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Old 03-08-2013, 05:31 AM
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Hi guys, I'm new to this forum and trying to get something to diagnose and test for my 2000 E46 323i. I heard about PA soft and INPA, but I have no idea where I can get one. I'm looking for a budget BMW scanner, not anything fancy as GT1. Would you guys give me some suggestion? Thank you very much


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PA soft 1.40 is imo the best all round scanner for the E46. Can code things like windows and auto lock etc etc. Do alarm sounds and light activation, and also calibrate the steering angle sensor if needs be. Excellent tool

INPA is also very good, but out of the two, pa soft is by far the better one.
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PA soft 1.40 is imo the best all round scanner for the E46. Can code things like windows and auto lock etc etc. Do alarm sounds and light activation, and also calibrate the steering angle sensor if needs be. Excellent tool

INPA is also very good, but out of the two, pa soft is by far the better one.
Thanks a lot. I would love to make sure if this interface ([Only for registered users... ]) is the right one for me?
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Looks like it has everything! Maybe a bit too involved if you just want 1.40 pa soft for an E46 though.

You tried eBay?
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Looks like it has everything! Maybe a bit too involved if you just want 1.40 pa soft for an E46 though.

You tried eBay?
Thx for your answer, I haven't try eBay but I would love to start up with PA Soft and then move forward to advance BMW Diagnose stuff, cuz I plan to buy BMW in the future :). So that item is pretty much right for me?
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Thanks for all your help guys. I bought it and it is a fantastic software
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