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Old 02-14-2020, 04:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Bmwe5320023.0 View Post
I just replaced the trans fluid and transfer case fluid.

From reading this thread, looks like I can't reset transfer case adaptations with INPA? That sucks, I'll try to figure it out with ISTA or DIS.

In another thread you've stated that you used Amsoil ATF in the transfer case. So I assume from that statement (and your forum name!) that you have a pre-facelift car, with the NV125 transfer case.

In which case you cannot reset the transfer case adaptations - there aren't any. The NV125 transfer case is a fixed power division system (non-XDrive) and has no active controller or adaptations.

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Old 02-14-2020, 04:40 AM
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Haha I feel like such a noob!
Thanks for clarifying! It all makes sense now.
I think i was reading non xdrive has constant 32% power to the front wheels and 68 to the back.
So makes sense there are no adaptations to reset
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