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Old Thu, Jan-02-2020, 10:36:07 PM   #1
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How can I return my DME to stock?

The numbers on the case are:

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7833910
7833892

7834450


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Everything here will help you figure out which OS "version" and "tune" (IE Partial bin) you are running, such that you can download the partial "tune" to flash back to stock. However as always, make a backup first.

https://github.com/saildot4k/MSS54-XDFs

Check out the Wiki here as well.
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How can I return my DME to stock?



The numbers on the case are:



VIN

7833910

7833892



7834450





Thanks


Need to do a pull with BMW flash first and post your partial bin.
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Or really just use WinKFP to update your module. It'll be back to stock after that (assuming you didn't do stuff like wipe out your AIF)
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The current tune is encrypted. Would this impact the restore? I have two DMEs. I would like one to be stock with EWS off, air pump, alpha-n, etc. I need the car to make less power for a race class.
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The file you got from your tuner might be encrypted, but what's on the DME itself will be the decrypted. You should be able to read it out with the various free software out there.
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