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Old 10-04-2012, 03:34 AM
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I have a 325i e46 and I just installed INPA in my computer (XP) and It connects to the car perfectly as ignition and battery show as "on" however, I need instructions on how to read the codes in my car? some parts of the program are in german and also I believe I have some velocity sensor issues and I'm trying to figure out which sensor has gone bad or if is the yaw sensor underneath the driver seat or even the module. Sometimes INPA will say "can't connect to module" as well as my carsoft, but I was able to go to inpa and see live data while the ignition was on .

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