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Old 02-24-2016, 01:13 PM
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Export/Import FSC codes - HU-NBT replacement

Hello all -I've been reading many threads on how to import FSC codes for Nav, and Sat activation and such, but I have a case where I'd like to simply replace a faulty HU-NBT with the identical part number - either from a junk yard or brand new from a dealer.

How can I use E-Sys to connect to my car, read & export to a file all present FSC codes (such as Nav Pro app software, Voice Input, Sat Tuner, Nav pro, ect) on my current faulty HU.

Then, how would I go about importing these same codes into the new or junk yard HU (same part number)? I'm not trying to activate new features, just import what was already active on the original HU. The vehicle is a F25.

Is this possible? Any step by step would be great!!! Thanks!
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