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Old 09-21-2020, 07:18 AM
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good mourning, i am having a problem trying program an abs module on a GM Sierra vin 1GD31VCG4GF170588, the old got fried, i now can communicate with new module and its giving me codes that module needs to be program but it wont let me it gives me error code that says "M24601 there is a field action for this vehicle. please check.i open toolbox 3 and checked GM web that say this error means there its a safety recall, call the GM dealer a they wanna charge me to program the module cause they claim not to have any safety recall related to ABS module, you guys know any work around i can do to solve this problem, i did reflash the PCM just to make sure my pass throg its working.
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have you tried performing the remove and install or just straight programing.
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have you tried performing the remove and install or just straight programing.
i tried straight programing, but i ended up taking it to the Dealer, the truck owner was in a rush, but i think it is my computer, too old, i never have problems with GM cars programing, that is why i think the computer might be the problem, thank you guys.
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As of Jan 1 2020 GM wants only Windows 10 PC's with and recommend a Gen 7 or better processor. If you are using a Win 7 PC I would bet that is the issue.
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As of Jan 1 2020 GM wants only Windows 10 PC's with and recommend a Gen 7 or better processor. If you are using a Win 7 PC I would bet that is the issue.
i am using windows 10, 64, but my PC it s really old.
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