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TDS is /has (The Down Syndrome)
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Did you try lately the ACDelco TDS subscriptions.
I don't find anywhere the option for 1 VIN.
I get only this:

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It could also be different in Europe than North America.
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https://www.acdelcotds.com/subscriptions#

I see the 24 mo option to add to cart for all module programming for one VIN on my end if you click the above link
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That's it. You now get 24 months to program as many module as any 1 vin has in. As in 15 modules, you can program any 15 modules for a 24 month period. You can also buy more than 1 vin at a time, and after purchasing, you'll find that at bottom line of active vins to add new vin. I usually buy 4 at a time.
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The OP appears to be looking at European Operations page,I see that they can buy 2 hrs,they don't seem to have gone to the per VIN system.
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Thanks for your answers.
I managed to get an official answer from them and, according to GM or ACDelco policy, the screenshot I posted is from their "overseas" website.
I think the only workaround is to use a VPN, because when you register your country is auto filled based on your IP.

Also regarding VIN it shouldn't be a problem. The database in the back should be the same.
I have an Opel Insignia, but still a GM car.
Did anybody tried to subscribe for an Opel VIN? Were there any problems?
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Thanks for your answers.
I managed to get an official answer from them and, according to GM or ACDelco policy, the screenshot I posted is from their "overseas" website.
I think the only workaround is to use a VPN, because when you register your country is auto filled based on your IP.

Also regarding VIN it shouldn't be a problem. The database in the back should be the same.
I have an Opel Insignia, but still a GM car.
Did anybody tried to subscribe for an Opel VIN? Were there any problems?
I wouldn't recommend using a VPN,you want the correct software for your geographic location.Your Opel Insignia probably doesn't exist in North American Operations,but will in European Operations.
I don't know what you are using for an interface,but some Opels can only be programmed with Tech 2.This is something you should verify before purchasing a subscription.The help desk should be able to tell you.

Here is a link to a thread where I had issue with a Opel manufactured car. > http://productforum.autorepairdata.c...ad.php?t=13270

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