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    So the BBx for P12 didn't make it in? Trailblazer is acting funny and wanted to "read" (Tune section, not Scan) the PCM with V2 controller no-can-do has P10 and P11 but no P12, WHY?
    Last edited by Chevy366; December 11th, 2014 at 10:30 AM.
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    P12 has been in the V8 BBx software for a long time.

    To add support for P12 to BBx, do this:
    Right click in the blue section (of the [F5: BBX]->[F2: Scan] window) and select "Add", then right click the engine controller area and select P12.

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    Sorry, you said "Tune not Scan", I read that as "Scan not Tune".
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    I'll try again...

    P12 has been in the V8 BBx software for a long time.

    To add support for P12 to BBx (for reading and flashing), do this:
    Right click in the blue section (of the [F5: BBX]->[F3: Tune] window) and select "Add", then right click the engine controller area and select P12.

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    Got it, thanks!
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    Well not getting there, seems I get a code about midway through read, $0281 No data received. The controller does the orange>blue LED flashes, then about midway through it stops instrument lights flash on and off, controller then flashes orange a few time then the error code displays.
    P12 Config Files are present in EFILive Explorer, Explorer shows that there was an attempt to create a P12 (P12_0013) file in Read section, size is 1KB.

    Never Mind!
    Formatted the Config File and did the FlashScan P12 addition and programmed the controller again worked.
    Last edited by Chevy366; December 11th, 2014 at 12:19 PM.
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    After you get that error (and before powering off FlashScan), select the option to save a trace file: [F1 Scan Tool]->[F3 Scan Options]->[F1 Save Trace File].
    Then use EFILive Explorer to copy the saved trace fiel to your PC and email it to me at paul@efilive.com,or attach it to this thread.

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