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About GoNz0

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  1. DSC also needs coding but I would have thought it would work without that as it's only for the added stability mode. Maybe go for the 4R module as that's what I fitted if you can't get anywhere.
  2. Probably no unless you have a genuine ICOM. You could try default coding the car?
  3. I just press F1 twice for comfort then identify ECU family and type 9167198, can you try it like that?
  4. I wonder if this is the reason why it doesn't work then? AHM65.ATS only shows 9167198 for our car.
  5. Try 9167198 as that shows as the latest in my Datens
  6. 67 is the latest, maybe the module has an update, looking at the .HIS file there were quite a few over the years.
  7. Have you updated to the latest daten?
  8. GoNz0

    Fogging sensor causing erratic a/c?

    Unplug it and see if the problem stops.
  9. GoNz0

    Fogging sensor causing erratic a/c?

    Fogging sensor only tells the car to blow on the windscreen to demist it, it shouldn't have any effect on the rest of the system.
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    Diesel brake servo.. Please read!

    In that case it's a solid plastic pipe with a small section near the back of the engine on the inlet side assuming your DSC unit is on the nearside front.
  11. GoNz0

    Diesel brake servo.. Please read!

    The only place to make a cut is near the dipstick Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
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    Diesel brake servo.. Please read!

    No it's not removable Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
  13. GoNz0

    Diesel brake servo.. Please read!

    Part number is A2710180329 but it seems to come up as this as well. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/292895601554?
  14. GoNz0

    help help problem

    Failing fuel pump would have to be leaking from the seals, no real way to test for this on the car though.
  15. GoNz0

    help help problem

    If you have a DPF failed regens can cause this, removing the EGR will speed up the process.
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