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    Quote Originally Posted by 5.7ute View Post
    Hi Jeff. I just did not edit the internal descriptions. These have no function at all.
    Thanks Mick,
    I thought that might be the case.

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    Hello,

    I have the OS (156) from CAX b but dont know how to use it, can i get the instructions for dummies)

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by warlock007 View Post
    Hello,

    I have the OS (156) from CAX b but dont know how to use it, can i get the instructions for dummies)

    Thanks in advance
    Rename "cax b.cax" to "12212156.cax" and copy it to C:\Program Files\EFILive\V7.5\Calibrations.

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    Default cax for OS 09373372

    Adding 09373372.cax from 60lb-injector-woes-chicken-or-the-egg&p=210270 post #26:

    Thanks Mick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5.7ute View Post
    Cax file updated with 12592618 & 12587603 files.

    If my original OS was 12587603, and I have since updated it to COS3 (4073003) will the 12587603 cax file work if I rename it to 4073003?

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    Hi Jim,

    I has been awhile since I mapped out that OS - I think the COS has a leading zero (i.e. 04073003) - so if you rename it to 04073003 it should work - just use caution until you are certain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    Hi Jim,

    I has been awhile since I mapped out that OS - I think the COS has a leading zero (i.e. 04073003) - so if you rename it to 04073003 it should work - just use caution until you are certain.

    Yes it does work! -- Joecar posted this last year about the same issue and I eventually found it -- Thanks! --

    "take note: each COS has a base OEM OS, meaning that you can rename the OEM OS to the COS's id."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim_PA View Post
    If my original OS was 12587603, and I have since updated it to COS3 (4073003) will the 12587603 cax file work if I rename it to 4073003?
    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    Hi Jim,

    I has been awhile since I mapped out that OS - I think the COS has a leading zero (i.e. 04073003) - so if you rename it to 04073003 it should work - just use caution until you are certain.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim_PA View Post
    Yes it does work! -- Joecar posted this last year about the same issue and I eventually found it -- Thanks! --

    "take note: each COS has a base OEM OS, meaning that you can rename the OEM OS to the COS's id."
    Yes, it should work, be sure to have the leading zero in the filename (04073003.cax) as Taz said.

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