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Old 06-25-2019, 11:25 PM
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Hello,
I soldered pin 7 and 8 exactly in the picture but both INPA and ISTA not working at all.
Please help.
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Old 06-25-2019, 11:26 PM
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I now have my software working. It turns out my cable requires Pins 7+8 soldered together - once I did that, INPA can read the DSC ECU (amongst others)!

I can even use ISTA-D with my E53 now.

The downside is - the cable probably won't work for any newer BMWs. That's fine, I'll order another.
Hello,
I soldered pin 7 and 8 exactly in the picture but both INPA and ISTA not working at all.
I also checked the cable pin out, pin 8 is normal no connection. Not sure where FoupointEight got this information?
Please help.

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