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    Please help me with the odometer reading from the BMW e-39. For the first time I got a odometer with an attached Module at the back.
    The module has the designation HW: 07 / SW: 12.
    Is it possible to read this counter from behind with pinout because I know that pulling the needle and spring is very difficult and sometimes the springs get damaged. I also don't have info what epprom is in this dash
    please help

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    Inside is eeprom M35080, some clusters also have 93S66.
    You need open cluster, remove needles, desolder eeprom and read it

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    This is old dash, no 35080.
    Easy programming trough diagnostic socket.
    If i helped you with your problem, please press Thanks and Rep button.

    Ask your questions in the forum, no response on private messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diagcar1 View Post
    This is old dash, no 35080.
    Easy programming trough diagnostic socket.

    Ok, I think you're right because i chek manual from DIGA 3 and ther is version with BC, However, the photos are a little different meter but they are the same plugs. This confused me. I will try through the diagnostic socket.
    Thank you for the information
    Regards

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    Ok .You are right , this is easy to do trough diagnostic socket. thanks

 

 

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