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      02-28-2011, 09:00 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by drchuck72 View Post
Great write up. The instructions that actually came with the module sucked A$$. Can't wait to do this and get rid of the TPMS malfunctioning light on the dash now that my winters are on.

2 Questions though:

1. You say to enter the car, leave the key out of the ignition and leave car off to program the module. If I have comfort access, is there anything I have to do differently? Do I have to get in without the key?

2. Where does the MS Module go when you put everything back?

Thanks guys. You guys do the best DIY writeups. Your DIY for the DICE Silverline Pro Install was perfect.
The modules are pre-set to the ON position, no programming is necessary unless you are looking to turn off the module.

The modules can tuck into the plastic grid the EDC-K module is in now, there should be plenty of room.

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Originally Posted by han405 View Post
Did you guys find out if this works with 2011 m3?
thanks
Sorry, missed this question. Modules are compatible for all e9x M3 models, as well as M5/M6 and X5/X6M.
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