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    Quote Originally Posted by joylove View Post
    Shame they didn't go the last step and add a switch to route data to the L line based on DTR, to make it E36 compatible. Would have shipped a load more units to E36/Z3 owners I think.



    It is compatible with the E36

    See list of compatible cars here

    http://www.hickleys.com/pdf/bavarian_matrix.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by davy_b View Post
    It is compatible with the E36

    See list of compatible cars here

    http://www.hickleys.com/pdf/bavarian_matrix.pdf

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    Interesting list, they quote support for the steering angle sensors, rain sensor, steering wheel ECU and centre console switching centre which the E36 was never available with.

    Also the radio and sunroof are not even connected to the diagnostic bus, and I don't think the car ever shipped with memory seats either.

    But hey, that's cut and paste for you.

    I guess NealP can tell us if it really does support all the ECUs in an E36.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by davy_b View Post
    So do you recommend the bavarian technic Nealp ???
    For no nonsense fault code reads, reset, adaptations, activations and live data monitoring, it's great. But I only have a enthusiast version, so cannot code. Need a pro version for that, so looking into SSS or NCS Expert instead.

    Quote Originally Posted by joylove View Post
    I guess NealP can tell us if it really does support all the ECUs in an E36.
    Cable programmed to my VIN so can't really tell you mate . From the software side of E36 models, it does pick up most DME versions.
     
     

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    just looks like a nice up to date, current GUI over the original INPA GUI to me..


    looks more windows based folder system friendly if anything else....
    330i sport a big chunk of berlin...

     
     

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