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Old 11-12-2003, 09:58 AM   #11
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can scan OBDII GM cars.
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Old 11-12-2003, 07:44 PM   #12
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I know here in Illinois if you go to AutoZone they will scan your car for codes for free. I think that they only give the code, not what it means though (but thats what this forum is here for!)
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This idea will give the option of 'running' scans and realtime data retrieval as well. Something Autozone won't do. Most of us with the scanners are also more adept at deciphering the codes/symptoms that are Bonneville specific.
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oh, I was just making a suggestion. How much are those scanners?
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100-500 bucks, depending on what you need or want.
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My schedule is usually pretty full, but I will try to help out.
I can scan OBD 2 cars. I have access to most GM info.
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I have one!

An Autotap for OBDII with GM adapter, and scan software for all GM cars.

I am in Northeast New Jersey. Just send me a personal message if you need my email or phone.
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Those that posted here after Nov 20th.....can you please update this thread with your information so we can get it into Techinfo?

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here we go again

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location = 1 hr south of the twin cities (minnesota)
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pretty sure we have the cartridges to cover
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here'* the one we have at my house



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