Just the thread I was looking for. Do any of the tools discussed show data in a graph form? Thing is that if you could see what a sensor is doing live and in graph form, it would be far easier to diagnose problems and see the health of sensors.
What's wrong with THIS FOR £20?
My garage charged me £20 to read a fault code!
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Dont really like the sound of that, surely dedicated BMW software would be better?
That is an ELM 327 cable, which reads generic OBD2 data, and it won't work on any BMWs before 2001, and even then, it won't read the diesels until after 2004.
Have a read through the first section of this
It'll give you an idea of what to look for.
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