Mr. Giammalvo seems a tad confused by some of this...
He states that he isn't "authorized" to perform module programming...All one
needs is a capable scan tool and a subscription to these files. This is
called a cost of doing business. Along with access to this programming, a
shop desparately needs to have a subscription or other access to the
appropriate workshop manuals for their "target"audience...
Working on automobiles can be dangerous from the git go.. the chances for
personal injury are quite high - there is no secret here.
Agreed. I have a wide screen monitor but, I am not about to
scroll across two screens to read a site or posting for
whatever reason. The only way it fits on one screen, you
can't see the ittybitty characters. On the flip side, the
bold words can't be made to fit on a screen.
I live in a small cabin in the woods about 100 miles from the nearest
paved road. Luckily I can get satellite TV and Internet. My solar
and wind "farm" provides enough electric for my needs and the 'local'
costco lets me stock up on enough supplies to last 2 months at a time.
I just got a new XDm .40 cal semi if you'd like to come visit. They
won't find your body anytime soon.
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