Is it program in the comfort access option into a BMW using the VVDI2 Xhorse?
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That’s not possible to just program. It requires major hardware exchange
There’s 2 difference key types.
Regular smart keys and comfort access keys.
The key needs to have a build in proximity sender and the car needs to have a receiver.
You can’t code a regular key to become a comfort access key.
Then you need to first delete a previous CA key from the CAS module. Each CAS can only handle 2 comfort access keys at a time. If you lose, let’s say key number 2, then you’ll need to first delete key number 2, program a new key and then move the keys individual number up to key 2.
Btw, It is not the same meaning as you over-write key2 with the new key (by eeprom). In other words, Eprom has nothing to do with CAS control
Comfort access can only be in slots 1 & 2 unless you disable all the slots up to yours ie program slot 5 and disable 1-4. Or you just overwrite slots 1 & 2.
To overwrite the slots when selecting a slot that have been already taken, Need comfort access fob as well. I’ve actually never done I always use slot 7. Auction doesn’t care if it has comfort or not lol
Good to know:
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