Automotive Diagnostic Softare

Where to download toyota Techstream 14.30.023?

dave1987 | 12 November, 2019 03:57

 

Free download Techstream 14.30.023 dealer software for obd2 diagnosis and programming on Toyota, Lexus, Scion:
https://mega.nz/#!Y1J3kaCB!od0NVv5PEjoxhxYluNnLuts2uwjsIUJAhTSb07-wptI
Release Date: 2019/11
Version: 14.30.023
techstream-v14-30-023
Multilingual (without Russian):
Chinese, English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, etc.
System requirements: Windows XP-10 x32 and x64
Minimum PC requirements

 

Supported OS Windows XP SP2 Windows Vista 32 bit (64 bit not supported) Windows 7 – 32 bit
Main memory 512MB 1GB 1GB
Display resolution Recommended: 1024×768 – Minimum: 1024×600
Available Hard Disk Space 256MB
Processor speed 1 GHZ
USB 1 USB 1.1 or 2.0 port free
Network Internet Connection required for software activation

 

Techstream activation: pls go to the thread http://garageforum.org/Thread-TS-All-Ver…on?page=98
Techstream software installation:
instruction:
install-techstream-v14
video:
VERY VERY VERY IMPORTANT:
If you cannot get Techstream activated and make it go, it’s your way to go:
http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/wifi-version-vxdiag-vcx-nano-for-toyota-tis-techstream.html
Techstream inside the kit is confirmed to work well for Toyota customization, obd2 diagnosis and programming.
TIS is available in three different levels. The link above (VXDIAG VCX NANO Techstream) has the full functionality.

 

Subscription Level Features Techstream Standard Techstream Professional
Diagnostic
Techstream Security
Professional
TIS Library      
Service Bulletins Yes Yes Yes
Repair Manuals Yes Yes Yes
Wiring Diagrams Yes Yes Yes
Technical Training Yes Yes Yes
Other Technical Information   Yes Yes
Diagnostics / Reprogramming      
Techstream Scantool Software   Yes Yes
ECU Calibrations   Yes Yes
Identifix Direct-Hit   Yes Yes
Security
(U.S. and Mexico VINs only)
     
Key Codes     Yes
Immobilizer / Smart Reset     Yes

 

* Mini VCI J2534 cable remain untested. You are at you risk.

 

Godzilla Key Cutting Machine Car and Key List

dave1987 | 11 November, 2019 02:51

CG Godzilla car key cutting machine has been rolled out.

Godzilla key cutter support vehicle/key brands as follow:

  • Supports more than 60 global car makers, 2,000 car models and 20,000 all keys lost database
Mitsubishi Betamotor Courier Fama Holga Kubota Mippart Pro-DF SISO Ube
A.L.H Better Built Craftsman Fantic Motor Homak Kumahira Miwa Proform Sispa Undercover
A.R.E. Bicycles Cromodora Farma Home Depot KVR MLM Promo Sj Unifor
Abarth Big Dog Motorcycles Croyden Fas Hon Kwikset M-Loy ProRack Skoda Union
Abbess BiLock CRUZ Fasem Honda Kymco MLS Protec SKS Unipart
Abloy Bimamtara CTM Fastec Honda (Cycles) Kynnarps MMF Industries Proto Slaymaker United Hospital
ABS Bimota CVL FB Honeywell KYR Mobella Proton SMI Unity Lock
Absa Bisley CWS FCV Howo La Fonte Moia Puch Snap On US Lock
Abus BKS CX5 Feb HPC Lada Montesa Pundra Snugtop Uscan
Ace Blau Cyber Lock Federal Hudson Lamborghini Mori G PYCM Sofi Vachette
ACM Bloster D & D Femsa Hudson (Auto) Lambretta Morini Franco QLP SOHO Vago
Acura Blue Bird Dacia Fenco Huf Lancia Moskvitch R.G. Soprano Valeo
Adly BMA Dad Ferrari Hummer Land Rover Mosler R.O.C. SOS Valladerio
A-DZG BMB Daewoo FF-Facchinetti Hupmobile Lane Moto Becane Rabbit Southco Valnes
Aegis BMC DAF Fiam Hurd Laperche Moto Guzzi Rad Southern Folger Vario
AGA BMW Daihatsu Fiamca Husky Laporte Moto Morini Ram Southern Steel Various
AGB BMW (Cycles) Daimler Fiat Husqvarna Lapp-Finze Motobi Rambler Sperrkolb Vauxhall
Agent Boda Daiya Fichet Huwil Lark Motobimm Ramis Spider Vermeer
Agrati Garelli Bode Datsun (See Nissan) FireKing Hymer Las Motorcycle (various) Rammax SportRack Veronelli
Ahrend Bomag Decayeux Firmadoor Hyosung LaSalle Motron Range Rover Squire Vespa
Aircraft Bombardier Deere First Lock Hyundai Lasbolaget Mottura Rawson-Koening Ssangyong Victor
AKS Bommer Deezee Fist Ideal Laudon Mountain Top Rayton Fissore Stack-On Victory
ALA Bomoro Defiant Fix Idm Laverda Muel Regent Stahl Vidmar
Aldridge Bonaiti DeFort Flambo Idro Stop LDV Mul-T-Lock Remington Stant Vinco
ALFA Bosch De-Jong Flora IFAM Leer MV Augusta Renault Star Ving
Alfa Romeo Brabantia Dekaba Foden Ikea LeFebure MZ Renz Starfor VIP
AL-KO Bricard DeLaporte Folger Adam ILCO Legge Nabob Reo Steelcase Viro
All Lock Briggs & Stratton DeLorean Ford Illinois Lehmann Naiki Rex Sterling Volkswagen
Allsteel Brisant Delsey Fort Imsa Lenlock Namco Reynolds Steyr-Puch Volvo
Alpha British Cars Delta Fort Lock Independent Lensveld Nash Richelieu Stilford Volvo Penta
Altin British Leyland Delta Motor Foton Indian Leopold National Rickenbacker Store All Volvo Trucks
Amaro Limitada Brockway Demm FPB Infiniti Lexus Navistar International Riopel Strafor Wacker
AMC BSA Derbi Fral Ingersoll Lince NB Locks RiteFit Strattec Wally
American Devices BTV Desoto Freightliner Innocenti Lincoln Negrini Rivers Strazh Walsall
American Padlock Buell Detex Frigidaire Inokom Lincoln Sentry Neiman Rizzato Strebor Wangtong
AMMA Furniture Buffo Deutz FSM Interlock Lips Nemef RNL Stremler Wartburg
Anchor Bug Dexter FTH International Lista New Holland Robinson STS Waso
Anderson Hickey Buick Diamond Reo Fuso Trucks Iseo Litto Nikpol Rola Studebaker Weather Guard
Anker Bullit DiaSafe Gainsborough Isetta LiuGong Nissan Rolls Royce Stuv Weber
Ankerslot Bumil Diebold Galloper Isuzu LMP Nobb Roma Subaru Weco
Antonioli Burgwächter Difa Gardex Ital LOB Nobo Romak Sul Weiser
Apecs Buzon Diplomat Gardner Italjet Lock Focus Normbau Roneo Sulky Welka
Apeks BWD Dirak Garelli Ito Locks4Vans Norwalk Ronis Sun Safes Wertheim
Aprilia C.R. Directiv Garny Ivanhoe Lockwood NSP Rootes Sunar Wesco
Arco Rifkin Cadillac Disalcar Garran Iveco LOK4 NSU Rosengren Sunbeam Wesko
Arctic Cat Caf DKW-Hercules Garrett J.C.B. Loksafe Oakland Ross Superior Weslock
Arcu Cagiva DMK Gatemate Jaco Lord Safe Co ODA Rousseau Suzuki West
Arfe CAP Doblina Geely Jaguar Lori Odaira Seisakusho Rover (also see Brit.Leyland) Suzuki (Cycles) West Alloy
Arman Caravans Dodge Gefi Jeep Lotus Officeworks Royal Swift Western Star
Armstrong Carbine DOM GEGE Jensen Lowe & Fletcher Ogden Ruka S-Wing Westfalia
Aro Dacia Car-Go Dominion Gelbon JIP LSDA Ojmar Ruko SWM Westward
Arregui Carryboy Doorking General JIS Lusterful Oldsmobile Runo Sylvan WG
Arrow Cas-Cisma Doric General Lock JMC LUV Olivetti Russwin SYM Whitco
Art Steel Case Dorma General Motors Jofco M&C Olympus S2 Tailik White Trucks
Arteb Case IH Dormakaba Geo John Deere Mack Truck Omec Saab Talbot Wigro
Asec Cash Box DS Automobiles Gera Johnson Magirus-Deutz OMR Sab Talon Wilka
ASSA Casi Dubois Gerda Joma Magneti M Opel Safe Tampalini Willys
Aston Martin Catalano Ducati Gete Jore Magnum Opsial Safeguard Tann Wilmot Breeden
Astra Cavers Dudley GHE JPM Mahindra Optimus Safes Taurean Wilson Bohannon
Asuna Cawi Durant Giad JU Maico Ordo Salsbury Taylor Wind
Atal Cays Dusenberg Gilera JuNie Maine Engineering Orengo Sama Technal Windsor
Atala CCP Dynaconsult Giobert Junkunc Padlock Majestic Oris Sandleford Tecnolar Winkhaus
ATP Ceccherelli Eagle Gipis Juwel Malaguti Oshkosh Santos Teka Winlock
Atra Cem Eberhard Giussani Jval Malanca Ossa Sargent Teknion Winnebago
Audi Cema Ebro GKS Kaba MAN Trucks Outboard Marine Corporation Sargent & Greenleaf Tele-Lock Witte
Auno Cenate Edsal Global Kaiser-Fraser Marco Overland Saturn Tennsco Wittkopp
Ausfile Centaur Efco Global Link Kaken Marks OZ Roll Scandilock Terca WMS
Austin Healey Cerion Eiko GMC Kale Maruti Packard Scania Tesa Xiehe
Austin-Morris Cerutti Elca Gmg Karrite Maserati Paco Schlage Tesio XL
Austral Lock CES Elgin Goal Kason Massey Ferguson Papaiz Schroeder-Thompson Teskey Yakima
Auth Florence Cessna Aircraft Emhart Governor Kasp Master Parma Schulte Testi Yale
Autobianchi Cev EMKA Graham-Paige Kassel Matco Pastore Schwab TGB Yamaha
Autocar Chavo Empire Great Wall Kawasaki Matrix Patrone Scion Thetford Yard
Avocet Chevrolet Endurance GreenteQ Keil Mauer PC-Cortellezzi Sea Thirard Yardeni
AXA Chicago Enfield GSA Keiper Mauser PEACE Seat Thomee Yeti
Azbe Chituma Era GTV Kennedy Maxus Peerless Securefast Thule Ymos
Azma Chrysler Esco Guard Kenstan Mazda Pegaso Securemme Tigris York
B&D (Rollerdoor) Chubb Esety Guardian Kenworth MBK Pegasus Securicraft Timberline Yugo (also see Fiat)
BAB CIB ESP Guerville Riquier Keso MBM Penn Securital Titan Yvel
Baja Cimatti Essendia Hafele Keya MCC Perino Security Manufacturing Corp Titano YWS
Baldwin Cisa Estlock Hager KI McGunn Peripoli Securkey Tok Zadi
Bargman Citroen Etna Hanomagh Kia MCM Perko Segal Tokaj Rika Zaz
Basco City Eunos Hardcraft Kiekert Medeco Peterbilt Seima Tokoz Zeiss-Ikon
Basi CL Euro Elzett Harley Davidson Kiferm ME-FA Peugeot SELECTLOK Tomos Zenith
Basta CL2 Eurolocks Haskell Kimball Melsmetall Peugeot (Cycles) Sentry Top ZOO
Baton Clarks Europlan Hasler Kincrome Menova Pfaffenhain Sepa Toro  
Batu Clausor Eurospace Haworth Kirk Mercedes Piaggio Sermec Touch  
Bauer CMC Eurospec Hekna Kissel Mercury Picard Serraller Toyota  
BDS CNHTC Evinrude Helix KITman Meridian Pinnicle Shaw Walker Trabant  
Beach Cole EVVA Heller Enterprises Knaack Merit PJ Showa Trelock  
Beaver Cole Hersee Excalibre Henderson Knapheid Merkur Plymouth Siam TriMark  
Bedford Coleman Ezcurra Hercules Knoll Meroni Poclain Sias TrioVing  
Beechcraft Colomenca E-Z-SET Herman Miller Kobalt Metal Polaris Sidchrome Triumph  
Bellville Conforti F.I.C. Herring-Hall-Marvin Kodai Metal Rousseau Pollak Sideral Triumph (Cycles)  
Benelli Corbin Faab Hinaka Kolb Metalcastelli Pontiac Simca Trolese  
Bentley Corbin Cabinet Lock FAB Hino Truck Komatsu Meteor Porsche Simeca Tru Guard  
Beram CorbinRusswin FAC Hitchlock Konsmetal MG Potent Simplex TRW-Sipea  
Bertone Corcoran & Riggs FACEA Hobby Kraus and Naimer Mia Prefer Sinotruk TVR  
Best Corni Facef-Domus Hobes Kromer Minda Premier Sipea UAP  
Beta Couch Falcon Holden KTM Mini Presta SIS Uaz  

http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/CG-godzilla-key-cutting-machine-with-battery.html

 

Where to Download Honda HDS 3.102.051?

dave1987 | 08 November, 2019 03:31

 

Free download Honda HIM HDS 3.102.051 software:
https://share.weiyun.com/5h7sg4W
Password: ntadgm
honda-hds-him
Security: safe!
Honda HIM china clone compatible!
honda-him
Description:
Honda HDS (Honda & Acura Diagnostic System) is the latest diagnostic software for Honda vehicles. Diagnostic functions available for vehicles of HONDA/ACURA from year 1992 to 2007.
Test coverage: Dynamical, Body, Chassis, ABS, SRS, Anti-theft, etc.
HDS supports CAN BUS system, and it can re-program the Auto ECU.
HDS is the copied software load on a third-party HIM firmware.
You need an RS-232 port on your computer. If your computer doesn’t natively have one, you’ll need a USB->RS-232 adapter. Software updates frequently.
Here are a few more things it claims to do:
Honda functions include:
• DTC reading and clearing
• Snapshot function (capture data relative to a trigger event)
• Vehicle data display (value, line graph, or bar graph formats)
• DLC locator diagrams
• Data list display (real-time display of ECU parameters)
• Onboard tutorial
• Generic scan tool runs basic tests on non-Honda/Acura vehicles (HDS Tablet and Pocket Tester only)
• Control module update functions (HDS Tablet and Pocket Tester only)
Video: How to install Honda HDS software
HDS installation instruction in detail…
http://blog.obdii365.com/2017/06/23/install-honda-hds-him-3-102-044-on-windows-7/

 

How to Install Tech 2 Tis2000 from Smart Phones

dave1987 | 07 November, 2019 03:48

 

It’s about GM computer programming – useful set up, software support and the stuff you cant learn in school!
Its old but still has its place in the tool box of today’s technician.
TIS2000 and Tech 2:
Consider purchasing a decent copy of TIS2000 software http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/tis2000-cd-and-usb-key-for-gm-tech2-gm-car-model.html
This will allow you to program and update controllers up to 2008 on most GM family vehicles. On the good side, you can use TIS2000 as well as TIS on WEB in both pass thru mode, as well as remote mode if your PC is not close to the car your working on. TIS2000 can also be configured to use a J tool in pass thru meaning if you were to acquire a J2534 unit or an MDI down the road, you can configure TIS2000 to work directly in concert with it. Another benefit to using TIS2000, even WITH a subscription to TIS on WEB is that TIS on WEB is no longer supporting VTD re-learning on a lot of pre CAN products. Its worth its salt just for that feature alone. TIS2000 allows you to use your Tech 2 as a pass thru unit and you would have the flashes resident to your PC. You do not need to have internet access to flash program cars from TIS2000. This is all upside!
Downside is that TIS2000 is not known to play nice with Windows OS beyond windows XP. It also does not work on a solid state hard drives or memory devices. It has to be a good fashioned platter drive. It takes up a good amount of HD space as well (as much as 4GB).
If you can believe it, OTC actually provided programming software to allow an OTC Genisys, Mentor, Taskmaster, Deturminator to do programming on ALL GM modules in Pre O8. As a matter of fact, the data disc updates are directly from GM and work with TIS2000 software to update it. The only catch is that you need to have the TIS2000 program installation disc and a software security key to make it work on a PC.
I have personally posted TIS2000 discs and security keys on auction sites and the feedback I get on how well it works is outstanding as to its usefulness and functionality.
For some newer vehicles, as new as 2007 (caddy’s and W body cars in particular), they love to tell you to go blow when it comes to pass-thru programming or even using a remote mode of programming with MDI, Tech 2 or generic J 2534 units. Believe it or not, I have had to use gm Tech 2 Legacy feature to get into some of these modules.
Yea, yea, it all sounds kinda overwhelming, but trust me, its all there, you just have to know what it means when you’re looking at it. Once you know where its at, you will know when its time to use it.
PC Selection for GM programming:
Now that Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP, lots of folks have moved away from XP as an OS. If you want to continue to use programs like TIS2000, better think it over before re-formatting your PC.
Windows XP:
I personally, use a Toughbook CF19 with windows XP on a platter drive specifically for the purpose of working with GM products. Its a little more expensive than the CF18’s or CF24’s that most folks use because they are much cheaper. The only reason I use CF19 is because it has SATA hard drive capabilities. The wonderful thing about Toughbook is that it has a removable hard drive caddy in the side. You can slide the hard drive, hard drive heater and caddy out in seconds, and slip in another unit with whatever load of windows you like. Personally, I have one platter drive equipped caddy with all my GM software using Windows XP. When I need some other application like Ford IDS, or Chrysler witech, or Honda HDS, I simply pop the GM HD out of my PC and slip in a Solid State HD with Windows 7 in and fire it up. Some folks are astonished that Windows 7 will work well on such a Puny processor, but with a little added RAM, (4 Gig total) and a SSHD, it works great! If your already using windows 7 on a platter drive, you can easily install a virtual windows XP onto it. There is actually a feature within windows 7 to do just that.
MacOS:
Afraid of an Apple Mac Book for programming? Think again! It may be the best unit out there!
I also like to use my MacBook Pro and a program called parallels to run OS10 for general computing, than I can do the 2 finger slide into windows 7 and 2 finger side into XP as I need to. I do not need to close down a virtual machine like Windows requires you to do when you want to toggle between multiple operating systems. You simply put two fingers on the mouse pad and SSSLLLLLIIIIIDDDDDEEEEE to whatever OS you want to use. Parallels shares the USB ports and wireless, so there is no loss of connectivity or functionality. Truth be told, MacBook is FAR superior to PC even with a windows OS on it. You can also use programs like Virtual Box on MacBook to jump from Apple OS10 to Whatever windows OS you like, but I find parallels to be far more user friendly and light years faster! I have not even broached Linux operating systems like Ubuntu which also work great with some of this software and are just incredibly fast!
Smart phone:
Connecting to the Internet……PICK UP THE PHONE!!!!!!!!
The last thing I want to discuss is how you can use your smart phone to connect your PC to the net to get on GM TIS ON WEB. Sure, you can make most smart phones like I phone and Android an internet “hot spot” BUT…..This is slow, and insecure! I prefer to use a cell phone app called “PDA NET.” This allows me to tether my cell phone directly to my PC through USB and gives me lightning fast internet service. The trial app can be had for free, but I’m telling you, spend the eight bucks to buy the app. Its way better, has far more features and folks, if you use this one single time to update a controller, it will more than pay for itself!
Finally, bear in mind, I am by no means a computer expert/geek! I am nominal in skill level at best! I rely on the kindness of others to show me the way. This is why our always welcome to reach out with questions.
Reference:
Windows xp/7/8 installation tips:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2018/03/14/install-tis2000-on-windows-xp-7-8-64bit-or-32bit/
TIS2000 programming instruction:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2018/04/22/gm-tech-ii-and-tis200-do-pass-thru-programming/

 

Volvo VIDA DiCE and VXDIAG Volvo Comparison

dave1987 | 06 November, 2019 00:37

Look here: the two popular Volvo diagnostic and programming tools: Dice/VIDA cheap china clone and Allscanner VXDIAG VCX NANO for Volvo
Now, we’re gonna to talk which is better
Volvo diagnostic tool DiCE/VIDA VXDIAG VCX NANO Volvo
Image  
volvo-dice
 
vxdiag-nano-2014d
Price $135.00 $59.99
Original/clone China clone Original
Allscanner made
Latest software VIDA 2015A VIDA 2014D
Operating system Windows 7 32 bit: tested!
Windows XP: need luck
Windows 8: need luck
Windows 10: need luck
MacOS: need luck
Windows 7 32 bit: tested!
Windows XP: need luck
Windows 8: need luck
Windows 10: need luck
MacOS: need luck
Language Italian/ English/ French/ Portuguese/ Swedish/ Japanese/ Korean/ Dutch/ Russian/ Turkish/ Thai/ Traditional Chinese/ Simplified Chinese Italian/ English/ French/ Portuguese/ Swedish/ Japanese/ Korean/ Dutch/ Russian/ Turkish/ Thai/ Traditional Chinese/ Simplified Chinese
Vehicle coverage 1999-2017
(only some 2017 models covered, but most 2015 cars covered)
1999-2014
Obd2 diagnosis Yes Yes
Programming Yes Yes
Conclusion:
Dice VIDA 2015A covers more Volvo cars and it works perfectly for most cars, even some new cars made in the year 2019. but there are different Dice china clone, pls confirm that the one you have is a decent one like http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/vida-dice-2015a-diagnostic-tool-for-volvo.html (the best-quality clone)
Vxdiag VCX Nano Volvo uses its own firmware and runs quicker. But it can works with 2014D only!
Reference:
Volvo VIDA 2015A download:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2019/04/25/free-download-vida-dice-2015a-for-volvo-1999-2017/
Volvo VIDA windows 7 install: (100% success)
Volvo VIDA 2015A installation requirement:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2019/09/01/volvo-vida-2015a-requirements-win7-win10-ie11/
Volvo VIDA log in:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2018/01/10/solved-volvo-vida-2014d-cannot-log-in/
Volvo VIDA how to program a module:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2018/08/24/program-volvo-s60-cem-with-vida-dice/
Volvo VIDA – What’s fun:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2019/09/04/cool-things-to-do-with-volvo-vidadice/
Volvo VIDA how to update:
http://blog.obdii365.com/2019/09/05/buy-volvo-vida-software-update-online-for-dice-clone/
Volvo VIDA how to crack:
A couple of weeks ago the car suffered a spurious DIM fault which left me with a SRS alarm standing. Unsure of what faults may be laying in wait and in order to clear the SRS alarm, I ordered a VIDA/DICE unit from EBAY. 
I know that VIDA/DICE is a big issue on the forum and has been covered many times, but I wanted to put down my experience while it is still fresh in my mind, and that it may help any out there who are struggling or are wondering whether to get a unit or not.
Once I got the VIDA/DICE unit I set about looking at the numerous posts that had been put on various forums, and I realised immediately that this was not going to be as easy as most software / hardware you buy off the shelves. However. my first challenge was to find a laptop with Win 7 professional on it. Luckily my son had a large desktop / laptop with it on and he let me do a fresh install and update. I then followed a YOUTUBE video for installation. (No instructions came with the device at all).
Following along, I got VIDA 2014D installed OK. I then rushed out to my car to try it out. When I plugged the DICE into the computer it searched for the drivers and eventually recognized the device. I then started VIDA, but it would not see the DICE unit. Just a box with a Red X in it.
OK so back to the forums to see what people did about that. I must have tried innumerable combinations of things and I was about to give up. As a last ditch effort I dug out an old Toshiba Laptop I had. This only had Vista Home Premium on it, but it was a 250GB drive, 4GB of RAM and an Intel Core DUO processor (P8600) which was way below the spec of my sons laptop, but adequate for VIDA. I searched on the WEB for the cheapest WIN 7 professional license I could buy and got one from Software GEEKS for £19. 
I loaded the 32 BIT version as this is all the laptop could cope with. Followed some of the tips I had picked up on the forums, and loaded VIDA back up again. I went out this morning in the pouring rain to try and connect it to the car – hey presto – it worked. I have checked and cleared down the faults, including the SRS alarm. I am a very happy man. So below is the setup I used which worked for me and I hope it helps someone else out there who has been struggling.
1. I purchased a VIDA / DICE unit with the latest 2014D software. The VIDA unit has multicoloured lights on it. I had read on the forums that there were some out there with only Blue Lights and seemed to give problems.
2. Use WIN 7 professional 32 Bit and let windows do a full update (takes ages). You will certainly need to ensure that service pack 1 is installed. When mine was loaded and updated, it only had Internet Explorer 8 on it. I had to download and install IE9. VIDA 2014D would not load with only IE8 in place.
3. Download the latest version of JAVA
4. At this point I created a restore point in windows, so I could revert to this point should I have problems installing VIDA.
5. I then turned off User Account Control (UAC) and disabled the Windows Firewall.
6. Check that the only version of .net that you have is .NET 3.5. I had read that if you are on version 4 VIDA doesn’t like it. (You can check the version in the registry editor in Windows)
7. I then loaded VIDA following this Youtube video https://youtu.be/b5XMXqsSlHw
  1. Once VIDA was proven to work, I then took the laptop out to the car and connected the DICE unit to the OBD2 socket and plugged it into the laptop. Windows searched for the drivers and installed them. When I opened VIDA up, I needed to enter all the car details in the Vehicle Profile section. This time the page also showed my DICE unit in the DICE configuration Box. With the vehicle details entered, the Diagnostics TAB activated and as long as the Ignition is in the II position, it will read all the onboard computers.
    Why didn’t this work for me the first time I tried it? I think it might be that VIDA / DICE didn’t like the 64Bit version of Win7 Pro, although others may have got it working on that platform. I also think I got in a mess with the .net 3.5 vs the .net 4.5.
    My thanks to all those on various Forums who have posted up their solutions. Most are for earlier versions of VIDA, and I didn’t see many for the 2014D version that I bought.
    It has been a long week messing around with this, but I am currently walking on air.
    One final tip – while messing around with VIDA on the car the ignition is on. I would put the battery charger on while in this state as the battery soon runs down. I’m currently waiting for it to charge up so I can start the car!!!
    Volvo VIDA 2015A where to:
http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/volvo-vida-dice-2015a-software.html

 

Program Toyota prius new or used key using Techstream

dave1987 | 05 November, 2019 02:51

 

Got my Mini VCI cable today
Had an extra Remote for my Prius (Smartkey) and figured let’s put the techstream to test…
watched the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SivdN83i4E
and it was very similar
just chose your car and chose with smartkey and connect.
in techstream you have to go to the BODY tab
then SMartKey
a new tab opens with SMARTKEY LIVE on top
you can erase your old keys and end up with 1 and you can add new codes
it is very simple to follow
====
I was not successful as I had a 3 fold problem
1) you need to have the car on ACC .. meaning press the GO button 2 times without touching the brake for the techstream to do its thing … I left the brake lights on and I was sitting in the car trying to figure this out so my car battery Died!
2) it took me a while because Id id not realize that the remote battery is dead.. so I went and found the battery installed it and come back.
3) the laptop battery died on me now
anyhow once the car battery died I was done playing in the cold and dark outside with no laptop battery …
so lessons learned
1- charge your laptop fully,
2) make sure your remote battery is good
3) do not leave any light on when your car is on ACC and do not take your time … do your readings before turning on the car
I had 2 remotes installed and I was able to erase and leave only one . so techstream works..
the programming of the additional Key did not take.. not sure if the battery I put in was weak or because the car battery was dying by then..
prius-key-mini-vci
Finally, I figured it out
was able to programming smart key used or new
I am here to put this to rest and collect all the info in one place, since I saw this question all over with no solid answer
Thread:
SMART KEY Remote FOB Programming New or Used Toyota Highlander / Prius
You need:
– Techstream software
– MINI VCI cable or compatible cable (Mongoose MFC)
– Compatible remote
– Used Remotes need a PASS CODE from TIS (can get it from online services or an authorized locksmith/dealer with access to TIS, or someone with the Keygen)
———
– Techstream software (you get it with the cable or you can find it around the net)
– Cable: just go to http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/mini-vci-for-toyota-with-toyota-tis.html or search for techstream cable on Google
– The drivers for the cable – works well on XP but for win 64bit you need to manually install x64 drivers.
-The remote with working batteries of course. needs to have the Same FCC ID and the same transmitter ID which is printed on the inside on the circuit board.
Mine for 2008 hybrid highlander with hatchback power
FCC ID HYQ14AAB
Toyota part# 8990448110
transmitter ID: 271451-0140
If your remote is virgin and has never been programmed you are good to go, if not perhaps if you bought a used one: you need to do smartkey reset via techstream and it will ask you for a passcode.
it gives you a 96 character code + vin # of the car you can get the passcode using those 2 on some website (20-30$) or from a dealer/locksmith
If the smartkey is brand new you can just use techstream and program it
turn on the car like you are going to drive it but leave it in park, this way your battery will not drain while you work, make sure your laptop is fully charged.
Install the drivers for the cable and install techstream make sure it runs
connect the cable to obdII socket and your USB and in techstream connect to the car
make sure that is your car in the menu and chose WITH SMART KEY option.
in techstream: body electrical> smart key> utility>
New remote> key code registration and follow the prompt very easy.
Used remote> Smart key reset with the drivers door open for the whole duration of programing and the car on fully so the battery does not die. Get the SEED code , do not close the techstream till you get the passcode , if you close it the smart key reset code will change.
get the passcode and put it in .. wait 16 minutes .. the program is slow do not freak out if the screen disappears just put your own timer for 16 min.
then register the remote.. using Register Key CLASSIC.. chose 3rd option ” I have already reset the smart key”
program your used key first
then your original key and you are done.
FOR PEOPLE WHO NEED THE TIS PASSCODE: it goes for around 30$ online or you can buy the program for 400$ from china to generate it. the program comes on a USB dongle and only works from the dongle, I have not found the hack for that.
If you have a dealer friend or locksmith friend they should be able to hook you up.
I might be able to hook you up with SEED code for 14.50$ from a local locksmith friend of mine. send me a pm if you need it.
I have the Passcode calculator program but it does not work without the USB dongle if anyone can crack it and extract the algorithm or make it work without the dongle we can all get our passcodes for free
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UPDATE: I was doing a family members 2013 prius
stay with the older version of techstream as seed code.
http://blog.obdii365.com/2019/11/04/prius-new-or-used-smart-key-programming-instruction/

 

Download and install Techstream V12 VMware for VXDIAG Toyota

dave1987 | 04 November, 2019 04:30

 

Getting Techstream up and running can be a bit of a pain. Hopefully this helps someone get started quickly.
Step 1: Purchase an OBD-II interface.
Option 1: MINI VCI cable
– http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/mini-vci-for-toyota-with-toyota-tis.html (under $20)
Option 2:
– VXDIAG VCX NANO Toyota
http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/vxdiag-vcx-nano-for-toyota-tis-techstream-compatible-with-sae-j2534.html (not only works for diagnosis and customization but also ecu programming)
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Difference of the two:
With MINI VCI cable, for the most part they work. On some cars they will not be able to connect or cause error codes.
The VXDIAG VCX Nano uses it’s own firmware. It connects and reads codes much quicker than a Mini VCI cable.
Step 2: Download VirtualBox for Your Operating System:
– Windows: http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/5.2.4/VirtualBox-5.2.4-119785-Win.exe
– MacOS: http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/5.2.4/VirtualBox-5.2.4-119785-OSX.dmg
Step 3: Install VirtualBox Software You Just Downloaded
– Windows: Double-Click downloaded file
– MacOS: Double-Click downloaded file, run installer
Step 4: Download TechStream Image:
– MEGA link: https://mega.nz/#!fsEizJyC!aH_2a1hQnX6LpicDS1Bq-gEKVEU57cotd3_QesN2_M0(TechStream 12.20.024-v2 .ova)
Step 5: Double-Click downloaded file.
Connect & Enjoy.
Operating system tips and guides:
Vista, Win7, 8 and 10 do actually have 32bit versions available
They are often preinstalled on cheaper mini laptops and the like.
The retail versions of the OS often gave you the option to install either the 32bit or the 64bit versions.
The drivers for the cheaper listed cable says it only supports XP and 7 however.
Its no doubt possible to get it working in later OSs though, but it could be painful.
If in doubt though, Virtualbox should do the trick.
Reasons to package everything into a virtual machine image:
– Security: Everyone’s essentially running cracked versions of TechStream from an unknown source. There’s a non-zero chance of ransomware slipping into one version. Running the software in an isolated virtual machine is a layer of security here.
– Portability: The software only runs on Windows. Using a virtual machine image allows the software to run on virtually any computer.
– Access: The software ships on CDs (sometimes mini-disks). Lots of laptops don’t have CD drives, and any ‘slot-type’ drive won’t accept mini-disks.
– Ease: Drivers for the two popular cables are pre-installed with a recent version of TechStream. It’s basically just download and run.
That said, if you are running a Windows machine and can follow the instructions included by the seller, there’s no reason you *have* to use a virtual machine.
Techstream VMware questions and answers:
I noticed with my ’98 LC that I don’t have a ton of settings that I can adjust, is that what others are seeing?
For example, I’d like to adjust my wiper delay and keyfob unlock settings, but it looks like they’re not available. Is there a list of accessible settings for each year of vehicle?
I don’t have very many settings in my ’02 LX.
I have a Mac. Have you tried that interface with Apple?
I successfully run this setup on a Mac with the VXDIAG VCX NANO Toyota interface
Working with AHC pressures?
I am able to read the AHC ECU (And All ECUs for that matter) using the VXDIAG OBD-II interface. I also purchased a Mini-VCI cable and was unable to communicate with the AHC ECU, but had no issue reading the other ECUs. Again, possible I just had a bad Mini-VCI cable.
In the linked image above, drivers for both interfaces are pre-installed.
Anyone have any experience with the wired vs wireless OBD interface? I’m wondering if its worth an additional 50 dollars for the VXDiag version.
I’m not sure if you’re referring to the VXDiag model I linked to in the OP. If you are, it isn’t wireless. I’d probably just purchase the Mini VCI cable first, and if that works for you, perfect. If it doesn’t, return it within 30 days and buy the VXDiag if necessary. It’s the techstream software that’s doing the heavy lifting, so theoretically (if they are both good cables), each will give you identical functionality.
I only purchased the VXDiag because I was having issues reading AHC trouble codes, and those two interfaces use different drivers.
What exactly does Techstream allow us to see/modify?
For LX, and LC owners with AHC, Techstream allow us to see AHC pressures + trouble codes. Even without AHC it allows everything from basic ‘check engine’ light diagnosis, key programming (May only be 04+?), and adjustment of some settings like ‘roll down my windows when I unlock the car’ — the adjustable preferences differ with different model years. Not too many on my ’02 LX, but I believe the folks with newer LC/LXs have more options.
Does Techstream get into ABS codes?
YES, it does.

 

Program Ford Ranger Wildtrack 2019 Key with Autel IM508

dave1987 | 02 November, 2019 04:46

Vehicle model: Ford Ranger Wildtrack 2019
Chip type: ID49
Key type: remote key (blade type)
Device to program: Autel MaxiIM IM508 or IM608
At least 2 keys are required

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Procedure:
Connect IM508 with vehicle
Select IMMO->Ford->Manual Selection->Ford->USA->Ranger->2015-2019->Blade key type->Immobilizer (CAN)->Add key
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If the factory alarm of the vehicle is activate, you need to deactivate the factory alarm first before you can learn the key.
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Insert original key and turn the ignition on
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It is normal that the instrument panel turns black when performing this function.
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Security accessin, wait about 3-10 minutes.
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2 keys has been learned
Turn off ignition
Insert new key top be learned and turn on ignition
Learning key
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learn key success
Learning successful
Test the remote control
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Done.
www.obdii365.com

 

VXDIAG Porsche PIWIS Tester III Model List

dave1987 | 01 November, 2019 05:41

 

Look here: Allscanner VXDIAG VCX DoIP Porsche Tester PIWIS 3 vehicle coverage
Compatibility:
Porsche from year 2005 to 2018, including post-2017 vehicles with DoIP protocol
Porsche 911(997) (991)
Boxster/Cayman (987)
Cayenne up to MY 2010
Cayenne from MY 2011
Panamera
Especially the latest models:
Paramera (971) 2018
Caynenne (92A) 2018
Macan (95B) 2018
911 (991) 2018
and other old models
Porsche PIWIS III Model Selection:
*Some other models can be selected only by connecting device with vehicle.
911:
992
992 Campaign
991
997
996
996 GT2
996 GT3
993, 964
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Boxster:
982
981
987
986
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Cayman:
982
981
987
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Cayenne:
9YA
9YA Campaign
92A
9PA
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Panamera:
971
970
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Macan:
Macan
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981 Spyder:
981 Spyder
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Racing cars:
935
991 GT2 RS Clubsport
982 Cayman GT4 Clubsport
981 Cayman GT4 Clubsport
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Miscellaneous:
Carrera GT
GT1
968
944
928
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External component:
External component
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source: http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/vxdiag-vcx-doip-porsche-piwis-iii.html
Porsche Piwis 3 Software:
Piwis III 38.300.030 – confirmed to work no issues
Diagnostic test: passed
Coding: passed
Programming: passed
VXDIAG Porsche Piwis 3 Instruction:
– Porsche Piwis 3 diagnosis + car list
– Porsche Piwis 3 Engineering
– Porsche Piwis 3 wiring diagram
– Porsche Piwis 3 remote help
In detail…
http://blog.obdii365.com/2018/08/23/vxdiag-porsche-piwis-3-v37-250-020-confirmed-working/

 

 
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