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23/12/2017

How to solve 2009 Saab 9-3 1.9 TID non starter by GM TECH 2 ?

This post starts with the problem that 2009 Saab 9-3 1.9 tid no starter, then how to solve? Please go on reading following parts.

Car model and year:

2009 Saab 9-3 1.9 tid

General Car issue: non starter

Tool I used:

GM MDI Global TIS and GM Tech2

Trouble and what Global TIS and Car Scanner Tech2 find out:

They have read codes to do with ignition and immobilizer and found that the cim is not picking up the old or new keys in the switch he tells me that the chip in the key is not being energized so the cim can’t read the key.

Trouble analysis:

The chip in the key is read by the ignition switch, called the Ignition Switch Module (ISM). Maybe the fault lies there.

How to remove?

1.Operate/move the seats to their rearmost positions.

2.Remove the front side pieces from the floor console.

3.Remove the cover from over the gear lever housing, use 82 93 474 Removal tool in the rear edge of the cover and pull back.

4.AUT: Remove the clamp.

5.Remove the cover under the handbrake by pulling it straight out.

6.Remove the cover on the passenger side by squeezing the cover and lifting it up. Remove the compartment under the cover on the passenger side.

7.Lift up the rubber mat in the floor console storage compartment and remove the screws.

8.Remove the floor console screws; note that screws for plastic and aluminum are different.

9.Remove the sound insulation (certain cars).

10Press in the four catches (two on each long side) and press down the ignition switch module.

11.Lift up the floor console slightly and remove the ignition switch module.

12.Remove the connector; see “Connectors, handling and checking” item 1D.

13.Everything will be OK in the end. If it’s not OK, it’s not the end…

http://blog.ap.teacup.com/forobd2/82.html

12/12/2017

CRP 12X Premium Register & Update

Hardware Requirement:
1. A computer that can access the Internet.
2. A TF card reader/writer and a TF card that need to be updated.
Follow the steps described as below to proceed registration and update:
1. Go to http://mycar.x431.com and click the CReader CRP129 Premium (crp123 premium) once, then click updating icon.

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2. Download and install the update tool and launch the program when installed.
3. You will be prompted to type in the Serial Number (located at the back of the tool).

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4. After the Serial Number is entered, click [Update] and enter the following information. Click [Submit].

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5. The Register Code can be found by connecting the supplied USB cable to the tool and inserted into the computer.
6. When the tool has powered up, place the cursor on the Help icon and press the [OK] button.

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7. Select [Tool Information], press [OK].

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8. This is the Register Code number for inputting into step 4

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9. Install the TF card from the Launch CReader Professional CRP129 Pro into the supplied USB TF card adapter and insert into USB port of CPU.
10.Reopen the CRP update Suite and select the updates you would like to perform or click [Select All] and click [Download].

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11. Once all steps are complete, reinsert the TF card into the tool and power the tool via USB in computer or via OBD2 port in vehicle. The tool will prompt you to upgrade, click [OK] to start updating and a progress bar will appear. It may take several minutes to finish update if your upgrade package file is too large, please wait.

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12. The registration process is now complete!

https://www.kiwibox.com/obd2lily/blog/entry/142599947/crp-12x-premium-help

11/12/2017

VVDI2 VAG vs. FVDI2 VAG Full Table Comparison


Xhorse VVDI2 or Flyobd FVDI2 (not FVDI 1st generation but 2nd)? I am gonna buy one of these, just don’t know which one would suite me best. I’ll use it for VAG group clusters changing g6/touran/tiguan etc., immo adaptation, making keys, millage correction. Any advice?

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VVDI2 VAG vs FVDI2 VAG:

VVDI2 VAG supports VAG cars: VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda, 4th immobilizer Porsche, 4th immobilizer Bentley.

It works perfect in diagnostic, 4th immobilizer, 5th immobilizer, key learn, BCM remote control, Engine control unit, Kline instrument and immobox, adapt unit, component protection, dump tool etc

FVDI2 VAG supports  VAG cars: VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda VAG-VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda 4th & 5th immobilizer,incl. 4th & 5th immobilizer AUDI A6/Q7, 4th immobilizer Porsche, 4th immobilizer Bentley.

Also, it works good in basic diagnostic, key programming/PIN codes reading, mileage correction, fault codes reading

VAG diagnostic:

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VAG key programming:

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Special functions for VAG:
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From the charts above, FVDI2 FLY and VVDI2 Xhorse almost share the same functions.

They mainly differ in these aspects:

1 OBD read CS/PIN of MED17

2 generate OEM remote control

3 software authorization

FVDI 2 Commander full kit includes software for VAG – VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda; Porsche; Mercedes/Smart/Maybach; OPEL/VAUXHALL; BMW; Peugeot/Citroen; Fiat/Alfa/Lancia; Renault; Toyota/Lexus; Hyundai/KIA; Nissan/Infiniti; TAG Key Tool; Ford; Volvo;Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep; Mitsubishi; DAF; Bikes, Snowmobiles and Water scooters.

VVDI2 full kit includes VK-01 Transponder Programmer, VJ-01 Passthru J2534 and software for VAG – VW, Audi, Seat, Skoda; BMW; PSA (Peugeot/Citroen); Porsche

So, If you looking only for VAG + BMW , then VVDI2 and VVDI Prog is way to go. No need any other tool. In VVDI2 you have also programmer similar to Tango that you can make keys buy dump, but 90% of VAG and BMW can be done by OBD in VVDI2.

VVDI programmer don’t have OBD it’s only for bench programming.

Good for CAS4, FRM, EZS, EWS4 and many more.

 

http://obd2trade.com/2017/12/07/vvdi2-vag-vs-fvdi2-vag-full-table-comparison/