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I have a 53reg x5 and on the screen it says fuel injection sytem and the engine tone changes

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2005 BMW and from this year as its a europeon market vehicle you cannot read the codes as its all encrypted so itsa a dealer only job ,sorry for the bad news now if it was an american market vehicle then you would be able to read the codes

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