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I see no reason why it shouldn't,all it needs now is for someone to start making those magic boxes you plug into the OBD socket,and it does it all for you.

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also says:

In the list is the detail operating instruction

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First you need to find your

OBD-II interface. If you are not sure about the place you can find the
picture in (SZKVW.com).Then
turn the ignition switch to "ON" (ignite or not are both ok).Then plug
the KVW100 to OBD-II interface. (must plug it tight) And KVW100 will
give a long beep. This is the first time to use it so it is in the mode
of update. The update time is about 2 minutes. If KVW100 give 3 short
beeps, then congratulation, you car has been updated successfully. It
has the function of RCA and WRA. Now can pull the KVW100 out from OBD-II
interface. If KVW100 give continuous short beeps we will have to say:
update failed. You pull it out, then plug it to OBD-II interface again
after 2 seconds (you can try

6
times at most)

so six cars?
 

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Quote from site [:(]It is very easy to use KVW100.You only need to plug it to stand OBD-II interface of VW cars. Do not need to replace the chips and do not need to unscrew a screw.(one KVW100 can only update one car)he he too late [:D]
 

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Quote from site [:(]It is very easy to use KVW100.You only need to plug it to stand OBD-II interface of VW cars. Do not need to replace the chips and do not need to unscrew a screw.(one KVW100 can only update one car)he he too late [:D]
We need to Email Vagproducts and say That I want to update my wifes car at the same time can i be done??
 
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