You can either do this as part of diagnostic tool, or with a
stand-alone reset tool.
We stock the full range of BMW diagnostic and reset tools, inc. service
(http://www.ukobd.co.uk/site/catlist.asp?id=9 ) - you may be able to
find a supplier of Peake Research tools in the Netherlands.
You should have a 20-pin round connector under the bonnet of your car
for this purpose.
I hope this helps.
Josh Assing wrote:
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