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Old 07-18-2007, 12:36 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by mdrose64
Let me know on the progress of these cables. I will be intereseted in buying one. Are they available yet?
(yes, I am out of town a bit, and about to leave again in about an hour. Since this thread is back up again, here'* a little update for all interested

What i've been assembling lately is the "Buttermore-style" replacement cable that makes the Actron CP9110 work with '94 and '95 Bonnevilles and compatibles. The original Actron cable is called the CP9115. What car and year do you have (I don't think I saw it in your post)?

These cables have been "hotter" than we anticipated, and so I haven't gotten in to the direct connection to the laptop yet -- (a bit more difficult and much more expensive, it looks like).

A PM to me is best. (If it doesn't seem to work, just go to the lounge forum and someone will help you out. I had trouble at first, myself, but now, no sweat ) I'll watch for it as I can.

(edit -- don't know what went wrong with my email -- I'll have to check)
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