Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby 0081 » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:58 pm

Will this work with the holden captiva?

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby Tazzi » Sat Jan 02, 2016 10:33 am

0081 wrote:Will this work with the holden captiva?


Absolutely no clue unfortunately :thumbdown:

I would *assume* the captiva's ECU operates over the same CAN language. Guess theres only one way to find out.!
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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby madmaxisback » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:47 pm

Awesome work Tazzi lots of :comp: in that software. PM Sent

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby Charlescrown » Mon Mar 21, 2016 8:33 am

Got a funny one occurring. Every time I open the software it tells me there is an update so I go through the update process which says its completed only to see the same message next time. Any clues?

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby yoda69 » Mon Mar 21, 2016 5:33 pm

Try running the update as Administrator.

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby Tazzi » Mon Mar 21, 2016 8:48 pm

yoda69 wrote:Try running the update as Administrator.

Spot on :thumbup:
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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby Charlescrown » Wed Mar 23, 2016 5:02 am

Done thanks

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby kennedy1974 » Tue Apr 19, 2016 4:49 pm

Just want to thank Tazzi for all his help and support he has given us all.

I've on recently gotten back into playing around with PCM's etc as my brother-in-law has a VY SS with the LS1 and has convinced me into putting something into my WB one tonner.
I'm currently looking at either the L67 Supercharged V6 or the LS1 conversion.

I use to play around when Kalmaker was first released... Jeez I hope that doesnt show my age :shh:

I cant wait to play more with the Elm St software, but I'm also hoping I can get a licence still from Tazzi.

If there's anything I can do to Help, just let me know.
Cheer's from the other side.... the sunny side, Qld.

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby Leosayer123 » Thu May 05, 2016 4:54 am

Hi Tazzi, I'm new to the forum as I was looking for a tool to diagnose multiple modules on ve. I've been using a hanatech Scantool for many years, it's now beyond repair n I often get called on to do timing chain software updates on ve n captiva. While I have the file n j2545 programmer paying $75 to diagnose from acdelco is beyond me n also replacing my Scantool ATM

I would love the opportunity to use ur software n would greatly appreciate a free activation key

Thanks in advance

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Re: Software On ELM Street - OBD2 Software Development

Postby David_VT_LS1 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:44 pm

Well, 10 days later and 108 pages read. Superb effort Tazzi on the software. Have been dabbling in vb.net ( and vb6 earlier ) for many years and you have sparked my interest in looking back into this stuff.

Lots more reading and researching to do, it seems. Will need to find a new hobby for the SO :D

Cheers

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