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03-19-02, 07:55 PM   #1  
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sharing good automotive info web sites

is it ok here to share some good information www links on this forum, i recently found this one for owners of 1993 and up gm cars, were they can enter their vin and see if they have calibration updates for their reprogramable engine controler.
the link for entering vin # 1993 up gm

 
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03-20-02, 03:41 AM   #2  
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I'll take a look. Thanks for the information.

If there are updates, they generally have to be flashed in. Better parts stores have the equipment to do this.

 
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03-20-02, 08:02 AM   #3  
What a great site!

Thanks transman,
Now and again the new GM comes up with a good idea
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03-20-02, 11:05 AM   #4  
Transman welcome to the site & thank you for the information.

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03-20-02, 05:12 PM   #5  
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If there are updates, they generally have to be flashed in. Better parts stores have the equipment to do this.
yea i think the bussiness is getting great, i do like computers so now that they have been introduced to the automotive industry it makes it more fun, not to mention more money. last atsg seminar they said within 5 years we will be fixing cars with laptops, got mine already. here is some links on programing software and equiptment etc.
http://www.obd2.com/sps/data/sps.htm
http://www.genisysotc.com/
http://www.hickok-inc.com/
http://www.vetronix.com/diagnostics/sps.html
guess my boss is gonna have to raise his prices, equiptment sure is costing alot more these days, especially if you want to work on anything comming down the pike from vws to tanker trucks, ah-h-h i smell a big fat raise comming on.
probably more techs will drop out and there is already a major shortage of us, and will take longer to fix em. cha-ching/cha-ching/cha-ching more dead presidents

 
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