Support more old Mercedes cars key programming by OBD
CGDI MB supports fastest Mercedes Benz car key add: collection time 1'50s, password calculation time 40s, 99% get password for one time calculator.
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CGDI Prog MB Benz Car Key Add Fastest Benz Key Programmer
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1. Support fastest Benz Car key add: collection time 1'50s, password calculation time 40s, 99% get password for one time calculator, it is the fastest key programming tool to calculate the password at present. 2. Support MB all key lost: support models including 211, 209, 204, 207, 212, 166, 246, 197, 172, 164 +, 216
3. CGDI Prog MB can calculate the password online
4. Free Update Online, please download latest software 5. Support more old Mercedes cars key programming by OBD such as:
W210, W203, W639, W220, W215, W169
Mercedes E Series W210 before year 2004
Mercedes C Series W203 before year 2005
Mercedes V Series V639 before year 2008
Mercedes A Series W169 before year 2009
Mercedes B Series W169 before year 2009
Mercedes S Series W220 before year 2005
Mercedes E Series W211 before year 2008
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What is the token policy for CGDI Prog MB?
First of all, remove the limit on the number of password calculations per day. You can calculate the password as much as possible within a day.
Of course, the premise is that you have more than enough points. Please pay for One Token for CGDI Prog MB at $3.99 only.
Plan A: Basic Edition One Free Token Lifetime
Plan B: Advanced Edition Two Free Token Valid 180 days. When license gets expired, please pay to Token Service 180 Days for CGDI Prog MB Key Programmer.
After you pay for it, can calculate online two times free each day again.
CGDI BMW is capable of backing up and restoring FEM codes for BMW all by OBD. Here's the process.
The OBD is connected
BMW one series FEM system
2. Follow the steps:
Turn on the ignition, working key, the car has never been touched in terms of programming. Connected via OBD, no key have been added.
Hit FEM bdc key match.
Then it says "the current fem bdc needs to update the ecu program for matching the key". This means we need to pre-process the fem, because it won't allow key programming.
It is backing up code.
Backup encoding succeeded. So this is back up the coding file now.
Now you can exit out, but just make note of the file name.
The coding data is backed up.
Since I discontinued it midway, none of the remaining features are operational. However, it does provide details such as the VIN number, hardware and software versions, mileage, frequency, chassis type, and the presence of FEM.
Now exit>>go back into the fem
This time hit no and select recovery code to recover the coding, it says "load the coding data file"
Immediately go to the file which has just been saved, and then hit "OK". It will check file and write file back.
We've restored the coding.
If you get the scenario where you lose your coding while adding a key to a vehicle, this is what you should do as a precaution and to be able to get you out of the jam.