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  1. LOUISE,Awesome/brilliant AND REALLY OPENED MY EYES IN MANY WAYS HOW TO APPROACH AND HANDLE THOSE SYSTEMS AND THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DO CHEEEEEERS BROTHA.

  2. Does your scanner hold all the programming codes within or do you have to download them from a secondary source and if so from where?
    I think your videos are very good and full of valuable information top marks.

  3. Hey luis. I replaced a pdc module on a 5serires and didnt need to programme it, worked great. Cant remember the model year but it had an idrive so was plug and play. Cheers dave

  4. Hi mate, i use ISTA a lot but the thing with replacing modules is that you first need to check with your VIN what the exact part number is for your car. (Realoem.com) I had a similar problem, but ISTA gave me a prompt with wrong part number. So I had to look it up on Realoem.com. I agree with you that it’s handy to have these tools but sometimes you on your own😋 (BMW_Tiger) Great video 👍🏽 again!! So the Autel is better than the arti?😋

  5. 19:15 – You are testing the wires for continuity but how long is your multimeter cables to go from the front all the way to the trunk? 😀

  6. You should have mentioned why these modules usually go faulty. The over priced pieces of German tat fill up with water where the module sits and totally immerses the module. It also screws the CAN Bus on the vehicle making the dash flash and carry on like a set of disco lights amongst the numerous other faults it flags with the diagnostic. Good video, good thought process. Very helpful.

  7. I think cars with the base spec audio system use the separate speakers, and the higher spec ones play the PDC tones through the stereo.

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