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Old 07-07-2011, 09:44 PM
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A few months back I switched out my interior I am having communication issues as well with the com port. I do have a Bluetooth wifi unit. Is there any program that will let me alter the info that is strored on the computer

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A few months back I switched out my interior I am having communication issues as well with the com port. I do have a Bluetooth wifi unit. Is there any program that will let me alter the info that is strored on the computer

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What are you working on? A little more information is needed. No mind readers here that I know of.
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Old 07-08-2011, 09:50 PM
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Are you saying your scanner won't read the ECM? Did you check to see if it was disconnected? Blown fuse? It's a different make but I couldn't read the ECM on my Silverado until I learned the cigarette lighter fuse also supplies power for the OBD II port.
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List what changes you have made.
Like did you changed the seats?were they power seats with memory? Heat?
Did you chge the sound system for an aftermarket?
A lot of functions are cotrolled by the body module, and it is control area networked together. some alterations may or may not affect your desired functions of any or all units.
Post more info about what you are trying to do,what unit are you using that has bluetooth, an IPOD or ?
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