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Thumbs up FAQ--BMW GT1 DIS V57 SSS V39 Compatible with all Computer

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Q:Can GT1 do coding and programming?
A: YES.GT1 can do coding and programming.DIS is used for diagnose and SSS system is used to do coding and programming.It is good for diagnose cars,which is before 2005 years.
Q: What is the difference between GT1 and OPS?
A: They have one same function is diagnose.GT1 is good for cars before 2005 while OPS is good for cars after that,and OPS can do 2009 year models.OPS can do coding and programming for cars have fiber.

Test function :
Read faulty code ,clear faulty code ,data stream ,activate state,programming ,component test ,maintenance data information ,components location ,wiring diagram etc...,TIS AND DIS ARE SUPPLY all of system diagram of all of BMW car, Components location, maintainence method and coding information etc. Can do completely of BMW car system.


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