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Old 11-11-2003, 04:24 PM   #1
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With our membership growing, the need for PCM scans is growing rapidly. I'd like to post a Techinfo article with the names of members that have scantools and their locations. This may be of benefit to our other members now and in the future.

ONLY post here if you are interested/willing to loan out your services as a 'scanner'.

Please post your username, physical geographic location, and the geographical area you would be willing to cover, as well as the years/types of PCM'* your hardware/software is capable of.

I'll assemble the list and put it into Techinfo when complete, and we can add people as we need.

Thank you!
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Member: Willwren
Location: Central Oregon (Albany)
Coverage: All of Oregon, Southern WA
All OBD1 w/ 12-pin ALDL connector (80'* thru 93 GM cars and trucks)
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location = 1 hr south of the twin cities (minnesota)
coverage = metro minnesota
can scan anything, if the old man will let me!
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Zeke, do you have both the 12 pin and 16 pin cables?
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should have both, i'll check with the old man tonight
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Matthew Yeager
Location= Streamwood,IL (right near chicago)
Coverage= Any where near Chicago I suppose.
Scan= unfortunitly, I can only do L67 or LS1. OBD2. (LS1M scanner)
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I've got all DTC codes & Diagnostic Info for 1996+ straight from GM Service Information'* Database.
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This is looking good. Let'* keep this going for a week. Then I'll assemble it into Techinfo. Thanks to all who've volunteered so far!
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Coverage: most of southeast Ohio, and some of West Virginia (depending on work schedule)
Can scan OBD-2, any make (sorry, not the 94-95 OBD hybrids)
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