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Offline maxiprog  
#1 Posted : 13 January 2018 18:44:38(UTC)
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Hello
I would like to install the paddles at the wheel
my car is not equiper of origin so I must carry out the wiring
and then the coding.
for wiring simply pass a wire FEM pin 5 of a173*7b (white connector) until SZL pin 3 of a83*2b ( black connector with silver attach)
how is the coding done with the autohex hw4
on all forums I find with the e-sys
thanks a lot
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#2 Posted : 14 January 2018 15:14:34(UTC)
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Just go to Indiv coding, from there you have two options:
Normal coding, you can us it if you have already modified the FA
Manual coding, you can modify specific values that will activate/deactivate features.
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#3 Posted : 14 January 2018 19:36:52(UTC)
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Indiv coding > fem body ( ecu has no coding)
And in FA manager I dont find shift paddle
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#4 Posted : 14 January 2018 19:38:47(UTC)
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Indiv coding > fem body ( écu has no coding)
It is not possible I code
And fa manager I don’t find shift paddle
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