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Old Tue, Feb-20-2018, 01:23:35 AM   #1
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I'm trying to code my e46 for the first time and I only have two profiles to select on NCS Expert: "Manipulation" and "Factory Coding". All of the guides I have seen say to use the "Expert" or "Revtor" profile. Do I need to get these profiles from somewhere or can I use one of the profiles I already have? I'm trying to do the retrofit coding for LED tails. My version is NCS Expert 4.0.1.

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Get Revtor's Profile and get "NCS Dummy".
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