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Post by Robert T » Sun 28 Oct, 2012 20:14


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UK
England - North West
Robert T - North Cheshire - BM Technic USB Cable and Software (INPA)
myredzed - Lytham St. Annes - Peake SRS diagnostic and reset tool
Jonco - Chester - BM Technics kit with 20 pin adaptor
sirius-c - Colne - Draper reset tool and INPA
JamesZ32.8 - Lancaster - BM Cables and Software
bertiejaffa - Stalybridge - diagnostic kit and laptop
Tufarlian - Middlewich - INPA with 20 pin adaptor

England - Central
pingu - East Derbyshire - ?
Brian4 - Hinckley - Carshack cable and 20-pin adapter + INPA

England - East
sharon1967 - Spilsby - Autel Maxidiag Eu702 OBD11 and 20 pin connector, reads/resets codes, airbag, service lights etc

England - South East
Bladerunner919 - High Wycombe, Bucks - Carsoft, DIS, INPA, Progman/SSS
bowie001 - Medway Towns, Kent and Sudbury, Suffolk - Carsoft, INPA and GT1
sebring - Hayes - BMTechnic, Inspection Reset and Thermostat Tools
keynun - South East London - DIS/INPA diagnostcs software and the ADS interface cable
gIzzE - Norfolk - airbag reset tool

England - South
zederbee - Camberley - INPA / DIS / SSS Progrman / Carsoft - Both OBDII and ADS interfaces
zxela - North Oxfordshire - Airbag reset tool and 32mm wrench for thermostat / water pump removal
TAV - Worthing - INPA + Both Connectors

England - South West
Gonorr - South Somerset - BM Technic INPA
charliebigpotato89 - Plymouth - SRS airbag code reader/reset tool

Scotland
Brian H - Perthshire - BM Technic cables and software

Wales - South West
colb - Newport - Engine Check Pro Software

France
OXO - Beaujolais - Airbag reset tool, and a code reader

Germany
Wolverine_1999 - Munich - diagnostic kit and laptop

Australia
Jont - Brisbane - Peak airbag reset tool, and a code reader

Locations are approximate to the nearest Motorway/Main Highway Junction to protect the addresses of those people listed

Cheers R.
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Post by Lewy » Sun 28 Oct, 2012 23:03

What a great thread, thanks :D You're not too far from me so when something goes wrong... ;)
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Post by BladeRunner919 » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 08:17

I'm near High Wycombe in Bucks and have Carsoft, DIS, INPA, Progman/SSS.

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Post by geminimustang » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 08:26

Any problems,i'm over to Stafford to see Rich,Zedonist.

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Post by bowei001 » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 08:31

I'm in the Medway Towns and Dartford, Kent and have Carsoft, INPA and GT1 (although GT1 is on a semi-portable desktop not on the laptop).

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Post by leemingz3 » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 10:50

Has anyone got one that is about 15000 kms S.E. of London-----Perth :lol:

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Post by BladeRunner919 » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 11:15

leemingz3 wrote:Has anyone got one that is about 15000 kms S.E. of London-----Perth :lol:
Happy to travel if you'll cover expenses!

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Post by Ian_C » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 12:43

I've got a Peake SRS diagnostic and reset tool. Mark me down as 'NW' and at M55 junction 4 Rob.
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Post by colb » Mon 29 Oct, 2012 21:38

Rob

Put me down at Jnc 28 M4 Newport, South Wales.
Engine Check Pro Software on my Laptop working on 16pin OBDII socket and under bonnet pay man socket.
Reports Codes and Clears them.
Can also view live running data Fuel Trims,Lambda Sensors.
Added airbag code reader and reset tool
Added Dash Command linked to Ipad via WiFi ELM327 Interface connected to under bonnet Pacman Socket or OBD2 socket under steering wheel.

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Post by pingu » Tue 30 Oct, 2012 20:24

M1 Jct 25
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Post by Robert T » Tue 30 Oct, 2012 22:30

What have you got, pingu?

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Post by Gonorr » Thu 01 Nov, 2012 13:50

BM Technic INPA. South Somerset.

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Post by pingu » Thu 01 Nov, 2012 19:50

Robert T wrote:What have you got, pingu?

Cheers R.
Airbag Reset
INPA (connected to a PC, so not portable)
SI Reset

Other tools for:
Viscous Fan Removal
Flywheel Locking (w/ gearbox off)
Valve Shim Removal
Manual Engine Turning
Gearbox Cradle (for clutch change)
Diff Bush Replacement
Driver Bit for Constant Pressure Valve
Hardtop Removal (long shafted T40)
Diff Oil Replacement (14mm Hexagon)
Camshaft Locking Tool
Crankshaft Locking Tool
All the tools need to overhaul S50 Vanos
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Re: ZRoadster.net Members with Diagnostic Kit

Post by swamper » Sat 10 Nov, 2012 19:17

got the airbag reset tool.
and a code reader that seems to work on everyones car but my own.
stockport if you need me
the badness makes me do it...!

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Post by shantybeater » Sat 24 Nov, 2012 20:44

What a wonderful thread! Well done guys!
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Post by DaveR6z4 » Thu 06 Dec, 2012 19:16

Hi guys,
I'm in the Staffordshire area, junction 15, can any please reset my airbag light.... When I put the sound deadening in I forgot to disconnect battery.... Doh,
Will pay or give donation to site,
Thanks Dave
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Post by Jonco » Wed 12 Dec, 2012 20:18

Hi Guys,
I'm in Chester - have just bought BM Technics kit with 20 pin adaptor. Have loaded the full package onto laptop (ouch - that's a lot of memory) but now have to work out how to use it and how much is actually of any use for my '98 1.9 auto. Currently reading RobertT's knowledge base write up. :? :head:

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Post by gookah » Wed 12 Dec, 2012 21:23

I have a large hammer and some duck tape if thats any use..
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Post by Jonco » Thu 13 Dec, 2012 09:32

Thanks Gookah - wish I had known that earlier - I broke my hammer and ran out of tape which is why I opted for the kit. Happy zedding :?

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Post by gookah » Thu 13 Dec, 2012 17:16

Jonco wrote:Thanks Gookah - wish I had known that earlier - I broke my hammer and ran out of tape which is why I opted for the kit. Happy zedding :?
I can lend you enough tape to fix the hammer....
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I have an element of 'M-styling' on my car, If that's a good enough reason for the manufacturers to adorn a 320 with the M badge, then its certainly a good enough reason for me..

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Post by Jonco » Thu 13 Dec, 2012 19:49

gookah wrote:
Jonco wrote:Thanks Gookah - wish I had known that earlier - I broke my hammer and ran out of tape which is why I opted for the kit. Happy zedding :?
I can lend you enough tape to fix the hammer....
Brilliant - but would fail risk assessment

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Post by Pierrick » Sat 22 Dec, 2012 00:16

I don't really want to create a new post for this...

Did anyone ever use this?
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Oil-Service-L ... 1c29109665

It's very cheap! And if it works I might buy one!

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Post by Pierrick » Sat 22 Dec, 2012 12:45

When you say the one with the airbag reset, are you talking about this one?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/10-in-1-Unive ... 337ba7849a

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Post by zederbee » Wed 16 Jan, 2013 17:04

Happy to have myself added to the list.

INPA / DIS / SSS Progrman / Carsoft

Have both OBDII and ADS interfaces.

Tea and biscuits on request :)
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Post by zxela » Sun 12 May, 2013 12:47

I am based in North Oxfordshire and have an airbag reset tool, and a 32mm wrench if you need to remove the thermostat / water pump.

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Post by littlefeller » Sun 12 May, 2013 21:31

you can add me to the diagnosis list in a couple of days, Evesham worcestershire

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Post by sirius-c » Wed 12 Jun, 2013 00:35

Colne (End of M65), Lancashire

Draper oil/Inspection reset tool.

INPA v9.0.7 (on a netbook, so its portable, but no portable printer)
with 20 pin round connector and Blue BMW USB to ODBII cable thingy-mi-bob.
works on my 1997 2.8 (20 pin under bonnet) to read and clear codes, view live data etc, so assuming it'll work with others and with ODBII.
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Post by OXO » Sun 23 Jun, 2013 11:18

I have an airbag reset tool, and a code reader.

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Post by bobandshar » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 21:03

We are in Spilsby Lincolnshire have an Autel Maxidiag Eu702 OBD11 and 20 pin connector, reads/resets codes, airbag, service lights etc.
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Post by Robert T » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 21:15

Map update. Keep 'em coming. :)

Cheers R.
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Post by Brian H » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 22:37

Thought I had my name down for this, but i cannot see me on the map, can you add me please - BM Technic cables and software.

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Post by Robert T » Mon 24 Jun, 2013 23:01

Just looked at where you are, Brian - I know that area quite well - stayed up there many times and played most of the local golf courses. :)

I'll add you now.

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Post by jont » Tue 25 Jun, 2013 06:36

I have a Peak airbag reset tool, and a code reader.
Brisbane Australia might be a bit far for some people to travel.

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Post by Brian H » Tue 25 Jun, 2013 07:29

Robert T wrote:Just looked at where you are, Brian - I know that area quite well - stayed up there many times and played most of the local golf courses. :)

I'll add you now.

Cheers R.
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Post by Jonco » Tue 25 Jun, 2013 09:25

Brian H wrote:................ If only I played :head:
We are all glad you don't - you wouldn't have the time to run your advice line on here :!: :)

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Post by Robert T » Tue 25 Jun, 2013 10:46

@jont - this forum has had visitors from 186 countries. Australia is ranked 10th with about 1% of the visits, with a good spread between Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland. I'm guessing that you're a darn sight nearer those people that us pommies. :)

@Brian - I don't play any more, but I have played both courses in my youth. We stayed at Morenish Lodge a few times, just up the road. I remember one year an RAF jet came down and the road was closed at Lochearnhead, and we had to drive a 60 mile detour to get back to the hotel. Think we might even have taken the caravan up there, but I was only a wee bairn then. :lol: Don't know if you encountered any of our hoodlums up there a couple of weeks ago, but about 250 Austin-Healeys were staying in Crieff and doing various outings round you all week.

Cheers R.

Edit: Clearly wasn't awake this morning - of course I mean jont, not jonco.
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Post by freds dad » Tue 25 Jun, 2013 12:42

Hi Robert I've got a code reader and an airbag reset tool that I bought recently to save you regular trips to Macc. I didn't know you we're a golfer. We shal have to have a round somewhere locally.

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Post by littlefeller » Thu 27 Jun, 2013 09:22

so how do you get a set of clubs in a z3 :lol:

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Post by Robert T » Thu 27 Jun, 2013 09:28

I don't any more as my back procludes me from playing, but I did manage to get a small bag in the boot a few times if I took the woods out.

Cheers R.

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Post by freds dad » Thu 27 Jun, 2013 16:43

littlefeller wrote:so how do you get a set of clubs in a z3 :lol:
You put the driver and trolley in the front passenger seat and the bag, shoes etc fit in the boot.

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Post by Jonco » Thu 27 Jun, 2013 17:58

freds dad wrote:
littlefeller wrote:so how do you get a set of clubs in a z3 :lol:
You put the driver and trolley in the front passenger seat and the bag, shoes etc fit in the boot.
It would be safer if the driver was in the driver's seat but I know what you mean :roflmao:

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Post by colb » Thu 04 Jul, 2013 20:51

Update on my equipment here in Newport South Wales
Add a B800 Airbag code and reset scanner

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Post by Brian H » Fri 05 Jul, 2013 17:14

Robert T wrote:............Don't know if you encountered any of our hoodlums up there a couple of weeks ago, but about 250 Austin-Healeys were staying in Crieff and doing various outings round you all week.

Cheers R.
I missed this robert first time round, saw loads of them around all week, it was great to see, a few foreign registrations as well I seem to remember?

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Post by littlefeller » Fri 12 Jul, 2013 21:02

oh yeh, forgot to mention, mine is the bm technics. anyone need to use it in Worcestershire just message me. 8-)

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Post by J9RRV » Tue 03 Sep, 2013 21:28

BV & JO D900 OBD/OBD2 Code Reader with 20pin lead - North Essex/Suffolk area

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Post by Robert T » Tue 03 Sep, 2013 22:18

Both added. Thank you.

Welcome to the forum, J9RRV. Very helpful first post. :)

Cheers R.
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Post by dazthephot » Tue 03 Sep, 2013 22:51

Over in Hull with a Peake Research tool and Airbag reset.

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Post by Robert T » Tue 03 Sep, 2013 22:53

Added, thank you, daz.

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Post by Gazza » Mon 18 Nov, 2013 16:02

Do any of these kits show the dates the faults occurred ? or can you interrogate the ECU to find out ?
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Post by Robert T » Mon 18 Nov, 2013 18:12

Not that I've discovered yet, G. Only definitve way I found is to clear the codes and then run the car. The ECU has an idea of the time though, so it might be in there somewhere, just not that I've seen with INPA. There is an occurrence count, which at least tells you how often an event has happened and a many events also record the RPM and engine temp, so you know whether the car was warmed up or not.

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