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Old 01-09-2013, 07:58 PM   #11
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OK Bavarian: Ignore the shadow memory. Those are codes not actually present and are only used for history documentation purposes. The SRS/ABS code will obviously not trigger the SES light. You MUST scan the DME as that holds the clue to your problem. Often, it is not about the soldering of the pins but ensuring the scanner pins line up exactly with the OBD port. Unplug and replug the scanner multiple times. I have to do that sometimes before it can read all the modules. And wait around 2 mins after you turn the key to pos 2 before you start the scanning program. Good luck.
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