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Where do you hook up a scan tool to read trouble codes on a 1998 bmw 528i?

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All 1996 and newer BMW vehicles utilize a "D" style plug-in connector that connects to the code reader. On most vehicles the connector is located under dash board driver's side right under steering column.

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If its not under the dash its probably in the center console

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