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Old 03-02-2015, 06:29 AM
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Default Help coding off DRL's after removing dvd and ulh modules

I installed a dynavin n6 navigation system in my X5 recently. I tried using SSS to code off my DRL's and it would not go through. I got an error saying the ULH module could not be found. When I installed the dynavin I removed the Bluetooth module, nav computer and bypassed the radio. IS there any way to code of the DRL's without re-installing all of these modules?

I am very familiar with DIS, SSS. I do not have much experience with NCS Expert. I know it can be done that way but I haven't found a working solution. All of the files I have tried to download/install don't seem to work properly.

Can someone please point me in the right direction?

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