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      11-17-2016, 06:51 PM   #23
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Tried today and no luck. Is programming and flushing the same thing?
I was told since I used a brand new TMS module, it needs to be programmed and initialized and I won't be able to do it through ESYS. Is that true?
Does anyone know anybody who can do it remotely?
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Tried today and no luck. Is programming and flushing the same thing?
I was told since I used a brand new TMS module, it needs to be programmed and initialized and I won't be able to do it through ESYS. Is that true?
Does anyone know anybody who can do it remotely?
Programming = Flashing = Updating ECU firmware/ software
Coding/Encoding = configuring ECU settings or parameters.

ISTA-P or ISTA+ will usually only allow the use of new ECU's. ISTA+ is used for diagnostics and for procedures (eg, initializing light modules). Both can program all series (except E-series & ISTA+) as well as code factory values.

E-sys can program, code factory values, and individually FDL ECU's.

Programming requires a PSU (not just battery tender) and there are risks involved. As such, not many offer it as a remote service.
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I recently had my all of the electronic modules updated to the latest versions at my dealership. It of course erased all of my previous coding. I went back in tonight to re-do some things, and found that I was getting error messages when attempting to 'Read' certain modules: HU_NBT, CAS, HKFM. Primarily the 2 that I was unable to code that I used to really like were 1) Enable keyfob mirrors/windows/sunroof open & close, 2) Trunk close with keyfob.

Another weird thing I noticed is that the HU_NBT is now displaying as HU_NBT_LS.

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I recently had my all of the electronic modules updated to the latest versions at my dealership. It of course erased all of my previous coding. I went back in tonight to re-do some things, and found that I was getting error messages when attempting to 'Read' certain modules: HU_NBT, CAS, HKFM. Primarily the 2 that I was unable to code that I used to really like were 1) Enable keyfob mirrors/windows/sunroof open & close, 2) Trunk close with keyfob.

Another weird thing I noticed is that the HU_NBT is now displaying as HU_NBT_LS.

Any ideas?
If you get "not found [C012]" error, when "Reading Coding Data," it is time to update Psdzdata. PM Sent.

I have heard of HKFM_LS, but not HU_NBT_LS.
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