Thanks guys. The injector coding looks pretty simple and it just uses INPA. Once i get all of that settled i want to start playing around with the coding (during off the chime... that sort of stuff) I wasnt really sure on the relationship between INPA and NCSExpert... it seems there really isnt any for coding other than using INPA to make sure you are talking to the modules... at least thats my limited understanding of how everything works at the moment. Im sure once i get the actual tools and can start playing around i can do more.
Perhaps i take that back... Maybe INPA holds the translation files that allow NCSE to talk to the modules... its some obscure relationship like that.
335I - 2007 - JB4
X5 - 2009
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