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      11-19-2017, 10:33 AM   #1
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Springs changeout, ICM Calibration?

18' ZCP with a set of Eibach Pro springs on the way. I read in a few posts in multiple threads to calibrate ICM after installing springs. I searched for about 2 hours for information on how to execute this(assuming ISTA?). There does not appear to be a through explanation to this process on the forum. The Eibach thread only contains bits and pieces.

I also read in some threads the EDC needs calibrated. Would greatly appreciate elaboration, clarity and direction.
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      11-20-2017, 10:38 AM   #2
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EDC has a startup procedure to calibrate. It should come up after scanning vehicle. If not, you can search for EDC startup and run ABL.
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EDC has a startup procedure to calibrate. It should come up after scanning vehicle. If not, you can search for EDC startup and run ABL.
ISTA?
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ISTA?
Yep. Just did this last night through ISTA.
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      11-21-2017, 10:26 AM   #5
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Thanks!
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ISTA?
Yes. ISTA+ (AKA Rheingold or ISTA-D).
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can this be done with ESYS or just ISTA
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Can this be done by the dealer only or by the company who installed the springs.
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      07-21-2019, 01:32 PM   #9
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Can this be done by the dealer only or by the company who installed springs.
You can do it yourself with Reingold, which is available here on the forums. It took me 10 min to figure it out even though the program is not intuitive.
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