I took a quick peak at Auto Xrays website and I see they have many flavours
of code readers/scanners... The PSDs (even the 7.3s) aren't really OBD
compliant.... They do use the 16 pin OBD2 style DLC, but not all scan tools
can read diesel data.... From what I saw, I doubt that the Auto Xray can do
proprietary modules (PAM, ABS, ICM, et al).
I've worked through many park aid concerns and all were fixed with either
sensor replacement and/or rear harness replacement - the rest of the system
just hasn't presented me with any other concerns. That's not to say that a
wire couldn't be pierced by a screw or the harness couldn't chaffe or be
trapped under a washer in one truck or another... but a code scan with a
capable tool *could* reduce the frustration factor....
Jeez... you gotta stop top posting... I'm told it's "rude"....
the kids keep reminding me i am going senile, and the 27 year old just
proved it .
he asked me if i put the heat gun to the cold PAM yet.
DOH!!! i forgot all about that dang heat gun.
who was that masked top poster???
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