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    it does work on DIS V57, you do get the measuring system error, but you ignore it, worked perfectly on 2001 325ci
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bmw techy View Post
    search "inpa" on ebay, seller is something like bm-cables . £24.99 and you get everything you need, including inpa, Dis v57 and SSS v32, TIS. however i cannot make my cable connect to the SSS.
    is it this?
    BMW SCANNER Ediabas obd2 INPA 4 compatible Interface | eBay

    cannot find one being sold by bm-cables
    the one your talking about would work with 20 pin OBD1 right?
     
     

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    Here it is mate.
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    Oh right cheers,
    I'm assuming you have bought an adapter to use with your E36?
     
     

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    Yea, but a different one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    Yea, but a different one.
    Hi Mistreku.

    Could you let me know which other leads and interfaces/ads adapters you are using? And what Operating System are you running on your laptop? Did you have any problems getting the software to work with a USB cable?

    Thankyou..
     
     

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    I have these. I'm running XP SP3 on a Dell D620. I haven't tried USB cables, mine connects through an RS232 port (9 pin serial) on COM1, as from what I read/been told, the USB cables wouldn't connect to everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danidge View Post
    is it this?
    BMW SCANNER Ediabas obd2 INPA 4 compatible Interface | eBay

    cannot find one being sold by bm-cables
    the one your talking about would work with 20 pin OBD1 right?
    I have this one and the interface is a 'true' rs232 connection which is what I have on my old T20 laptop.
    Comes with INPA and TIS only.

    However looking at the one mistreku has highlighted it looks like I might have to get that one as well for the 'extra' software (DIS/SSS) that comes with it and could be handy.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyiow View Post
    I have this one and the interface is a 'true' rs232 connection which is what I have on my old T20 laptop.
    Comes with INPA and TIS only.

    However looking at the one mistreku has highlighted it looks like I might have to get that one as well for the 'extra' software (DIS/SSS) that comes with it and could be handy.


    Hi Andyiow,

    You might not NEED that 'Do-It-Auto' Adapter Mistreku has highlighted for your newer model cars. That Adapter is mainly for the older models - E36's etc.

    You can check the round 20 pin under bonnet Socket/Connector to make sure.
    If it HAS a Socket for a Pin in number 15 (They are all numbered, look closely) then yes you WILL need the Adapter in Mistreku's post above. If the Pin Socket is not there and its empty, rejoice, thats £80 odd quid you dont have to spend!

    You can get the EasyDiss or SSS software for free by searching BMW Forums like this...
     
     

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