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  1. Coding using Foxwell NT500 
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    I have had a Foxwell NT500 for a while and only been using it for resetting service and winding off EPB, I know it has the capability to do coding but canít find anything online as a guide how to do it as it brings up all the VCDS coding. Has anyone used this tool to do coding and can give me an idiots guide?
     
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    I managed to figure it out and it’s pretty simple tbh. If anyone is interested I can take a few pics of how I done it and post them.
     
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