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Old 02-03-2013, 12:08 PM
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Default Updating ZUSB and ECU: am I having latest E46 daten with WinKFP?

I wanted to have ZUSB and ECU / DME software update on my E46 325 manual convertible, MY 2001. I opened WinKFP and took F3 to Update ZUSB (in Comfort mode).

For my VIN number, the tool gives the screenshot below. The files (.prg and .ipo) are dated back to November 2001 where as the car has been manufactured early 2001. I'm wondering: can the lastest ECU updates really be so old? Or do I just have too old E46 daten files? There are files from 2004 and later.

Would somebody be so kind to test how new files WinKFP gives with my car's VIN? The ECU is Siemens MS43.



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