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Old 04-28-2018, 07:36 AM
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about a year ago our dealer started to do this. Really is a pain. I bought a dmax and another tool to pull skim codes to be able to continue with my usual services.
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Seems like after the bumper to bumper warranties are expired, FCA is likely going to have to deal with a huge class action lawsuit and have to recall all the cars, pay huge tow bills and have all the Security Gateway Modules with the Draconian measures either reflashed or replaced so all their POS cars can be accessed and worked on by Gomer and Guido like they used to be (often on the side of the road)
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