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    It may be that the cable is presenting a greater load than the Actron normally. Personally I would use an O-scope to view the signals for amplitude, but I am pretty sure you have no access to one of those. One thing to try is to put a 1k Ohm resistor from the data pin M to +12v and try again. If no good, try putting the resistor to ground instead of 12v. Not sure what else to tell you. I could probably figure it out if I were there.

    1998 Trans Am - LS1/A4 - all stock and almost all original - one owner - driven daily.
    Author of Scan9495, free pc apps 93-95 LT1,94/95 L32: http://ltxtech.com/forums/showthread...light=scan9495

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