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Old 16th January 2018, 06:44 PM
erubus erubus is offline
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Originally Posted by M-A8 View Post
Good stuff
Donít forget to clear the faults as well.
Donít think calibration will be necessary, it never was for me at least.
It seems to have settled now, not quite so high up and I was looking at a D4 A8L today and the gap was much the same so good news re: calibration.

Is there a detriment to not clearing the codes? Timely reminder anyway as i havent done it yet, although as i have to disconnect the battery twice a day to clear the bl**dy mirrors, there wil be hundreds of codes in there!
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