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Old 03-27-2006, 06:33 PM   #1
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What is a good OBD 1 scantool software that includes a cable? Does something exist?

anyone have any expierence?
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I want it too.
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Me 3. Would be nice to be able to record scantool data.
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http://www.aldlcable.com/sc/pages.asp?id=20

I could not find any software that works with 92/93 l27 or 92/93 l67....
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Outta curiosity, wonder if this would work.

http://www.easesim.com/scantool/scantool_gm.htm
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I thought there was someone with a car-pc that had scanning software??(OBD1)
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I have pc based software that does it all. www.obd2.com
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I have pc based software that does it all. www.obd2.com
tell me more?...
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It'* not the cheapest route to go. I have about $700 investe in all my scan options. I have the hardware needed, and software for ANY OBD2 car and any gmOBD1 car. It works pretty good but I can only clear codes, not tune with it. Scrren shots and more in depth info are available on the site.
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so anything in the $100 range that will scan obd 1 and tell KR....speed and rpm etc?
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