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    OBD Scan Tool

    Hi,

    Just curious which brand of scan tool everyone uses on their tucks.

    I'm ideally looking for one that can read engine/trans info.

    I really appreciate any help you can provide.


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    Re: OBD Scan Tool

    The tuners will do all of that, friend.

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    Re: OBD Scan Tool

    Quote Originally Posted by lost mechanic View Post
    Hi,

    Just curious which brand of scan tool everyone uses on their tucks.

    I'm ideally looking for one that can read engine/trans info.

    I really appreciate any help you can provide.
    If you want to scan all modules, not just the ECM I would recommend Autoenginuity with the Chrysler enhancement.

    You will need a Windows laptop for this USB version ($479) with the Chrysler Enhancement.

    They also have a wireless version for Android or IOS but more expensive ($800) with the Enhancement bundle.

    https://www.autoenginuity.com/scantool/


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    Re: OBD Scan Tool

    Autoenginuity looks like a good system less expensive than a Snap-on equivalent.

    Thanks for the recommendation.

    I have an old H&S tuner, and I think it's one of the Chinese copies, so I'm a little reluctant to plug it into my truck if anything happens to the ECM.


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    Re: OBD Scan Tool

    I’ve been using the AlfaOBD app on a tablet that’s never been on the internet except to download the app from Google play.


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    Re: OBD Scan Tool

    AlfaOBd and the OBDlink MX+.

    Do all kinds of enabling/disabling stuff. force a Regen, calibrate actuators, and so much more.

    Now, if i can only get my turn by turn maps to pop back up in my center cluster after futzing around with it a while back.

    I enabled the SRT performance pages and some other stuff, but when I switched back, I lost them.

    Oops!

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