OK, got some more testing done with the Tech 2 and TIS 2000 program: Tech 2 View: Computer representation of Tech 2 Screen. You can control Tech 2 with computer keyboard. Service Programming System: If you forget to put security key in PC. With security key connected. Not actually connected to car.
GM Tech 2 Test Results: Yes & No as well as FAQ. Big thanks to the real users. GM Tech2 Yes: GM trucks 1999 and 2013 climate control H2 Hummer 2003 Chevy Silverado 2500 6.0l 4L80E diagnose the scan bus, modules and ABS system to determine 2004 Chevy Tahoe LT.
Here is the GM Tech 2 PATHING DOCUMENT that every TECH 2 Owner should have. You work BACKWARDS from what you want to see. See the attach PDF Document: Look at MISFIRE in the chart and on the Tech2 Go to Special Functions, Powertrain and then misfire graphic Misfire Graphic –
The Candi Module should not plugged into your GM Tech 2 unless you’re working on a later car ..generally 2005 plus. Olders car from 96 should NOT have the Candi Module attached. OBD I only has 1 ground, so 12 pin adapter connects signal and chassis ground to the Tech 2
Tech 2 Scan Tool on Hummer H2 above 2007… Possible to do programming? what to do in that case? Yes! Actually it does the programming just fine on newer than 2007 GM vehicles! You must: Pay for an ACDelco TDS subscription for vehicles above 2007 and you would use the CANDI
I used the tis 2000 disc for ecm updates. TIS2000 CD for GM TECH2 GM Car Model since the TIS200 has all the firmware needed for cars up to 2009, and does not need to connect to GM to pull them down. As for the 2010 to 2013 cars, need
This is Trollhattan’s contribution for those thinking about playing using a Tech 2 Scan Tool, here’s somewhat info concerning the computer software specifications after you have got your hands on a Tech 2 handset. Firstly, I’m by no implies an specialist on this getting only not too long ago got
I just did a “Fast-Learn” on a G8’s 6L80E last week with mine. A Snap-On MODUS was not able to do this. There are simply factory diagnostic procedures that a T2 can do on GM vehicles that no other tool can. But yes, to reflash PCM’s, TCM’s, etc, you need