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Old 05-26-2012, 08:55 AM
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Does anyone have this? What is your experience with this tool?
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A BOB on steroids:

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Thanks Kai, for doing the research. I didn't know it existed.

It amazes me sometimes. I guess the author of this thread assumed we all knew!
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Hi,

I'm thinking to buy the tool. Also i want to explain that I'm a beginner in CANBUS and the new electronics stuff. I have been restoring cars all my live.

Question:
The device cames with a universal pins to adapt in any car with can-bus.
The Snapon video said SAE protocols but I think the device should work with ISO too. It does?

If only I have a single wire (can low or can high) what i'm doing with the rest of the wires?? (maybe is an stupid question, but sorry I'm learning).

Does somebody adapted a GM connector to normal harness? I mean cut and silver solder the wires to a connector to make a easy job.

Could I download the usermanual somewhere before purchase it?

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