Safety Recall V71 / NHTSA 19V-407 Occupant Restraint Controller – 2019-2020 Ram 1500

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May 31, 2019 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 19V407000

ORC May Malfunction and Disable Safety Functions

Disabled air bags and seat belt pretensioners increase the risk of injury in the event of a crash.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V407

Manufacturer Chrysler (FCA US LLC)

Components AIR BAGS, SEAT BELTS

Potential Number of Units Affected 295,981

 

Summary

Chrysler (FCA US LLC) is recalling certain 2019-2020 Ram 1500 vehicles. The flash memory of the Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) may become corrupted, disabling the vehicle’s air bags and seat belt pretensioners.

 

Remedy

Chrysler will notify owners, and dealers will reprogram the ORC or replace it as necessary, free of charge. The recall began June 20, 2019. Owners may contact Chrysler customer service at 1-800-853-1403. Chrysler’s numbers for this recall are V61 and V71.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.

 

Check if your Vehicle has a Recall

 


Revised January 2020

Dealer Service Instructions for:

Safety Recall V71 / NHTSA 19V-407 Occupant Restraint Controller

 

NOTE: The ABS Initialization routine MUST be performed after programming the ORC module.  Read and follow the Service Procedure steps.

 

Remedy Available

2019-2020 (DT) RAM 1500 Pickup

 

NOTE:  Some vehicles above may have been identified as not involved in this recall and therefore have been excluded from this recall.

IMPORTANT:  Some of the involved vehicles may be in dealer new vehicle inventory.  Federal law requires you to complete this recall service on these vehicles before retail delivery.  Dealers should also consider this requirement toapply to used vehicle inventory and should perform this recall on vehicles in forservice.  Involved vehicles can be determined by using the VIP inquiry process.

 

Subject

The Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) on about 142,250 of the above vehicles may contain software that has a potential vulnerability during power-down memory clean-up events which can corrupt flash memory. Once the vehicle is keyed-off, the ORC begins normal routines under its own power reserve. If the ORC powers down and interrupts a memory erase process, data corruption could occur. Memory cleanup does not occur every key-off, not all interruptions will cause corruption, reserve time will vary, and other factors make the occurrence highly variable. Corrupted ORC flash memory may result in internal fault codes, illuminated Airbag Warning Lamp, and disabled deployment of airbags and seatbelt pretensioners. Disabled airbag and seatbelt pretensioner deployment may increase the risk of injury to vehicle occupants in the event of a crash.

 

Repair

Inspect the ORC for the specific internal fault codes. If the specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)s are present, replace the ORC. If the specific DTCs are not present, reprogram the ORC with updated software.

 

Alternate Transportation

Dealers should attempt to minimize customer inconvenience by placing the owner in a loaner vehicle if inspection determines that ORC module replacement is required and the vehicle must be held overnight.

 

Parts Information

No vehicles are expected to require ORC module replacement.  ORC module should not be ordered unless inspection of internal fault codes determines that ORC module replacement is required.  Use StarParts to determine the proper ORC module for specific vehicle application only if module replacement is required. 

NOTE: Within StarParts the part may be referenced as an “Airbag Control Module”.

 

Parts Return

No parts return required for this campaign.

 

Special Tools

The following special tools are required to perform this repair:

➢ NPN wiTECH MicroPod II
➢ NPN Laptop Computer
➢ NPN wiTECH Software

 

Service Procedure

.

A. Reprogram the ORC Module

NOTE: The wiTECH scan tool must be used to perform this recall. This procedure must be performed with the wiTECH MicroPod II at latest software release level.   If the reprogramming flash for the ORC is aborted or interrupted, repeat the procedure. The ORC must be at the latest calibration level after completing this recall.

  1. Open the hood. Install a battery charger and verify that the charging rate provides 13.2 to 13.5 volts.  Do not allow the charger to time out during the flash process.  Set the battery charger timer (if so equipped) to continuous charge.

NOTE:  Use an accurate stand-alone voltmeter.  The battery charger volt meter may not be sufficiently accurate.  Voltages outside of the specified range will cause an unsuccessful flash.  If voltage reading is too high, apply an electrical load by activating the park or headlamps and/or HVAC blower motor to lower the voltage.

  1. Connect the wiTECH MicroPod II to the vehicle data link connector.
  1. Place the ignition in the “RUN” position.
  1. Open the wiTECH 2.0 website.
  1. Enter your “User id” and “Password” and your “Dealer Code”, then select “Sign In” at the bottom of the screen. Click “Accept”.
  1. From the “Vehicle Selection” screen, select the vehicle to be updated.
  1. From the “Action Items” screen, select the “Topology” tab.
  1. From the “Topology” screen, select the “View DTCs” tab.
  1. From the “DTCs” screen, inspect for the following fault codes DTCs:

These two together:
U1601-00  SW Version mismatch
B222D-00  ECU Unable to Configure/Configuration Not Learned-

or

These three together:
B2207-00  Occupant Restraint Controller Internal 1-
B2208-00  Occupant Restraint Controller Internal 2-
B222D-00  ECU Unable to Configure/Configuration Not Learned-

 

  1. Were any of the above fault codes DTCs present?
  • NO, codes are not present, continue with the software flash Step 11.
  • YES, codes are present. Replace ORC module then program the new module. Proceed as applicable to one of the following:

Section B. ORC Module Replacement with Floor Console, Page 6. Section C. ORC Module Replacement with Center Seat, Page 15.

  1. From the ORC” screen, select the “Flash” tab, then compare the “Current Electronic Control Unit (ECU) Part Number” with the “New ECU Part Number” listed.
    • If the “Current ECU part Number” is NOT the same as the “New Part Number”, continue with Step 12.
    • If the “Current ECU part Numberis the same as the “New Part Number”, proceed to Step 23.
  1. From the flash ECU agreement page, agree to terms by checking the box.
  1. Select “Flash ECU” then follow the wiTECH screen instructions to complete the flash.
  1. Once the flash is complete, select the “View DTCs” tab.
  1. Select “Clear All DTCs” and then select “Close”.
  1. From the “Topology” screen, click on the ABS” icon.
  1. From the ABS” screen, select the “Misc Functions” tab.
  1. Perform the “ABS Initialization” routine and follow the screen prompts. 
  1. Select “Clear All DTCs” and then select “Close”.
  1. Remove the battery charger from the vehicle and then close the hood.
  1. Place the vehicle ignition in the “OFF” position, unplug the wiTECH MicroPod II and open and close the driver’s door. Let all modules go to sleep (This should take approximately one minute).
  1. Reconnect wiTECH 2.0 and clear any DTCs which may have been set.
  1. Place the vehicle ignition in the “OFF” position and unplug the wiTECH MicroPod II.
  1. Return the vehicle to the customer or to vehicle inventory.

 

.

B. ORC Module Replacement with Floor Console

  1. Position the front seats fully forward.
  1. Remove the floor console rear closeouts on both sides of the console (Figure 1).
  1. Remove the rear bolts on both sides of the floor console (Figure 1).
  1. Position both front seats fully rearward.

NOTE: When disconnecting and isolating the negative battery cable for the 12-volt system, this will also power down the 48-volt battery system. No extra steps will be needed for a power down of the 48-volt system.

  1. Disconnect the Intelligent Battery Sensor (IBS) wire harness connector (Figure 2).

NOTE: Failure to disconnect the IBS wire harness connector can lead to damage of the IBS wire harness connector.

  1. Remove the ground terminal M8 nut then remove and isolate the negative battery cable eyelet from the IBS and negative battery terminal (Figure 2).

WARNING: To avoid serious or fatal injury on vehicles equipped with airbags, disable the SRS before attempting ORC module service. Disconnect the IBS and negative battery cable assembly from the negative battery post, then wait two minutes for the system capacitor to discharge before disconnecting the ORC module. This is the only sure way to disable the SRS. Failure to take the proper precautions could result in accidental airbag deployment.

  1. Remove the Instrument Panel (IP) closeouts on both sides of the floor console (Figure 3).
  1. Remove the bolts from the floor console to IP on both sides of the floor console (Figure 3).
  1. Remove the side closeouts on both sides of the floor console (Figure 3).
  1. Remove the front bolts on both sides of the floor console (Figure 3).
  1. Lift the rear seat cushion to make removal of the floor console easier.
  1. Slide the floor console slightly back towards the rear of the vehicle to access the electrical connectors (Figure 4).
  1. Disconnect the electrical connectors (Figure 4).
  1. Release the wire harness retainer (Figure 4).
  1. Remove the floor console from vehicle.
  1. Disconnect the wire harness connectors from the ORC (Figure 5). 
  1. Remove the three nuts that secure the ORC to the weld studs on the floor panel center tunnel (Figure 5).
  1. Remove the ORC from the vehicle (Figure 5). Render the ORC unusable and discard the ORC.
  1. Carefully position the NEW ORC on the weld studs on the top of the floor panel center tunnel. When the ORC is correctly positioned, the bottom of the housing will fit flush with the top of the center floor and the orientation arrow on the label on top of the housing will be pointed forward in the vehicle (Figure 5).
  1. Install the three nuts that secure the ORC to the weld studs on the top of the floor panel center tunnel. Tighten the nuts to 12 N·m (9 Ft. lbs.) (Figure 5).
  1. Connect both ORC wire harness connectors. Be certain that the latch on each connector is fully engaged (Figure 5).
  1. Position the floor console inside the vehicle and over the support brackets.
  1. Attach the wire harness retainer (Figure 4).
  1. Connect the wire harness connectors (Figure 4).
  1. Slide the floor console fully forward to align with the support brackets.
  1. Install the front bolts on both sides of the floor console and tighten to 5 N·m (44 In. lbs.) (Figure 3).
  1. Install the closeouts on both sides of floor console (Figure 3).
  1. Install the floor console to IP bolts on both sides of the floor console and tighten to 5 N·m (44 In. lbs.) (Figure 3). 
  1. Install the IP closeouts on both sides of the floor console (Figure 3).

WARNING: During the following SRS verification test, the negative cable remains disconnected and isolated from the battery, as it was during the SRS component removal and installation procedures. Failure to follow these instructions may result in possible serious or fatal injury.

  1. For vehicles equipped with a standard key ignition:
    1. Turn the ignition to the run position.
    2. Check to be certain that nobody is in the vehicle.
    3. Connect the 12-Volt battery. If equipped with an IBS, connect the IBS connector. Secure the negative battery cable eyelet to the IBS M8 stud using the M8 nut. Tighten the M8 nut to 7 N·m (62 In. lbs.). Overtightening of the M8 nut for the negative cable to the IBS will cause damage to the IBS or break the stud for the nut (Figure 2).
  1. For vehicles equipped with Keyless Go ignition:
    1. Remove the steering column opening cover (Figure 6).
    2. Remove the ORC fuses F28 and F65 (Figure 6).
    3. Connect the 12-Volt battery, wait two minutes before proceeding. If equipped with an IBS, connect the IBS connector. Secure the negative battery cable eyelet to the IBS M8 stud using the M8 nut. Tighten the M8 nut to 7 N·m (62 In. lbs.). Overtightening of the M8 nut for the negative cable to the IBS will cause damage to the IBS or break the stud for the nut (Figure 2).
    4. Cycle the ignition to the on position.
    5. Connect the ORC fuses F28 and F65 (Figure 6).
    6. Install the steering column opening cover (Figure 6).
  1. Position the front seats fully forward.
  1. Install the rear bolts on both sides of the floor console and tighten to 5 N·m (44 In. lbs.) (Figure 1).
  1. Install the closeouts on both sides of the floor console (Figure 1).
  1. Position the front seats back to customer preferred position.
  1. Connect the battery charger and connect the wiTECH MicroPod II to the vehicle data link connector then begin a wiTECH 2.0 session. 
  1. From the “Action Items” screen, select the “Topology” tab.
  1. From the “Topology” screen, click on the ABS” icon.
  1. From the ABS” screen, select the “Misc Functions” tab.
  1. Perform the “ABS Initialization” routine and follow the screen prompts. 
  1. Select “Clear All DTCs” and then select “Close”.
  1. From the “Topology” screen, click on the ORC” icon.
  1. From the ORC” screen, select the “Misc Functions” tab.
  1. Perform the “ORC Initialization” routine and follow the screen prompts.
  1. Select “Clear All DTCs” and then select “Close”.
  1. Remove the battery charger from the vehicle and then close the hood.
  1. Place the vehicle ignition in the “OFF” position, unplug the wiTECH MicroPod II and open and close the driver’s door. Let all modules go to sleep (This should take approximately one minute).
  1. Reconnect wiTECH 2.0 and clear any DTCs which may have been set.
  1. Return to Section A. Reprogram the ORC Module to verify that the ORC module software level is up to date or flash the ORC module to bring it to the latest software level before returning vehicle to the customer or inventory.

 

.

C. ORC Module Replacement with Center Seat

  1. Lift the rear seat cushion to make removal of the front center seat easier.
  1. Position the front seats in the full rearward position.
  1. Remove the storage bin liner (2) (Figure 7).
  1. Remove the storage bin push pin fasteners (1) (Figure 7).
  1. Lift at the front of the storage bin (1) and remove the bin (Figure 8).
  1. Remove the bolts (1) at the front of the center seat (Figure 9).
  1. Move the front seats to the full forward position.

 NOTE: When disconnecting and isolating the negative battery cable for the 12-volt system, this will also power down the 48-volt battery system. No extra steps will be  needed for a power down of the 48-volt system.

  1. Disconnect the Intelligent Battery Sensor (IBS) wire harness connector (Figure 10).

NOTE: Failure to disconnect the IBS wire harness connector can lead to damage of the IBS wire harness connector.

  1. Remove the ground terminal M8 nut then remove and isolate the negative battery cable eyelet from the IBS and negative battery terminal (Figure 10).

WARNING: To avoid serious or fatal injury on vehicles equipped with airbags, disable the SRS before attempting ORC module service. Disconnect the IBS and negative battery cable assembly from the negative battery post, then wait two minutes for the system capacitor to discharge before disconnecting the ORC module. This is the only sure way to disable the SRS. Failure to take the proper precautions could result in accidental airbag deployment.

  1. Remove the bolt closeouts at the rear of the front center seat, then remove the bolts on both sides of the seat (Figure 11).
  1. Lift and support the center seat at the rear then disconnect the wire harness electrical connector (Figure 12).
  1. Pull slightly rearward to separate the air duct under the seat, then lift out and remove through the     rear    door (Figure 13).
  1. Remove the ORC cover (Figure 14).
  1. Disconnect the wire harness connectors from the ORC (Figure 15). 
  1. Remove the three nuts that secure the ORC to the weld studs on the floor panel center tunnel (Figure 15).
  1. Remove the ORC from the vehicle (Figure 15). Render the ORC unusable and discard the ORC.
  1. Carefully position the NEW ORC on the weld studs on the top of the floor panel center tunnel. When the ORC is correctly positioned, the bottom of the housing will fit flush with the top of the center floor and the orientation arrow on the label on top of the housing will be pointed forward in the vehicle (Figure 15).
  1. Install the three nuts that secure the ORC to the weld studs on the top of the floor panel center tunnel. Tighten the nuts to 12 N·m (9 Ft. lbs.) (Figure 15).
  1. Connect both ORC wire harness connectors. Be certain that the latch on each connector is fully engaged (Figure 15).
  1. Install the ORC cover (Figure 14).
  1. Position the front center seat into the vehicle and locate it to the front air duct (Figure 13).
  1. Lift and support the center seat at the rear and connect the wire harness electrical connector (Figure 12).
  1. Loosely install all center seat bolts, then tighten the rear bolts to 70 N·m (52 Ft. lbs.) (Figure 11).
  1. Install the rear bolt closeouts (Figure 11).

WARNING: During the following SRS verification test, the negative cable remains disconnected and isolated from the battery, as it was during the SRS component removal and installation procedures. Failure to follow these instructions may result in possible serious or fatal injury.

  1. For vehicles equipped with a standard key ignition:
    1. Turn the ignition to the run position.
    2. Check to be certain that nobody is in the vehicle.
    3. Connect the 12-Volt battery. If equipped with an IBS, connect the IBS connector. Secure the negative battery cable eyelet to the IBS M8 stud using the M8 nut. Tighten the M8 nut to 7 N·m (62 In. lbs.). Overtightening of the M8 nut for the negative cable to the IBS will cause damage to the IBS or break the stud for the nut (Figure 10). 
  1. For vehicles equipped with Keyless Go ignition:
  1. Remove the steering column opening cover (Figure 16).
  2. Remove the ORC fuses F28 and F65 (Figure 16).
  3. Connect the 12-Volt battery, wait two minutes before proceeding. If equipped with an IBS, connect the IBS connector. Secure the negative battery cable eyelet to the IBS M8 stud using the M8 nut. Tighten the M8 nut to 7 N·m (62 In. lbs.). Overtightening of the M8 nut for the negative cable to the IBS will cause damage to the IBS or break the stud for the nut (Figure 10).
  4. Cycle the ignition to the on position.
  5. Connect the ORC fuses F28 and F65 (Figure 16).
  6. Install the steering column opening cover (Figure 16). 
  1. Position the front seats fully rearward.
  1. Install the center seat front bolts, then tighten the bolts to 70 N·m (52 Ft. lbs.) (Figure 9).
  1. Install the front of the storage bin (1) (Figure 8).
  1. Install the storage bin push pin fasteners (1) (Figure 7).
  1. Install the storage bin liner (2) (Figure 7).
  1. Position the front seats back to customer preferred position.
  1. Connect the battery charger and connect the wiTECH MicroPod II to the vehicle data link connector then begin a wiTECH 2.0 session. 
  1. From the “Action Items” screen, select the “Topology” tab.
  1. From the “Topology” screen, click on the ABSicon.
  1. From the ABS” screen, select the “Misc Functions” tab.
  1. Perform the “ABS Initialization” routine and follow the screen prompts. 
  1. Select “Clear All DTCs” and then select “Close”.
  1. From the “Topology” screen, click on the ORC” icon.
  1. From the ORC” screen, select the “Misc Functions” tab.
  1. Perform the “ORC Initialization” routine and follow the screen prompts.
  1. Select “Clear All DTCs” and then select “Close”.
  1. Remove the battery charger from the vehicle and then close the hood.
  1. Place the vehicle ignition in the “OFF” position, unplug the wiTECH MicroPod II and open and close the driver’s door. Let all modules go to sleep (This should take approximately one minute).
  1. Reconnect wiTECH 2.0 and clear any DTCs which may have been set.
  1. Return to Section A. Reprogram the ORC Module to verify that the ORC module software level is up to date or flash the ORC module to bring it to the latest software level before returning vehicle to the customer or inventory.

 



2 Affected Products

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
RAM 1500 2019-2020

 


16 Associated Documents

Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-19V407-4934.pdf 1708.279KB

RCRIT-19V407-4934

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-19V407-8543.pdf 1708.218KB

RCRIT-19V407-8543

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-19V407-3869.pdf 1252.511KB

RCRIT-19V407-3869

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – 06/01/2019 New Safety Recall Advanced Communication – V71

RCMN-19V407-7134.pdf 97.4KB

RCMN-19V407-7134

 


Defect Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-19V407-5385.PDF 214.23KB

RCLRPT-19V407-5385

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – 06/01/2019 New Safety Recall Advanced Communication – V61

RCMN-19V407-2973.pdf 97.055KB

RCMN-19V407-2973

 


Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-19V407-2127.pdf 287.951KB

RCAK-19V407-2127

 


ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577) – V61 Owner

RCONL-19V407-2754.pdf 517.839KB

RCONL-19V407-2754

 


ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-19V407-4938.pdf 517.781KB

RCONL-19V407-4938

 


Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2019-2

RCLQRT-19V407-3575.PDF 211.154KB

RCLQRT-19V407-3575

 


Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2019-4

RCLQRT-19V407-0571.PDF 211.351KB

RCLQRT-19V407-0571

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-19V407-2044.pdf 1708.453KB

RCRIT-19V407-2044

 


ISSUED Renotification Notice

RCRN-19V407-4959.pdf 135.45KB

RCRN-19V407-4959

 


ISSUED Renotification Notice

RCRN-19V407-5691.pdf 136.426KB

RCRN-19V407-5691

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-19V407-2458.pdf 1708.555KB

RCRIT-19V407-2458

 


Recall Quarterly Report #2, 2019-3

RCLQRT-19V407-3003.PDF 211.256KB

RCLQRT-19V407-3003

 


Latest Recalls Documents

For the Latest and Most Recent Recalls Information Visit the link below…

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=19V407&docType=RCL

 


 

Reprogramming

Chrysler J2534 Application Overview

 

DRB III Emulator

Flash Availability - J2534/Pass Thru Device

Vehicle to Diagnostic Tool Reference Chart

 

Chrysler Recommended J2534 Devices

For Chrysler recommended J2534 device, see below table.

J2534 Device Firmware Version
CTC Vehicle Box * 1.9
UCAN 2 1.0
Blue Streak -2534 Global Programmer 2.10
Actia I+ME Passthru 2.07

* Chrysler recommends the CTC Vehicle Box Device for Chrysler SCI ECU reprogramming. SCI reprogramming is used on most PCMs and TCMs prior to the introduction of CAN bus vehicles which began in 2004 (Durango).

 

Compatible J2534 Devices

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Click on the link below to:

Download J2534 Application

(Install the wiTECH 2.0 J2534 Application on your computer)

Download the Setup Utility

(Configure your microPod/MDP device)

Launch wiTECH 2.0

(Once subscription and users are assigned to a tool please follow this link to access wiTECH)

https://www.mopartsp.com/support

 


Chrysler J2534 Manual

wiTECH Software

www.techauthority.com

 


 

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  • 🌐【Works with Autel MK908, MS908(S/Pro), MK908P, MaxiSys Elite】Autel J2534 work with these tools to program ECUs on specific BMW/ BENZ for specific functions. ★★NOTE: J2534 CANNOT directly work with these single devices. After you received the J2534, you HAVE TO send us both the S/N(12 digits) of your scanner MS908S(etc.) and J2534. So, technically, Autel engineers can help you bind J2534 with your devices. If need any supports, contact us via: 🚘auteldirect @ outlook. com🚘.
  • 🌐【SAE J2534-1 & J2534-2 Standards】Autel MaxiFlash Elite J2534 is a fully compliant SAE J2534-1 & SAE J2534-2 (March 2006) device, which performs standard PassThru J2534 functionality: Compatible with for Toyota Techstream, Volvo VIDA, Honda HDS, Jaguar-Land Rover IDS and BMW 3G for OEM diagnostics. Autel MaxiFlash J2534 is also specially designed to provide users with P-C communication and ECU reprogramming capabilities on any modern vehicle diagnostic bus, reliability and flexibility.
  • 🌐【High-speed Transmission Speed】Autel MaxiFlash Elite Reprogramming Device J2534 supports simultaneous communication definition in J2534-1, running 3 protocols at the same time, which greatly improves reprogramming and diagnostic speed. Embedded with the ARM9 Dual-core processor (clocked up to 500MHz), which further boosts the communicating speed to save more times and win more business.
  • 🌐【Multiple Devices Connected with PC】Autel MaxiFlash Elite J2534 also supports multiple device connections to the PC, which can operate diagnostic and reprogramming functions on more than one vehicle at the same time. Autel MaxiFlash Elite J2534 built-in wireless and data storage, which can update via Internet. It also ensures quickly reprogramming even the newest controllers.
  • 🌐【Extensive Compatibility】Autel MaxiFlash J2534 is compatible with Toyota Techstream, Volvo VIDA, Honda HDS, Jaguar-Land Rover IDS and BMW 3G for OEM diagnostics. To check compatibility, please contact 🚘auteldirect @ outlook . com🚘 directly for satisfaction-guaranteed support!
SaleBestseller No. 5
Latest Version ECUs Programmer SM2Pro J2534VCI Read Write 67IN1 Dongle Suiatble for Efficient ECUs Programming Durable Diagnostic Tool Plastic ECUs Programmer Vehicle Repair Tool Engine Diagnostic
  • Stay up-to-date with thelatest firmware and support of the SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer, ensuring reliable perform and optimalresults.
  • The SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer is a trustedtool for professional technicians, offering comprehensive functionality and easy integration into your workflows.
  • The SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer offersadvanced functionality for efficient and precise ECUs programming.
  • With its 67IN1 dongle & OBDcompatibility, the SM2Pro J2534VCI ECUs programmer provides a versatilesolution for read and write operations.
  • Experienceseamless ECUs programming with the SM2Pro J2534VCI, designed to streamlines the read and write processes for enhanced efficiency.
Bestseller No. 6
VXDIAG VCX Nano GDS2 and Tech2Win Diagnostic Tool Compatible for GM/OPEL with Global Diagnostic Programming System GDS & GDS2 Blue
  • 🚗[Technical assistance] If you have any installation problems, download the installation manual. Or please contact us at any time. We can provide technical support and help you install software online
  • 🚗[Vehicle Coverage] Installation Tips: Please turn off anti-virus software before install. VXDIAG VCX NANO fully compatible with SAE-J2534-1 & SAE-J2534-2. All current and most legacy vehicle protocols: CAN, UART, KW2000, Class2, GM LAN, etc.
  • 🚗[Functional] ●USB vehicle-to-PC connectivity●Supports Windows,XP●CE and FCC compliance for hardware●Firmware Updatable. 【SPS】Service Programming System: ◎Passthrough programming on GM past model and Global A vehicles◎Increase reprogramming speed 20-70% and get ready to service new models.
  • 🚗[GDS] Global Diagnostic System: ◎New Diagnostic Application Software required for all GM Global Architecture (Global A) Vehicles. ◎GDS & GDS2 is software which runs on a specific PC. Updates received via TIS2Web.
  • 🚗[Efficient&Convenience] Quick access to vehicle data for maintenance or management reports.Quickly attaches to vehicle's diagnostic connector. Mixed fleet capabilities with broad protocol support.May be used with desktop PC or laptop. make sure your computer at least 4GB.Tech2win software only installed on 7 32bit computer and on physical system.Please download the latest vxmanager from vxdiag official website.

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