no longer working because it asking for VO code, it cannot read it from the car.

Is there any way how to find faulty modules and reflash them? maybe with kfp?

Offcourse I can pay for you remote help via team viewer if you can give up the car and make all things work. Its my personal car.

thanks

Viktor


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