huhFirst I would EDIT out your phone number!
Autozone will not be able to scan for anything other than Emissions related codes, if that! You need to get the correct scanner/software online or visit an indy/dealer who will have the right equipment.
So this generic scanner reads fault codes in the DSC, Auto transmission, ABS, Cluster Memory etc?huh
a scanner scans the entire car. no special scanner is needed for our trucks. i've been using a generic scanner with zero issues.
zulu95 is right. I started with a generic scanner. Doesn't read anything but emissions stuff. Had to buy a BMW specific scanner. Only $73. Well worth the money.So this generic scanner reads fault codes in the DSC, Auto transmission, ABS, Cluster Memory etc?
Makes me wonder why people would pay for the likes of this PA Soft Scanner Software?
A $30 Generic OBD II scanner will not read BMW module fault codes or reset them. It will read the standard OBD II fault codes relating to emissions equipment NOT anything else.
My wife said the same thing on our X5. What I did was decrease rim size and then put a tire that has a bit more "balloon" to it. She enjoys it much more. The handling hasn't been affected to much. You can feel a slight difference when going fast into a corner. It it was easy to get used to.Wrong forum delete this. Hi everybody, I'm new. I have my dad's 2001 BMW X5-3.0i and I am happy with the new car. But it has the sport suspension and the ride is too rough for me.
You can edit your posts by 1st, signing in...then click on the EDIT button located on the lower right of your thread (it's right next to the QUOTE button). You will only see the edit button on your own posts...not other's.... Not sure how to edit my post?....
To many Cliff Klaven posting bad info as usual. OBD II scanner only scans emission related PIDs. To read the PIDs for modules like DSC, ABS, LKM, AC, SRS, etc you need a scanner that is specific to BMW or a $10,000 Snap On Verus Pro.zulu95 is right. I started with a generic scanner. Doesn't read anything but emissions stuff. Had to buy a BMW specific scanner. Only $73. Well worth the money.