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    Question OBDII scanner software???

    Hi,
    Does anyone have experience using the laptop based OBDII scanner tools and software? Any recommendations? Will they read all codes such as ABS wheel sensor codes or only power train codes?

    Thanks!
    Brown '07 Silverado LTZ V-Max

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    AutoEnginuity will plus all of the body codes which come up quite often. It will also command the diagnostics similar to the Tech II which really helps when you are trying to diagnose an issue.

    http://www.autoenginuity.com/ Get the Base Scanner plus the GM Enhanced Module. I don't have it but know some people that do and they swear by it. I will be purchasing it soon as I have 3 GM Vehicles that are off their 3 year B2B warranties.

    Bill

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