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      05-20-2016, 10:03 AM   #1
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HELP: using INPA through cobb AP

I'll be trying to use INPA to open up the abs module while a bleed my brakes today.
Since this is my first time coding anything on my car, I dont have an OBDII cable that goes straight from OBDII to usb for my computer. My cobb ap does however plug into the car through the OBDII port, and I can plug the cobb unit into my computer through another cable, using the cobb unit as an adapter of sorts.
Will this work? Or do i need to go around looking for an obd cable that will connect straight to my computer.
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I'll be trying to use INPA to open up the abs module while a bleed my brakes today.
Since this is my first time coding anything on my car, I dont have an OBDII cable that goes straight from OBDII to usb for my computer. My cobb ap does however plug into the car through the OBDII port, and I can plug the cobb unit into my computer through another cable, using the cobb unit as an adapter of sorts.
Will this work? Or do i need to go around looking for an obd cable that will connect straight to my computer.
Thanks
Won't work. Need a DCAN cable.
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