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Old Wed, Jul-06-2011, 11:34:11 PM   #21
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Default Re: Comprehensive programmable option thread

I think that's all I have time for today. Will keep updating more tomorrow.

If anyone would like to make my life easier, especially in the NCS section, feel free to keep adding content I can add to the original post. I really like the "Module Field Value Purpose" format-- keeps things easy to understand and organized.
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Default Re: Comprehensive programmable option thread

Thanks for making this thread!

Not that this is helpful to the discussion, but there are quite a few features that I wanted that weren't programmed on my car when I bought it last year. One of them being the auto door lock when starting to speed up, but randomly today my car started doing this! Idk what I did to make this happen (hopefully not an electrical gremlin), but oh well, I'm happy for now
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Default Re: Comprehensive programmable option thread

My favourite...
Module: GM5
Coding variable: QUIT_AKUST_SCHAERF
Value: aktiv

Beeps on lock/ alarm active.

There's an increasing amount of info, including reasonably comprehensive NCS Expert coding translations, around if you search.

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Default Re: Comprehensive programmable option thread

Here's the list out of my car. It's just a spreadsheet converted into a PDF.
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Here's the list out of my car. It's just a spreadsheet converted into a PDF.
Added to the second post, thanks!
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We should also add a small section about the gauge cluster's built in functions.
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We should also add a small section about the gauge cluster's built in functions.
like what? the diagnostic?

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Excellent...Thanks Ian!
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Just added a bunch more to the second post thanks to some major help from terraphantm!
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like what? the diagnostic?
Yes, I think there were some options in there we can use.
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