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      05-10-2012, 10:01 PM   #229
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Originally Posted by LateBraking View Post
Forgive me for asking since I don't understand coding, but whether you use OEM or AutoLogic or Made in China or whatever, what they do is the same thing right? Like, the options they access are actually in the car itself and it just turns things on and off right? It's not like, say, installing a computer program on a computer, so like, rewriting the program inside, just simply changing on to off and off to on? If so, what's the significant differences between each of the tools? Is it just that they all use different means to approach the same solution?
Let's please keep this thread on topic - there is no reason to discuss tools anymore. If I recall correctly I think I coded your racing seats awhile back
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