Supra Coding Step By Step

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Has anyone used a different OBD tool other than OBDLink MX+? That one seems to sold out everywhere I look.
You can use Veepeak OBD2. It's much cheaper and works just fine. I originally used that one and sold it under the impression that I would be able to do more options with the OBDLink MX+. But they both work exactly the same. Cost me an extra $70 to find that out, so save yourself a few bucks and just go with that one.

https://www.amazon.com/Veepeak-OBDC...1&keywords=veepeak+obd2&qid=1586391914&sr=8-3




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I noticed changing the start up chime to the “i style” softened the super loud parking sensor beeps. Could be a bad thing for some, but found it to be an added bonus.
 

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This is what I’m going to try and code this weekend. Race Seat coding.

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I adjusted my heated seat temps higher under these menus in Expert Mode. I went with backrest level temps in C (35, 41, 50) & bottom (30, 36, 45). 50C is highest selection.
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I adjusted my heated seat temps higher under these menus in Expert Mode. I went with backrest level temps in C (35, 41, 50) & bottom (30, 36, 45). 50C is highest selection.
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Are you coding the Supra under the Z4 in bimmercode?
 

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We need the ASCM module!
 
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Anyone figure out how to code using factory Nav & CarPlay Nav at the same time? I would love a dual Nav going during road trips etc.
 

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How much is the unlock code?
 

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Looks like we need to use esys to get all the coding options needed for heavy modification.
 

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