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Old 06-04-2013, 09:09 PM
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Hi there ,
I am new to this site ,my name is nigel and i live in birmingham and i run my own mobile diagnostics company , i have just brought a bmw diagnostic/programing tool of rugged computing , and i am looking to use it to programe a new srs module to a 2008 mini cooper ,the old module has an internal fault which is leaving the airbag light on and will not clear . would somebody be good enough to explane step by step the procedure for coding the new module to the vehicle , i have gt1,opps ect and inpa is it possiable to do it thru inpa ? if so how , or if not is it done thru progman and how ? hoping somebody can help me with this as i havent used the kit i have before so its all new to me
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nige


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