Under the hood, near the engine there is a round thing with a screw top. Unscrew it to reveal the "outlet" you plug into.sechscylinder said:Where's the connector and what does it look like?
AFAIK, the only thing I know of other than DIS and MoDIC that can access BMW-specific functions is the Assenmacher Retriever, which is something like $3k with the proper modules.sechscylinder said:All that was said above is correct according to the guy at the comapny that sells the product I was looking at getting. The software accesses features through the OBDII connector under the drivers side dash. However, it is limited to only doing read functions, unlike the Vag-Com software (www.ross-tech.com), that I am currently using on my VW. It can change various settings also. Anybody know if this type of software is available for BMWs?:banghead:
What's going to be the cost for a Software Assurance license for upgrades? And how long can I get it for? I plan on driving the rest of my life, so can I just let M$ own me for that long of a duration? That would really be the easiest solution.Kaz said:
No, but make sure you always have a CD with the latest service release and patches ready to go.
Since the post count won't go up on the off topic threads guess where the off topics go??? :lmao:sechscylinder said:HELLO!!!! This was ment to be a serious thread!
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