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Old 06-13-2014, 12:59 AM
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Default e60 won't start after coding!! HELP!

Hey guys I need some help please! I've never coded in my entire life and I recently bought a cable to code so then I used this program called "SSS program" I was decided to mess around and stupidly did something that made the whole car turn off! Every time I put the car into ignition everything is blank it won't even chame. please help me!!!! I'm so scared.


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Perhaps you killed CAS with cheap OBD cable , look around for someone who you can fix it because without proper knowledge and equipment You have no chance to fix this.
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Has stated by hoborg the CAS is locked, when programming anything E6xx/E9xx constant clean voltage (13.2v @65-70amps minimum) is a must.

And not a regular battery charger they just cannot keep voltage and correct ampere constant. A proper power supply is needed.

With that said if you have the knowledge to use WinkFp, or know of someone that has this program with the knowledge to use it then you can recover the CAS.

This will involve powering up KL15 and reflashing the CAS.

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Has stated by hoborg the CAS is locked, when programming anything E6xx/E9xx constant clean voltage (13.2v @65-70amps minimum) is a must.

And not a regular battery charger they just cannot keep voltage and correct ampere constant. A proper power supply is needed.

With that said if you have the knowledge to use WinkFp, or know of someone that has this program with the knowledge to use it then you can recover the CAS.

This will involve powering up KL15 and reflashing the CAS.

Mark.
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old thread but did fix your car ?
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Has stated by hoborg the CAS is locked, when programming anything E6xx/E9xx constant clean voltage (13.2v @65-70amps minimum) is a must.

And not a regular battery charger they just cannot keep voltage and correct ampere constant. A proper power supply is needed.
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What kind of power supply is used? Typically I only see "regular" chargers around. Can we start the car and have it running while coding to ensure power remains stable?
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