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Old 09-27-2016, 11:52 PM
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Default Cable Suggestion for E46 to use INPA and NavCoder

I have a cable (link below) that purchased from One Stop that support K Line and D Can but INPA and NavCoder are both having problems with it. INPA and NavCoder will recognize the cable and also show connection in INPA (Battery/Ignition highlighted on main INPA screen). When I go to scan a module, it cannot connect to it. I am able to use PA-Soft/BMW Scanner with no issues. Is it possible that I have a bad cable? Is their a cable that someone might recommend? I am trying to use this with a 2005 330i E46, if it matters.

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