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    Default New - Free OBD1 LT1 Scan tool

    For you with laptops and ALDL cables.. Just for your info..Here is a new LT1 application.. http://www.ls1lt1.com/forum/4th-gen-...gram-free.html been following this thread and have been beta testing the application. It's really an app to simulate TECH-1 or 2 service shop tool capability. It will read engine, transmission, ABS and SIR (seatbelt) data and DTC's and reset them. Also has some basic actuator capability to turn FANs on/off, A/C clutch on/off, EVAP solenoid on/off and activate ERG. I really like the ABS and SIR stuff as ABS readers are not available as a retail product anywhere. And the actuator routines makes testing much easier than playing with jumpers. Download is simple , it unzips to 2 files that are required to be in the same directory. The creator garydoug is open for comments and suggestions. NOTE.. This was not designed as a data logging or performance tuning application it's more of a service diagnostic tool. It will turn actuators on/of so it assumes the user knows what they are doing like not turning off fans on a hot engine, or picking A/C clutch with no refrigerant in system..
    Last edited by bobdec; 04-12-2013 at 05:15 PM.
    I'm Bob. 1994 Z28, A4, CAI, CAM, 1.6 RR's, LT's, Cat-Back, Stall, 3.42's, Custom Tuned

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    Download and opening went smooth. Won't have the car back for a few months to try it out though. Thanks for sharing!
    '72 Nova "HadeSS"

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    Just wanted to say that I downloaded this today and tested it and is definitely an awesome product. Thanks for the release, I was just about to bite the bullet and pay for datamaster and now I won't have to!

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    Very cool to see new products for the LT1 platform. I'll have to download and try it out in the next few weeks.

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    Down Loaded 2 days ago. Looks like a good program.
    My obd2 cable for my 97 came in today. I plan to do an obd1 pcm swap. Will see how this program is then.
    '92 vert with 383 LT1 | 78mm turbonetics turbo, Tial 50mm BOV , Tial 44mm waste gate | Ported heads | Intake Drilled for MSD Pro Billet Distrib|Callies crank & rods | JE Pistons | T56 | spohon suspention.
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    I'm sending my old Opti (original 1994 piece - still worked when I removed it) to GaryDoug so he can add it to his engine simulator. He also seems interested in looking into the optical module and figuring out how it works, and how to fix it. Not bad for a guy who doesn't even own an LT1 (he has a 98 T/A). His work is really amazing.
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    I downloaded a week or so ago, I'm yet to try it, probably this week tho. Seems awesome

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    Finally gonna have my car back next week to give this a try.
    '72 Nova "HadeSS"

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    Maybe its just me but this media fire thing wont let me dload it even after creating an account, what a crap program.....
    Does anybody have this somewhere else where I can get it?
    If you don't stand behind our MIlitary then feel free to stand in front of them. <---- This is my oldest son (PROUD DAD HERE) Mike (just plain mad) Madman337 1993 Camaro Z/28 A4 all stock other than a muffler and LCAs @292K+ miles. 2006 Chevrolet Avalanche. 1970 Pontiac Firebird. 1972 Camaro, 1994 Corvette, ​17 Fusion Sport AWD V6 Twin Turbo

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    I had downloaded this program Friday and got to use it today. It has a few glitches in the real time data area. You have to exit out and reopen and then all values appear correctly. As far as code scanning and the diagnosing help that it provides its a good program. The ability to to turn on fans and other equipment in the tools area is fantastic. For code reading and deleting codes this area of program is perfect. This definitely has my appreciation.

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