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Old 05-10-2007, 12:46 AM   #1
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I was wondering is it capaable to use the aeroforce gauge that i have on my bonneville and hook it up to a 02 trailblazer?
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No. You would need it to be specifically programmed for the vehicle.

Go to the Aeroforce website and contact a tech to be sure.
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oh ok, thanks
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No. You would need it to be specifically programmed for the vehicle.

Go to the Aeroforce website and contact a tech to be sure.


no, they are plug and play with any OBD2 vehicle... i have used mine on many of my friends cars
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No. You would need it to be specifically programmed for the vehicle.

Go to the Aeroforce website and contact a tech to be sure.
Haro is right. If you check the Aeroforce site there is a listing of which vehicles use the OBDII or CAN based gauge. I believe the blazer is OBDII
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Why check the site? It'* a 2002 Chevy Trailblazer. It has to be OBD II compliant.
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