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Old 05-25-2010, 12:37 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by daveyto View Post
Carsoft can't do much but it can recode certain things like KM-MPH, etc. but its mostly a diagnostic and pretty safe as it isn't capable to write critical data to modules like DIS, Scanner, etc.

The check light can be reset using any ODB1 or 2 scanner. The issue is that if your problem that caused the issue isnt fixed the light will return

SRS I believe is the airbag...yes I can do this..I have done this on my own car.

Awesome, I was just about to buy the cables and software. Where in Scarborough are you located?
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Old 10-02-2012, 05:45 PM   #17
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Reviving an old thread - Could someone assist me with a scan on my e63 as the check engine light came on? I was backing it into my garage and out of the blue the indicator came on. I plugged my basic OBDII scanner in and it came back with no codes and I cannot reset the light. It may need to pull BMW specific codes. It maybe a bad tank of gas but I'd like to get a sense if it's something more intricate. Mississauga ideally but can travel if need be. Thanks. Stephen.

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