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Old 03-06-2013, 04:41 PM
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Default Inpa on F-Series with VTG L6

hi,

i have a inpa which can be used on f-series. when i try to read out the vtg values it shows me the current values. the f1 key works, but it shows the options for f2-f6 to adjust the values, but the buttons on the bottom are greyed out. what could this be, or how to solve it.

thank you in advance.
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