Darn. I watched a YouTube video today of a guy using INPA on what he claimed was a 1997 Z3 and saw you could get the software at no charge so ordered a USB cable today as that was cheap option to try.Being a 1997 car its not going to have OBD2 and some scanners will not communicate with it, early cars required a true serial interface cable to connect and run INPA on a laptop. The usb cables used on OBD2 cars will not work on the early cars. The change over to OBD2 came about around 1998/9.
I have the '98 1.9 model and can use INPA on most modules but Instrument Cluster needs the interface/serial port.Darn. I watched a YouTube video today of a guy using INPA on what he claimed was a 1997 Z3 and saw you could get the software at no charge so ordered a USB cable today as that was cheap option to try.
Does it do all the basics without having to pay to open features?I bought an Autophix 7910 to do son's girlfriend's 120D, and it also works fine with his 1998 Z3.
See here for the links: https://zroadster.org/threads/odb2-adapter.54981/post-758253
@t-tony What C4 is it ? I have a Delphi DS150E Clone which appears to include airbag up to 2012. If I select the later "[11-]" version, it doesn't show airbag. There's plenty of Delphi clones out there at reasonable prices.I did an update on my Foxwell on Monday evening. While I was doing it I considered buying some Citroen software as a friend is having intermittent fault with the Airbag system on his C4. When I looked into it they don’t do software for Citroen, Peugeot, Renault or any French cars. That’s tells me something.
Thank you Peter I do have a Delphi clone (thanks mate, you know who you are) but as you say up to 2012 which is where it runs out of steam as this C4 is a 2016 unfortunately. I am confident the fault is in one of the connectors under the drivers seat cos the couple in question are like little and large, consequently the seat is constantly being moved. If I had the software to be able to delete the light I would have the seat out and try but they live in Co. Durham.