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      11-06-2006, 02:16 PM   #1
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Seeking E90 diagnostic port pin configuration

If any one has detailed info on the E90 diagnostic port pin configuration, I'd greatly appreciate your help. I am looking for a break down of the pin assignment (i.e. K-line, L-line, power, etc.) to determine the feasibility of a project.
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Its OBD-II so it should be standard
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Thanks, however I was looking for more detailed info beyond the standard OBD-II interface level. In particular, does the diagnostic port have connections for the CAN bus and if so which pins cooresponds to those.
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Thanks, however I was looking for more detailed info beyond the standard OBD-II interface level. In particular, does the diagnostic port have connections for the CAN bus and if so which pins cooresponds to those.
That sounds like a E90Fleet question.
or maybe
///Matt can help on this one.
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i've looked for the CAN bus pins in the OBD-II port before, it appears to be missing from the euro spec e90s...

but i think CAN bus can be found on the radio harness...
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i've looked for the CAN bus pins in the OBD-II port before, it appears to be missing from the euro spec e90s...

but i think CAN bus can be found on the radio harness...
Thanks. If this holds true for the US spec E90 then I guess I have some work to do.
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