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How to upload captured data by GM TECH2 TIS2000

Topic:  How to upload captured data by using GM Tech 2 Scan Tool.

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I hope TIS2000 can give more useful info regarding troubleshooting on C5 than a coloring book .
The Tech2 can record snapshots ( two I think) of a number of parameters. These snapshot recordings can be started by a DTC or manual started pressing the Tech 2 keypad .
These snapshots can later be uploaded from Tech 2 to the PC with TIS2000 and replayed as shown on the sceendump below.

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It’s a neat feature for someone who doesn’t have another way to do a datalog.
Sure was worth the money I spent.

How to Bleed ABS on Corvette with GM Tech II

Bleeding ABS on Corvette with GM Tech II by following the next procedure.

Perform a manual or pressure bleeding procedure. If the desired brake pedal height results are not achieved, perform the automated bleed procedure below.
The procedure cycles the system valves and runs the pump in order to purge the air from the secondary circuits normally closed off during normal base brake operation and bleeding. The automated bleed procedure is recommended when air ingestion is suspected in the secondary circuits, or when the BPMV has been replaced.

Automated Bleed Procedure
Notice: The Auto Bleed Procedure may be terminated at any time during the process by pressing the EXIT button. No further Scan Tool prompts pertaining to the Auto Bleed procedure will be given. After exiting the bleed procedure, relieve bleed pressure and disconnect bleed equipment per manufacturer’s instructions. Failure to properly relieve pressure may result in spilled brake fluid causing damage to components and painted surfaces.
1. Raise the vehicle on a suitable support.
2. Remove all four tire and wheel assemblies.
3. Inspect the brake system for leaks and visual damage. Refer to Brake Fluid Loss or Symptoms – Hydraulic Brakes. Repair or replace as needed.
4. Inspect the battery state of charge.
5. Install a scan tool.
6. Turn ON the ignition, with the engine OFF.
7. With the scan tool, establish communications with the Professional Diagnostic Tool. Select Special Functions. Select Automated Bleed from the Special Functions menu.
8. Bleed the base brake system.
9. Follow the scan tool directions until the desired brake pedal height is achieved.
10. If the bleed procedure is aborted, a malfunction exists. Perform the following steps before resuming the bleed

procedure:
– If a DTC is detected, refer to Diagnostic Trouble Code
(DTC) List and diagnose the appropriate DTC.
– If the brake pedal feels spongy, perform the conventional brake bleed procedure again.
11. When the desired pedal height is achieved, press the brake pedal in order to inspect for firmness.
12. Remove the scan tool.
13. Install the tire and wheel assemblies.
14. Inspect the brake fluid level.
15. Road test the vehicle while inspecting that the pedal remains high and firm.
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Free download GM TECH 2 PATHING DOCUMENT

Here is the GM Tech 2 PATHING DOCUMENT that every TECH 2 Owner should have. You work BACKWARDS from what you want to see.

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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 – Engine > Engine Controls > Special Functions > Powertrain Control Module
Misfire Graphic – Powertrain > Special Functions
Misfire Graphic – Powertrain > Special Functions > Special Functions (PCM)

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For July, we prepared a special Offer for following tools, if you need them, please don’t miss this discount:

1. GM Tech 2 Tech 2 Diagnostic Scanner Tool Full Package with GM TIS2000 Software

259USD DHL fast shipping
Original Price: 285USD

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GM Tech2Win Software Free Download

What is GM Tech2Win?

GM Tech2Win is an application version of the Tech 2 and CANdi (Control Area Network diagnostic interface) moduleTech2Win can be used during a vehicle road test, offering a larger screen with all of the Tech 2 Scan Tool functionality. The Tech2Win application offers all of the features and functions of the Tech 2 for Opel, Saab etc.

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Tech2Win Software Features:

1.Tech2Win is designed to be used for diagnostic function(No programming function)

2.Service programming function can only through the TIS2Web service programming system (SPS)

3.Cover the same vehicle models as Tech2

4.Detect the computing power of PC as well as the speed of the GM MDI diagnostic interface

5.Provide faster operation that a Tech2 scan tool with CANdi module

GM Tech2Win Software Functions:

The software’s diagnostic features and reporting capabilities include reading and clearing diagnostic trouble codes, viewing data parameters, operating output controls, and executing system tests.

Tech2Win Support Languages:

Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, German, English (either British or American), Greek, Spanish, Finnish, French, Croatian, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional)

GM Tech2Win Download:

Original GM Tech2Win Download,you need to subscribe on Official ACDelco website,and download it by TIS2web(cost extra money)

Original GM Tech2Win Subscription Price:

Tech2Win Subscription Option

3 Days $55

1 Month $225

1 Year $775

GM Tech2Win System Installation Requirements:

Processor:Intel Core i3, i5, i7 4thGen

System Memory(RAM):4GB

Hard Disk Drive:256GB

USB Ports:4

Display:17” 1366*768

Network Adapter:Wired–Gibabit,Wireless–802.11n

Operating System:Window 7/8/10

Cracked GM Tech2win software for GM MDI software activation
when you install tech2win software, and try to update or run tech2win software, your license has expired on GM MDI tech2win software, show: “e667481 your license has expired or does not exist, following error picture:

Solution 1: if tech2win’license has expired, you need renew it, If you have TIS2web you should have a security icon you can click on.. Make sure tech2win is running in the background, just click ok at the E667481 error, you don’t even need the MDI plugged in for this either.. Once you follow the prompts thru the security process you’ll have another 30 days.

Solution 2: If you don’t have TIS2Web, you also can modify the system time, attempt to get the new license.

Solution 3: you can crack the tech2win software, or install cracked version tech2win software, the tech2win software remove license limitation, and which does not check the bin against a whitelist. It will try and run any GM tech2 bins file, We offer third soution, and sell cracked tech2win software. you can free add any tech2 bins file to tech2win software

Engine?Control?Module Recovery by GM MDI or Tech 2

This is step-by-step instruction on how to do engine control module recovery on Cadillac cars.

Modules tested successfully with the tools and guide below:
2009 Buick?Enclave
2007-2009 Cadillac CTS, SRX, STS
2009 Chevrolet Traverse
2007 GMC Acadia
2009 GMC Acadia
2007 Saturn OUTLOOK
2009 Saturn OUTLOOK

Diagnostic tool:
GM MDI module
GM Tech 2 scanner
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Engine control module recovery procedure:
1. Disconnect the programming device.
2. Power down the control modules connected to the GMLAN bus by disconnecting the positive?battery?cable for 2 minutes.
3. Reconnect the positive battery cable.
4. Determine which programming device will be used to perform the recovery steps.
If using GM MDI Scan Tool, connect to the programming station or Notebook using a cable (LAN). Proceed to Step 5 and then Steps 6-8.
If using a Tech 2 proceed to Steps 6-8.
5. Reboot the programming station or Notebook. This is to make sure nothing is in memory.
OBD2 Note: Selecting Replace and Reprogram from the Select Diagnostic Tool and Process Screen is REQUIRED because some of the calibrations may be erased from the initial attempt to reprogram the module.
6. Reprogram the engine control module. Select Replace and Reprogram from the Select Diagnostic Tooland Process Screen.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the programming event.
8. Clear all DTCs using the GM Tech 2 or GDS.

GM Tech 2 Buying Guide

Received the Tech 2 Scan Tool clone today. Five days from China, not bad for free shipping. Checked it out and everything is working fine except the AC-to-12VDC power adapter (dead). No problem, because I can get one anywhere for $5. In short, that is a nice piece of equipment to have, very nice!

Aside from working beautifully with OBD2 Scanner, the tech2 is the scanner for GM OBD1 to use. with the right software (plug in chips like nintendo cartridges) it’ll do some daewoo/suzuki, GM medium duty (meaning bigger than 3500 using non automotive OBD2 standards), and other in the GM MDI Diagnostic Tool family tree too.

In addition to generic codes (P0000-P0999) It’ll do all the proprietary GM codes (P1xxx), actuators, and systems. you can also view fuel trims, emissions readyness (beyond a green LED for all OK) and It’ll talk to ALL the modules rather than just the ECM (and if you get into the $250+scanners, ABS) like BCM, SIR, entertainment, EVERYTHING on a GM. At school I used one with a 91+ cartridge on my 87 S10, so going back further is hit or miss but posible.

To adjust shift points and fuel consumptiona and Speedo, forget it.

The TECH2 can’t do any sort of modding/tuning, only upload GM flashes. At least with legitimate software. I’m sure someone has custom software to do it but there are easier ways nowadays.

Is it worth if you just want to read/clear codes on your own car once in a while, heck no. If you’re doing a lot of work on GMs or want to get a lot more in depth with your car, it’s worth the money.

No comment on China knockoff quality, I mean a working Tech 2 Scanner, Chinese made or not.

See my tech 2 scan tool. It’s working well.

(put the site here and i hope i don’t break the rule; if you don’t need it, forget it!
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GM scan tool MDI or Tech 2 original or clone

Looking for a GM MDI interface or Tech 2 scanner and don’t know which one (original or clone) should you take?

Here you go.

Part 1: GM MDI or GM Tech 2

Part 2: Tech 2 original or clone?

– How to find the original or fake.

– worth to have a Tech 2 China clone?

Part 3: GM MDI genuine or fake?

– what’s the difference of MDI genuine & clone?

– GM MDI china clone any good?

Part 1: GM MDI or Tech 2

Tech 2 scan tool has become obsolete for shop use as of late. It still has a lot of capability and will do anything you need for the older platforms but it needs the CANdi module to work with any of the new stuff. The MDI is a 1 shot deal for all the newer PCMs and will still work on the older stuff too. I sold my Tech 2 and bought an MDI last year, haven’t missed the Tech 2 since. Then again I’ve got a Genysis scanner I use for all my typical diagnostics & probing.

However, the MDI requires a GM log-in with monthly access to GM’s website. That’s it’s only draw back for the enthusiast who wants a GM caliber scanner. The Tech 2 can be updated within itself and doesn’t require the internet, the MDI does.

If you’re running a shop, get an MDI. For the garage warrior or enthusiast, get a Tech 2. Just don’t fall for these $350 pieces of garbage.

You can say that, Tech2win is a pain the the butt. It never updates security correctly for the 30 day window and that using GM computers and login info. The tech 2 is great for code reading, viewing data. The MDI is pretty much only used for programming but its needs on certain 10+ platforms and all 15+ to view data through GDS. All MDI functions require a GM subscription.

Part 2: Tech 2 original or clone?

First, How to find the original or fake.

It is very simple. The first thing I look, it’s the memory card slot, open it up and look at the cover, if you see the stamp of the body exactly original. Next, the original at all wires and Candy use aluminum. As different numbers on the back cover, the photo you will see the difference. Sometimes it comes and all labels need to glue yourself.

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Second, worth to have a Tech 2 China clone?

In short, that is a nice piece of equipment to have, very nice!

Aside from working beautifully with OBD2 Scanner, the tech2 is the scanner for GM OBD1 to use. with the right software (plug in chips like nintendo cartridges) it’ll do some daewoo/suzuki, GM medium duty (meaning bigger than 3500 using non automotive OBD2 standards), and other in the GMdistant family tree too.

In addition to generic codes (P0000-P0999) It’ll do all the proprietary GM codes (P1xxx), actuators, and systems. you can also view fuel trims, emissions readyness (beyond a green LED for all OK) and It’ll talk to ALL the modules rather than just the ECM (and if you get into the $250+scanners, ABS) like BCM, SIR, entertainment, EVERYTHING on a GM. At school I used one with a 91+ cartridge on my 87 S10, so going back further is hit or miss but posible.

To adjust shift points and fuel consumptiona and Speedo, forget it.

The Professional Diagnostic Tool TECH2 can’t do any sort of modding/tuning, only upload GM flashes. At least with legitimate software. I’m sure someone has custom software to do it but there are easier ways nowadays.

Is it worth if you just want to read/clear codes on your own car once in a while, heck no. If you’re doing a lot of work on GMs or want to get a lot more in depth with your car, it’s worth the money.

No comment on China knockoff quality, I mean a working tech2, Chinese made or not.

Tech 2 scan tools are verified working:

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All of GM Tech2 are same functions,they are just from different factory.
SP23,SP23-1 the same,just the package case is different,one is with plastic case,one not.
SP23-B,SP23-B3 the same factory,the packing is different,one is with plastic case,one not.

Reviews talk a lot. Use with relief.

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GM Tech II disable alarm on Saab 2003 9-3

Here’s my personal review on GM Tech2 clone Professional Diagnostic Tool with my Saab 2003 9-3. Big thanks to those who help me a lot in the thread.
Model:
Saab 2003 9-3
Saab 2004 9-5

Issue:
the dreaded “alarm randomly going off” issue on my 2003 9-3

Purpose:
to diagnose and/or disable the alarm

Considering the following:
GM Tech 2 scan tool Link here:

http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/gm-tech2-gm-diagnostic-scanner-with-32mb-card-tis2000.html

I also have a 2004 9-5. I’m starting tho think that it would be wise to invest in a Tech 2 Scan Tool. as I usually do most of my own repairs.

Puzzle:
Is there some other Saab-specific card or software I need on top of this product?

Suggestion from folks:
You will need the Tech 2 and Saab 32MB card (specify when buying clone) listed in the link above. Those two alone should be able to read DTCs, I believe. To get security access and make changes via Tech 2 at CnAutotool, you will need an older Windows?XP laptop with built in serial port – a newer computer running a virtual machine program & serial to usb adapter should also work – and the Tis2000/GlobalTIS software.

Personal opinion: The Tech 2 in the link you posted is priced a bit higher than most ($349 vs $319). You might want to read back a few pages in this thread for some links to other sellers with better pricing and more sales.
My GM Tech2 scanner hq clone is paid for $319. It is with with a 32MB card and TIS2000 software CD.

Eidt: Tech II review:
Received the parcel today. All are packed well in a box and the machine looks good…. I will try it tomorrow and update here… I should be working good i think.
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GM Tech2 Disable Alarm on Saab 2003 9-3 review

Here’s my personal review on Professional Diagnostic Tool GM Tech2 clone diagnostic scanner with my Saab 2003 9-3. Big thanks to those who help me a lot in the thread.

Model:
Saab 2003 9-3
Saab 2004 9-5

Issue:
the dreaded “alarm randomly going off” issue on my 2003 9-3

Purpose:
to diagnose and/or disable the alarm
Considering the following:

GM Tech 2 scan tool Link here:

http://www.cnautotool.com/goods-1568-GM+Tech2+GM+Scanner+-CANdi++TIS.html

I also have a 2004 9-5. I’m starting tho think that it would be wise to invest in a tech2. as I usually do most of my own repairs.

Puzzle:
Is there some other Saab-specific card or software I need on top of this product?

Suggestion from folks:
You will need the Tech 2 Scanner and Saab 32MB card (specify when buying clone) listed in the link above. Those two alone should be able to read DTCs, I believe. To get security access and make changes via Tech 2, you will need an older Windows?XP laptop with built in serial port – a newer computer running a virtual machine program & serial to usb adapter should also work – and the Tis2000/GlobalTIS software.

Personal opinion: The Tech 2 in the link you posted is priced a bit higher than most ($349 vs $319). You might want to read back a few pages in this thread for some links to other sellers with better pricing and more sales.

My GM Tech2 scanner from CnAutotool hq clone is paid for $319. It is with with a 32MB card and TIS2000 software CD.

Eidt: Tech II review:
Received the parcel today. All are packed well in a box and the machine looks good…. I will try it tomorrow and update here… I should be working good i think.

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