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      05-31-2012, 05:09 AM   #1
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Coding the LCI rear lights?

I would like too buy these Lci lights for my car BUT Im in Sweden and no one seems to know how to code them without changing the footwell module.

Can anyone please let me know how its done with the Autologic so I can instruct my dealer how to do it?
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It's not about HOW it's done with autologic, but rather IF they have the auto logic tool to do it!
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It's not about HOW it's done with autologic, but rather IF they have the auto logic tool to do it!
They have the Autologic tool so I guess the equipment is there but the "how to" might not be there...
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As far as I know, you still have to change the footwell module.
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I would like too buy these Lci lights for my car BUT Im in Sweden and no one seems to know how to code them without changing the footwell module.

Can anyone please let me know how its done with the Autologic so I can instruct my dealer how to do it?
M3s do not require changing the footwell modules.

Coding can be found in the CIP>RETROFITS & CONVERSIONS>FACELIFT LIGHTS of your Autologic tool, choose FRM2 REAR FACELIFT LIGHTS.
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M3s do not require changing the footwell modules.

Coding can be found in the CIP>RETROFITS & CONVERSIONS>FACELIFT LIGHTS of your Autologic tool, choose FRM2 REAR FACELIFT LIGHTS.
Interesting. Didn't know that.
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M3s do not require changing the footwell modules.

Coding can be found in the CIP>RETROFITS & CONVERSIONS>FACELIFT LIGHTS of your Autologic tool, choose FRM2 REAR FACELIFT LIGHTS.
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