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Old 04-29-2014, 07:52 PM
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Unhappy Hi guys johnny from London..HELP!!!

Hi peeps, new to the forum and its looks great..If anyone could advise it would be much appreciated..I have a bmw e60 2008.. love my car so much I decided to invest in bmw icom and a core i7 laptop, ordered up a drive with ista and started checking out the car..I decided to do the recommended coding updates and like many others had an issue with volts just crept over 15v so coding failed, now car is dead, on ista it wants to re animate the cas but fails due to terminal 15 0v and getting error incorrect ambient conditions...I have managed to locate another cas from exactly the same year car and type..can I program the replacement cas or copy firmware from replacment car to original cas..Or would I be better of just taking the car to bmw with the original cas..any help appreciated..thanks..


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