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Old 03-14-2018, 08:13 AM
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I just checked my account and the only option I have is to buy another subscription. When I click on "More..." It takes me to another page where the heading says "VIN Subscriptions" and under it says "No VIN Subscriptions". Then at the top Right it has a box with "Show All Subscriptions". I click that and it shows me the car I purchased the programmed for along with it's VIN but that's it. So how Do I access SPS for that car again if it comes back????
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Old 03-14-2018, 08:21 AM
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No.They pay yearly and at a different rate than we do.The amount of PCs per account/licence is what I was referring to.
They really don't get a lot of breaks though and don't have a choice of which diagnostic tools to buy or to some extent,how many.Hyundai for example no longer supports the GDS,now it's GDS Mobile,based on Samsung tablets and dealers have to have at least two at around $4000 cdn a pop.
OMG! This is why small independent shops are reluctant to buy OEM tools and software. They change them so fast! A dealer can afford 4k since all they do is Hyundai/Kia. But a small shop? They couldn't afford this yearly. Plus the subscription fees and other ****. I really wished we had dealer lever access to prgramming Hyundai and Kia's. Not just PCM programming. Unless the Repair Act will also give us the same access like Ford and GM.
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