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Bmw Icom A+b+c Diagnostic V50.4 / 2.37 Dell E6400 Full System! on 2040-parts.com

US $1,550.00
Location:

Renton, Washington, US

Renton, Washington, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details: Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:United States

 
BMW ICOM Diagnostic Tool with Dell E6400
(Native Install/ Offline)



This laptop is running the latest version of the BMW Icom software. The laptop is a Dell E6400.

The software on the laptop is natively installed. Not running in a virtual machine, which are much slower and very problematic when doing any sensitive flashing of the vehicle. This unit runs great with the software and has been bench tested many times to avoid issues. Will arrive ready to use!


September 2013 software version
ISTA P: 50.7
ISTA D: 2.37.8


This system supports native document printing from within ISTA D/P to USB flash drive in .xps format which then can be easily transferred to, or printed by, any windows based computer with a printer. All documents printed to USB flash drive are automatically labelled by Date, Time and Vin number for easy organization. Printing to usb flash drive is also very handy for the mobile mechanic who may not have the ability to have a printer while mobile.

Perfect for BMW shops or individuals looking for a complete system with full dealership diagnostics! Work with all BMW, MINI and Rolls Royce vehicles up to 2013.


I provide a 1 year warranty on this package. I also offer updates to the software version when available.
Ships from USA.


Laptop:
  • Dell E6400
  • 2.6 Ghz processor
  • 2GB Ram
  • Battery
  • A/C adapter

Package Contents:

  1. Dell E6400 laptop - includes battery and A/C adapter
  2. ISTA Diagnosing / Programming v50.4 software. OFFLINE (No internet required)
  3. Brand New ICOM diagnostic head A+B+C and all cables to program and diagnose up to 2013


ICOM A: Vehicles with OBD capability (Connect to ISIS/ISID with LAN)
ICOM B: For programming with fiber optic MOST port

ICOM C: Older model series with round diagnostic socket in engine compartment.


- ISTA D Will allow you to pull all error codes from your BMW's numerous control modules and use dealership level diagnostic tools to get to the root of your issue. You can also clear all check engine errors, reset service indicators, adaptations and activate/deactivate control module functions in real time.

- ISTA P- Will allow you to update existing module software, code new modules to work with your car and access Car and Key Memory. This will allow you to change various lighting, locking and key control functions. Many replacement modules such as DSC/ABS will not work with your car unless you code them to your car using programming software.


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