Anyone using OBD II + Torque application?

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Anyone using OBD II + Torque application?

Post by Rav » Fri Jul 05, 2019 10:11 pm

I hadn't realised that my E46 B3 has an OBDII connector.

I bought an application called Torque - https://torque-bhp.com/ and found this quite useful on my previous cars.
Does anyone on the forum use similar?

Firstly, does it work? Do you get all the functionality?
Secondly, the location of the OBDII socket is a PITA - the flap come down and blocks the foot rest. Has anyone (Im looking @Charles) managed to find a way around this?

Many thanks
R
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Re: Anyone using OBD II + Torque application?

Post by Charles » Sun Jul 07, 2019 5:52 pm

Not me, Rav.

The only time the connection is used in mine is when stationary in the workshop.
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