Dang that was quick shipping. Glad to hear that the tool worked out. Guess it's my turn to get it.
wise one of something that is nothing??? What ta heck is that.. :lol:Slurppie said:Guess we will see how the drive by wire system reacts when you compare rolling onto the gas and slamming the pedal down. Did you have to register the software or anything? Just download the program and order the cable? Me, "oh wise one"? Ha, I am the wise one of something that is nothing.
I'll think about it :lol: we are still heartbroken that you left TT.com.JetTech said:please keep me updated. That would be a nice addition especially for those of us running bigger exhaust and high flow intakes.
JT,JetTech said:I just received my new OBD2 cable a few days ago and so far it's working great. It hooks up to the serial port in your laptop and then plugs into the OBD2 connector in your truck. The amount of information this thing derives is insane!!!
To start with it can read codes and clear them for you, but the best feature is the real-time information on a bunch of parameters such as coolant temp, rpm, O2 sensors, fuel trim, RPM, load percents, MAS percents, throttle position, intake air temp, and probably 1000 more that I can't possibly list!! I think it's incredible and will be a very useful tool in the future, especially if I ever do strap on a supercharger... :twisted:
Anyhow, here's the site where I bought it from http://www.obd-2.com/ From there you can see some of the pictures and diagrams the software will show.
I just nominated this item as an EXTREMELY COOL TOOL!! 8)
I too have the Auterra DynoScan on my Palm but one day about 6 months ago it just stopped working??? Won't connect to any vehicle. I thought it might be the Hot Sync cable but the cable is good. I have no idea what the deal is. It was out of warranty and Auterra was no help when I called them. Worked great for a year and then nothing. I used to use it on my 1996 Camaro Z28. The Dyno features were awesome once I learned to use them. Great product.just_chris said:I have the Auterra one for the Palm and it will read about a million sensors, list troublecodes, graph, and reset MIL. It is supposed to do a dyno function by RPM amd vehicle speed Ect but every time I try the Palm forgets the data. But all the car connectors should be the same if it is after 1996 and not a deisel truck. I do wish it could make some programing changes but it doesn't know how. The second post for the one that can edit the program is mighty interesting. 8)