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      04-09-2012, 11:35 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by esquire View Post
tom, you posted this too late. damn you.
Remove them, have them coded out and sell them to someone who may possibly need them or that has a non-KW setup.

This way you won't see any large, ugly resistor packs in the engine bay (which get VERY hot). You may even come up a slight margin compared to coding, we've had people removing their Code isolators just to sell them on the forums. EDC coding can be added back at any time if the car is sold.

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Originally Posted by chriszeh View Post
what is the macht snell EDC emulator you mentioned? is that wired in, in the trunk?
This installs at the EDC module in the trunk, behind the liner - emulating the EDC signal to prevent the warning light from appearing.

The Macht Schnell EDC module is completely hidden from view.
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