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    Default Food For the Brain

    Hello All,
    This is just a little sample of the GM OBDII class that I put together, I am happy to be a member of your community and look forward to learning from and sharing knowledge with members.

    Thanks Enjoy
    Tech-Link
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    Hi techlink,

    Can you email me a copy of this. I can't download for some strange reason.

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    Hmmm, isn't the GM Technician site called Tech Link?
    Early EFILive V5 user - Upgraded from AutoTap for DOS!
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    Smile Hmmmmm

    So It is Hmmmmm

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    Try right clicking on the file
    Save Link As
    Once saved, right click on the file and click rename
    Change the last 3 letters from "php" to "pdf"
    You should then be able to open the file in Acrobat

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    I guess the question needs to be asked (and I am not being negative here)...
    What is the difference as far as what you are offering and what the GM Service CD's offer?

    Cheers,
    Ross

    P.S - I've moved this thread to lounge as it is not really to do with EFIU.
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    Default Not negative

    The GM Cd's are ok, they are just too simple and provide few solutions based on just reading the operation and testing documentation.
    Does the GM CD's show you how the circuits work using animations or show you how to diagnose using amp probe or differential scope mathematics we use creative methods that go far beyond the GM CD's
    We like to use actual pictures and not line art diagrams. We show you the test points of a circuit not just a wiring diagram...
    We have specialists in most automotive, industrial and off road applications.

    Would you find page #9 in any GM Manual?

    Do you know how to use it?

    How do you interpret Freeze Frame Data?

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    I was just asking!, for those that may not have seen a GM manual before it was a good opportunity for you to point out the advantages of your system, not hold me to task.

    Regarding page #9, I assume you have an imperial version?, sure makes sense to me in Metric, but many around here would disagree.

    Cheers,
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    Default We have it in many flavors even strawberry

    Of course, this was from a manual the we wrote for a parts supply company that was delivered across the continent to professional automotive technicans.
    For many the program was too much information in too short a time period.
    The original plan was for a 40 hour advanced class, which became 2 x(3.5) hour evening seminars.
    The information was well presented given the time, It was unfortunate however that the time limit was unrealistic for proper delivery.
    We still deliver this class but now have it in Electonic form and soon on DVD.

    I'm sorry about "not negative" I was just quoting your words and it was not intended to be inflamatory or to take you to task.

    I do however always challenge my students and customers to expand their minds. I appreciate the opportunity that this forum has allowed us...
    We hope to do as much for the tuning community as possible.

    Regards
    Techlink

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