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Old 01-22-2013, 10:13 AM   #2034
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My Ride: 2004 325i
Originally Posted by jchuillier View Post
Given my experience with their customer service I would be super careful with that update....

Painbreak you're right and I've pulled the cable out of the car but still it's hard to recommend this product to someone who can't do some coding himself or use a multimeter for the cable...
I wouldn't recommend the Enco or the Dynavin radio to someone who isn't comfortable tinkering. Neither one is going to give you a seamless, frustration-less experience. There's a level of comprehension that the user needs to have, in order to understand what's going on internally with these radios.

The Enco especially so, because we don't have Jeff to rely on. I mean, we have Charles, but... aaay, whatchagonnado, ah?
Is your car a Stu Stu Stammering Stan at 2800 RPMS? FLASH THE DME!
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