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Old 04-30-2012, 08:16 PM
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Hello Forum,
I'm new to coding, but I'm interested in what I can do with my car. Any recommendations on where to find cables? :D


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Hello Forum,
I'm new to coding, but I'm interested in what I can do with my car. Any recommendations on where to find cables? :D
What is your ride? year? model? etc
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What is your ride? year? model? etc
I have a 95 740i, build month is 11/95. I think its a 20pin connector under the hood.
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That is tough, I have worked only on the newer standard 16 OBD connector. Sorry
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