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Bmw Ista Enet Diagnostic Icom Obd Interface Cable F-series F01 F10 F07 F20 F30 on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
Location:

Wroclaw, Poland, PL

Wroclaw, Poland, PL
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Warranty:Yes

Up for sale is interface for F-series model which works with ISTA-D.

Using that interface you can diagnose F-series cars up to 2012 with ISTA-D.

Available language: English and German

 

Computer's requirements:

- Windows XP or Windows 7-32/64 bit
- Laptop:  at least dual core 2.0 CPU, 6G RAM
- Desktop: at least INTEL i3 CPU, 6G RAM
- 80GB free space on harddisk

 

Package:

- HQ interface for F-series

- ISTA-D 2.35 VMWARE free copy

- installation instruction and needed drivers

 

Warranty:  Yes

Payment:   PAYPAL is accepted only  

Shipping:  Shipment to 24 hours after payment!!!

 

Delivery time usually takes 4-15 working days by registered airmail to  European countries, USA, UK, Canada, Australia and others.

 

Each interface is tested before sending!!!!

BMW ENET interface

If you have any questions, please ask

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