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Old 07-19-2013, 01:25 PM
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Default OBD2 cable for programming need help

Hello all,

I am newbie so please be easy on me . I am looking for a usb cable tool that can plug to OBD2 port for diagnostic and change the idle value little bit high to solve the vibration issue. I need suggestion from your expertise which cable tools I need to get, software download, install etc ...
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