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      10-23-2017, 02:27 PM   #1
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RI AREA - Looking for someone willing to code/calibrate N54 fuel injectors?

I drive a 2007 335i coupe. It was misfiring on C6 pretty bad so an independant shop replaced the injector for me but didn't calibrate it. I asked if they had and he just said "Don't worry you don't have to code fuel injectors." Obviously this isn't the case. I don't have a laptop or the cord to calibrate it myself and need help please. Anyone? I'll come to you.
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Did you take a picture or note the numbers on the new injector? We can try to meet up next week and I should be able to do it for you.
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Did you take a picture or note the numbers on the new injector? We can try to meet up next week and I should be able to do it for you.
Drive over to Acton and code mine while you are at it. I have it all written down. I couldn't get INPA to work on my laptop. I'll throw you some $$$ for your time.
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Did you take a picture or note the numbers on the new injector? We can try to meet up next week and I should be able to do it for you.
Drive over to Acton and code mine while you are at it. I have it all written down. I couldn't get INPA to work on my laptop. I'll throw you some $$$ for your time.
I have inpa software. Used it once. I'm in Acton if you need a hand let me know.
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I have inpa software. Used it once. I'm in Acton if you need a hand let me know.
Just sent you a message I am in Acton too. Thanks!
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