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Old 10-24-2018, 12:16 PM
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So my searches while diagnosing what happened to my E70 35d while programming a new key brought me to this site. What an incredible find this was. You guys are incredible.
I have been using my Autel Maxisys for some programming and diagnosing for all sorts of vehicles. I changed careers a couple years ago when I got hooked up with some wholesalers the deal with high end cars and found out I could fix most of their issues. I soon started my own repair shop and starting to grow more. Taking a while but word is getting out about us.
I was using INPA-P to add a new key to my 2010 X5 35d when we lost power during programming. Totally bricked my CAS module. That is why I started researching if this had happened to anyone else. I hope I can gain some insight from everyone here and be able to go in depth a little more with programming.


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