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Old 01-12-2018, 07:13 AM
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Default Adjust Air Suspension with BMW Scanner?

Hello friends,
I'm a fan of BMW from Bulgaria / Europe. Our fan club is big compared to the population of our country. But none of these 92k + users could not answer me: can i code / adjust or reset Air Suspension of BMW E53 2001 with this BMW Scanner 1.4.0 software? Please if any of you know to help me because I have an urgent need for calibration? Thanks fellas!


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Proubally yes, bot only the BC message.

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