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Old 04-06-2018, 07:10 PM
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Hey guys, first and foremost, I wanted to say, this site is a wealth of information. Now I am still learning, and am trying to find the info on my own, so if I do, I'll get rid of the post. Thanks in advance

Im a newer BMW owner, I have a 2004 BMW Z4 2.5i. The help I need is, my odometer has some dead pixels. Now, I need to keep track of mileage for reimbursement. Lucky me, the pixels are dead on the mileage reading. So outside of replacing the cluster.....(eprom programing, etc..) I got a INPA K+DCAN cable and got the software installed. I am able to connect to the car, I can read and clear codes, but I cant read the mileage. I might just be looking in the wrong area, but i was using INPA and i saw the vin, options on the car, etc. The mileage reads 0. Does anyone have any experience, or dealt with a similar issue before? Thanks again, and i'll keep you guys updated.

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