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GMTDScan Basic - The free PC code reader for 1994-1995 GM 6.5TD trucks

Discussion in '1982-Present GM Diesel' started by V1500, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. V1500

    V1500 Registered Member

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    Hello!
    I have developed a code reader for the 94-95 6.5TD.
    You can download it for free on my site http://www.engh.com/

    With GMTDScan Basic you can read and clear DTCs... both historic and current. Just for the fun of it I have also included a little dashboard with coolant, rpm, speed and turbo boost guages. Check out my site for screenshots and download.

    You will need a 8192 baud OBDI/ALDL interface cable and a PC with a COM port to connect to your truck. Any 8192 baud interface cable will work! If you currently don't own a cable you can purchase one on my site.

    Now that the basic version is completed and the website is published I have started working on GMTDScan Professional. It is going to be the full featured version of GMTDScan. Stuff that I will include in that version is the ability to view live data from all available ECM sensors, unlimited recording of data logs, playback of previously recorded data logs and so on.

    Now go to my website, http://www.engh.com/, and have a look at GMTDScan Basic :)

    /Stefan
     
  2. azblazor

    azblazor 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Nice web page. I own a 1993 6.5TD K2500 and a 1999 6.5TD K2500. The 93 only uses the computer for the transmission, but I may try hooking it up just for code reading. I am thinking about buying the AUTOenginuity software for the 1999.
     
  3. V1500

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    I don't think that will work! I just had a quick look to compare the datastreams from the 92-93 and 94-95. The DTC-part of them don't quite match so I wouldn't trust any of the codes my program claims your 93 has set.
     
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    Thanks for the information.
     

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