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Electrical NCSExpert - Removing systems

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Old 04-17-2019, 06:31 AM
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NCSExpert - Removing systems

I have a 09 JCW that is a full on car race so we have removed number of the systems (airbags, TPMS, lights, washer, etc..) that are no longer needed or not permitted. We have retained the main dash/tach for now. Because these systems have been removed, the dash looks like a Christmas tree and notification center is pretty much useless because of all the faults is it flagging.

I understand that it is possible to code certain functions with NCSExperts and before investing too much time in getting up to speed on it, I was wondering if it is possible to outright delete/disable certain modules/ functions that have been removed (Airbag is the real annoying one as it is permanent on the BC).
 
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Old 04-24-2019, 09:59 AM
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You surely can use NCS to delete the VO and recode the CAS and FRM. as for the airbag, it is not an option so you cannot just delete it. Instead, you can access the coding file and disable notifications an such...
 
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