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How to replace GM Tech2 Clone DC converter

This is how to rework GM Tech2 PCB to make Tech2 scan tool clone boot up for use.

 

– Problem

Tech II clone not boot up (not turn on)

 

– Reason

The issue usually results from the DC to DC converter

 

This converter is a common internal component for the device GM TECH II

originally these come equipped with the “Meanwell SKE10A-05VT” and “BTCPower 4BE-01T-02”

you cannot longer purchase these items because they are not being manufactured anymore

 

You actually can find the “Meanwell SKE10A-05” but missing the “VT” and also missing 1 pin for the soldering points.

BEWARE this model dc to dc converter WILL NOT WORK

It may help you power on your device, but the power button among other programming features won’t work.

 

– Solution worked!

To replace DC to DC converter can avoid unpleasant surprises.

 

REC10-1205S/H2/M has a 6 pin connections, “Meanwell SKE10A-05VT” and “BTCPower 4BE-01T-02” have a 5 pin connections, is it not a problem when you change the component.

So, sort this out.

 

This list is for a DC to DC converter with the following specifications:

Input: 9~18VDC

Output: 5VDC 2.0A

 

– GM Tech 2 PCB before the DC to DC converter replacement

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– Tech2 clone worked gain after the DC to DC converter replacement

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– The important note: Tech2 not boot up when the car starts

So, how to fix a reboot Tech 2 when starting the car? The square dedicated native voltage Stabilizer, black spots, this is how it is better to feed on, immediately giving to drink block, then the main Board gently giving to drink lagged behind in her legs. By means of wooden toothpicks carefully remove the solder prepared under us new voltage regulator (mornsun VRB1205LD-15W DIP).

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* To avoid boot-up issues, had better buy a high-quality Tech2 clone from a man of his words to trust in. This is a good one you can try with great reviews/feedback on forums: http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/gm-tech2-gm-diagnostic-scanner-with-32mb-card-tis2000.html

GM Tech II disable alarm on Saab 2003 9-3

Here’s my personal review on GM Tech2 clone diagnostic scanner with my Saab 2003 9-3. Big thanks to those who help me a lot in the thread.
Model:
Saab 2003 9-3
Saab 2004 9-5
Issue:
the dreaded “alarm randomly going off” issue on my 2003 9-3
Purpose:
to diagnose and/or disable the alarm
Considering the following:
GM Tech 2 scan tool Link here:
I also have a 2004 9-5. I’m starting tho think that it would be wise to invest in a tech2. as I usually do most of my own repairs.
Puzzle:
Is there some other Saab-specific card or software I need on top of this product?
Suggestion from folks:
You will need the Tech 2 and Saab 32MB card (specify when buying clone) listed in the link above. Those two alone should be able to read DTCs, I believe. To get security access and make changes via Tech 2, you will need an older Windows XP laptop with built in serial port – a newer computer running a virtual machine program & serial to usb adapter should also work – and the Tis2000/GlobalTIS software.
Personal opinion: The Tech 2 in the link you posted is priced a bit higher than most ($349 vs $319). You might want to read back a few pages in this thread for some links to other sellers with better pricing and more sales.
My GM Tech2 scanner hq clone is paid for $319. It is with with a 32MB card and TIS2000 software CD.
Eidt: Tech II review:
Received the parcel today. All are packed well in a box and the machine looks good…. I will try it tomorrow and update here… I should be working good i think.
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GM Tech2 TIS2000 Crack Software Free Download

Here, i wanna share something interesting with you all. I happened to get the GM Tech2 scanner software TIS2000 dongle crack version from mh****forum.

 

Usually, we users need buy TIS2000 dongle key for programming on saab cars

 

It is said that it is for ANY TIS2000 the dongle crack and NO NEED to buy any dongle key!

 

This is the TIS2000 download link: TIS2000 Dongle Crack!

https://mega.nz/#!kpcTEJzJ!1lr28OehiaMmRkgZPB0aykaPoxUOgA3j1CeLCDclfhA

 

The file that contained the software security dongle did work for me. When I updated the security access on the Tech 2 the TIS2000 still showed type 1.
I used the Tech 2 to add the components that had elevated security and it worked!

 

The setup instruction also shared by the donator. Just quoted.

1) Install software.

2) Run \Drivers\DDINST32.EXE and press “Express” to install Activator Dongle drivers.

(IF your PC DID NOT has LPT port you will took 1 “Error”! DO NOT bother!)

3) Replace original Id.dll and SCAControlUI.exe with patched in ..\Program Files\cosids\bin

4) Copy files from folder Dongle to c:\Windows\System32

5) Enjoy!🙂

 

In the end, i collect some typical questions and answers . Hopefully, help you also.

Q: What is number of your COM port? Which you are using to connect Tech 2?

A: I have 2 available com ports in my pc (1 native and 1 usb to serial), both work without any issue.

 

Q: I keep getting registry access error messages when I try to install the DDINST32.EXE file.

A: You should have a real LPT-port on the computer.
Another and better solution is to download/install Saab GlobalTis from this site and then ask for activation in the right thread, that will for sure solve the dongle problems.

 

Q: Anyone can help with issues when add BCM or ICM3 and help confirm things with crack for GM Tech II tis2000?

A: I updated and add back a lot of modules. After every module update, I would add it back right after the update complete before I went ahead and update another module. I don’t know why your Tech2 require security access level 2. When I updated mine, only security access level 1 is required.
Your are suppose to copy the two files from dongle folder to C:\Windows\System32.
There should be 2 other files “Id.dll and SCAControlUI.exe”, Copy that to C:\Program Files\cosids\bin and overwrite the 2 files.

 

Enjoy!

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GM Tech2 and TIS2000 Program SAAB DDM

If you want to program the Drivers Door Module (DDM) on your SAAB yourself, you will need a dealer tool, GM Tech2 scanner with TIS2000 software, which can be purchased online to get the job done. My Tech2 scan tool is from a China at the price of $319. If you already have a Tech II, you can follow the step-by-step guide below and get the DDM programmed.

 

Equipment you will need:

GM Tech 2 diagnostic scanner

32MB PCMCIA Card for SAAB

TIS2000 software (Without this you would not be able to add anything!)

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How to:

 

Step 1. Connect GM Tech2 to the OBD port of your SAAB and open the scanner and then go to the main menu.

Step 2. Select “F0 Diagnostics” from the main menu.

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Step 3. Select the year of your car. Here I select “2004”.

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Step 4. Select model of your car. Here I select “SAAB 9-3 Sport (9440)”.

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Step 5. Select “F7: Add/ Remove” in the next page.

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Step 6. Select”F1: Control Modules”.

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Step 7. Select “DDM” control module in the next page.

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Step 8. Select “Add”.

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Step 9. Select “Checking Security Access Working” and then turn ignition key to “ON” position.

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Step 10. Select “Adding Unit”. Wait the system process to 100% and then drive a test.

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Gm Tech2 add Corvette RPO option codes

This details out what exactly is needed to add/change RPO option codes to existing 97+ Corvettes using GM Tech2 scan tool. This scanner can be purchased from here for around $300. This is helpful on 2001+ ZO6s to add the T82 Automatic Headlamp operation at night feature as well as adding the tire pressure monitoring function. Both of which are built into the ZO6s Body Control Module (BCM) and just need to be “turned on” in order to work. The Automatic headlamp function usually requires no parts to be purchased but the tire pressure monitoring system needs to have sensors installed on all 4 tires. These can be found in the classified section of corvetteforum.com usually for around $200.00. These instructions will also help owners of F45 real time dampening suspension option convert to regular shocks that do not have sensors built in. Right now people are paying upwards of $200.00 for emulators that plug into the wiring harness to trick the BCM. A simple solution is to just go into the BCM function and toggle off the F45 suspension options. No codes will be set and the car will not go into reduced engine power mode.

Defrost vent:
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2 adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 1: Obtain TECH2 scanner
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 2: Startup TECH2
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 3: Enter Diagnostics menu
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Step4: Enter year of car
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step5: Enter Passenger Car menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 6: Select Body from the menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 7: Select Y body from menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 8: Select body style from menu (Coupe/Sedan is FRC/ZO6)
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 9: Select transmission type
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 10: Enter body control module menu for adding/deleting option codes such as automatic headlamps,F45 suspension. If your interested in adding the tire pressure monitoring system please skip to Step 15 below.
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 11: Enter Special Functions menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 12: Enter BCM RPO Reprogram
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 13: Enter cars country of origin
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 14: Toggle functions on and off. The asterisk next to the option code indicates this function has been turned on. Note that the Automatic and Manual HVAC controls are both turned on. This is normal and should be ignored. Go ahead and hit the save option button when your done and power off the TECH2.
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Setting up tire pressure monitoring

Step 15: Enter Remote function actuation menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 16: Enter special functions menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 17: Enter set options menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 18: Enter tire pressure monitor menu
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
Step 19: Toggle function on and hit save options and power off TECH2
adding Corvette RPO option codes with GM Tech2
When you finished go ahead and train your tire pressure sensors through the driver information center.
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Enjoy!

How to do GM Tech2 scanner RS232 cable self test

If you need to run TIS2000 software on PC, you have to connect GM Tech2 scanner using the RS232 cable with the DB9 Adapter to a serial COM Port at the PC. If you cannot get the Tech 2 scan tool connect to PC or fail to communication well, the best way is to connect the RS232-DB9 adapter correctly and then run a RS232 self test.

GM Tech2 gm diagnostic scanner comes with several connectors, including a RS232 cable and RS232-DB9 adapter (mark red circle below)
Tech2 RS232 Adapter
1) Follow the cable pinout to connect the cable correctly
Tech2 DB9-JR45 RS232 cable adapter pinout
Pinout RJ45 to DB9 cable Tech2 RS232 Adapter

BD-9 to RJ45
1-------2
2-------4
3--------5
4--------8
5--------7
6--------1
7--------3
8--------6
9--------not connected

2) Then do a RS232 cable self test

How to do Tech 2 RS232 self test?

1. Power up the Tech2. Connect RS232 cable with Tech II scanner main unit.
Tech II scanner main unit
2. Come to main menu. Select F4:Tool Options
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3. Select F3: Self Test
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4. Follow the system prompts:
Before running the Tech 2 self test:
CANdi interface must not be connected
ALDL loopback should be connected
Failure to follow these instructions may invalidate the self test
Press EXIT to continue
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5. Select F3: Selectable main PCB
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6. Select F2:RS232 LoopBack
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7. Tech2 RS232 cable self test has passed
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If RS232 cable passes self test, the commutation between Tech2 scanner and PC is well built.

GM Tech2 scanner Disable DRLs 2015

It is possible to get daytime running time disabled manually. But the problem can be easily settled with a scanner. GM Tech2 scanner is ultimate best choice for GM group.

Tool needed:
GM Tech2 scan tool

Vehicle model example: 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier

1. Turn the vehicle ignition to ON position with engine off. Plug the Tech2 scan tool into the vehicle OBD diagnostic port. Power on the GM tech2 scan tool. Press “Enter” to continue.
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2. Select "F0: Diagnostic" function in the main function menu.
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3. Select vehicle model, here take "2003" as an example
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
4. Select your vehicle type, like "Passenger car"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
5. Select "F1: Body" under Diagnostic function list
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
6. Select your vehicle body Product Line, here "J"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
7. Select your vehicle manufacture, here "Chevrolet"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
8. Select specific vehicle model, "Cavalier"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
9. Select "F1: Body Control Module" under Body function list
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
10. Then go to select "Specific functions"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
11. Select "New BCM setup" under special function list
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
12. Click "Yes" when the device screen pops out "Do you want to setup a new BCM?" notice.
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
13. If the screen prompts fails to program VIN message, click "Enter" to proceed operation.
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
14. Click "Yes" to accept the requirement.
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
15. Select an option with the arrows keys by follow the screen instructions. Click "Continue" to move on the next step. (Ignition switch should be ON)
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
16. Select your vehicle model region and saving option setting.
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
If you wan to change the vehicle region, go back to previous setting. Select the region you want, like “Mecixo”
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
Again accept the screen notice by click "Continue"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
17. Select BCM module you need to program, here choose "PRO T62"
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner
18. The new BCM setup procedure is complete and the daytime running lights turn off.
disable DRLs with GM Tech2 scanner

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GM Tech2 do PCM Programming with TIS2000 Software

You need:
GM Tech2 scan tool (Original $2000 -$3000, $309 in obd365)
A laptop or pc running windows xp home
TIS 2000 software CD and USB key (GM Tech2 alone is a scanner, with TIS2000 CD, you are able to do programming)
GM Tech2 diagnostic scan toolTIS2000 CD and USB Key for GM TECH2
Make sure your vehicle is included in the vehicle coverage in order to carry out the process smoothly please. (GM Tech2 with TIS2000 works better vehicle before 2007 year)

--Insert the TIS 2000 CD into the computer, Tis2000 helps to get the latest calibration for the PCM
--Connect your Tech2 scan tool with laptop with a RS232 pass-thru interface
--Start the GM recalibration software program on your PC and welcome the vehicle information (year, make, model, etc.) program
-- Connect the Tech2 scan tool into the vehicle’s diagnostic socket
--Turn the deice ignition switch on and wait for the start screen
--Confirm the vehicle VIN number
-- Choose the operating system, engine, fuel system, speedometer or transmission.
-- Select "normal reprogramming" or "VCI" (special modifications).
-- Choose the update bulletin/recalibration number from the menu.
--The system now starts transferring data. It will last about 3 minutes. You will notice that the PC screen will display a blue progress bar as the software is uploading to the vehicle. (The GM setup will not allow the same calibration to be reinstalled over itself. Only an updated calibration can be loaded into the vehicle computer.)
--When the system completes loading software, the windows will pops out "PROGRAMMING COMPLETE" message.
--Turn off the Tech2 ignition and disconnect it from the vehicle.

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