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Old 01-25-2016, 04:17 PM
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Coding lessons (F10)

Live Remote coding lessons!

I teach people how to code so you only pay once and then you can code whatever you want on your own. All you need is a cable and wifi, I'll also help you getting the cable if you need to. I'll guide you in a live session over a couple of options step by step and we'll code your car together until you feel comfortable doing it yourself. Its extremely easy once you learn the steps. Almost all options are coded fhe same way.

I am in PA and I can also teach or code in person but in reality is the same thing than doing it remotely. It will take about 2-4 hrs depending how fast you want to go after I show you where and how to get the software and the installation.

This will cost less than paying somebody to code your car once and hope you don't have to pay again if you want to change something or if the dealer resets your settings.

You pay 100% when you are satisfied otherwise I'll give you your money back. This is a hobby for me. We can do it nights or weekends. I only code Fs.


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Old 02-02-2016, 10:31 PM
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Pms replied! Thanks for the interest!
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Old 02-03-2016, 09:04 AM
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How much would cost to set up rheingold on windows 10 x64 ?
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Old 02-03-2016, 09:37 AM
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How much would cost to set up rheingold on windows 10 x64 ?
sorry, I don't deal with Rheingold or any diagnostic/maintenance software.
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Hi. After removing battery in e87 2005 118d then i put new battery car not starting. Some electrical problem may be immobiliser i guess .

Need to program my bmw . Also would like to learn some other tricks for bmw so i can fix electrical issue
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You don't need programming, you need diagnostics. Find someone with K+DCAN cable, OPS, OPPS, or ICOM and Rheingold or in your case, DIS.
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after battery removal not starting

found this cable on ebay would it be ok for 2005 118d 1series e87 ?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2819055871...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

what program i would need to use for diagnostic as i found that my cheap diagnostic tool is not showing any faults ...

i have heard of inpa , ediabas, ncs expert programs . downloaded them on my comp. will have to figure out how to use it. i am new to this .
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found this cable on ebay would it be ok for 2005 118d 1series e87 ?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2819055871...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

what program i would need to use for diagnostic as i found that my cheap diagnostic tool is not showing any faults ...

i have heard of inpa , ediabas, ncs expert programs . downloaded them on my comp. will have to figure out how to use it. i am new to this .
Cable is correct, although K+DCAN Cable quality varies greatly. Some work. Some don't.

For Diagnosis, you need INPA or ISTA/D Rheingold. NCS Expert is for coding, not diagnosis. EDIABAS is a low level ECU communication application used by other Applications (INPA, NCS Expert, WinKFP, ISTA, etc.), although it does include its on Tool32 application as well that can be used for crude diagnosis and ECU configuration.
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