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Thread: OBD2 Scanner
04-02-2013, 07:31 AM #1
In the last few weeks i have been having some issues with my 2002 Tahoe. It has this random stalling on the parkway after about 30 minutes of driving. It would just hiccup and then turn off. Once i pull over it would just crank and not start until maybe 40 minutes later. I changed the fuel pump, fuel filter, throttle position sensor, cam sensor, crank sensor and MAF sensor. It has been two weeks and so far so good but the question is i cant read ecm data using my obd2 scanner. When i try to read data like rpm, o2 sensor readings it freezes and the dash lights come on. I'm not sure if i'm driving the truck enough to cause the issue again but my question is why wouldn't i be able 'to read the data. I tested the scanner on two other trucks and it works fine. I'm thinking its an ECM issue and i have just been lucky so far. Anyone have any ideas that can help or at least what there next steps would be. I have asked a few friends and one guy stated maybe a bad fuse but i have no blown fuses. Thanks in advance for the help.
More info....This morning i tested my scanner on my brothers 2004 chevy tahoe, wifes gx470 lexus and it works fine i can read all the live data. I dont think its a scanner issue.
Last edited by Vinniety; 04-02-2013 at 08:11 AM.
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