AutoEnginuity Scan Tool Expansion, GM Enhanced Interface (EI02)

This item will need to be used in conjunction with a USB PC ProLine Interface (ST06) or an Auto Enginuity Bundle.

The enhanced GM interface supports 6,400+ sensors selected from the engine, transmission, body, and chassis systems. For you tuners out there, the enhanced GM interface gives you access to the Crank Variation Learned test for most vehicles.

Also, with the enhanced GM coverage is support for Workhorse 04+ MY vehicles (P42 Series, W22 Series, W24 Series, W52 Series, LF72 Series, P32 Series, W18 Series, FE20 Series, W42 Series).

The enhanced GM interface coverage is only matched by factory tools; we have support for 6,000+ sensors selected from all 68 systems. It also has support for 2,000+ bi-directional commands and key system-level tests. With bi-directional controls, you will no longer be relegated to being just an observer in the operation of the vehicle--now you can take control of its operation. Support includes dual-wire and single-wire CAN powertrain support.

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Supports Global-A Vehicles:

Buick Allure
Buick LaCrosse
Cadillac SRX
Chevrolet Camaro
Chevrolet Equinox
GMC Terrain

System Tests:

ABS Automated Bleed Routine (ProLine Connector)
Crank Variation Learn (See: GM-specific vehicle systems for engines support details.)
Injector Flow Rate Programming (CAN Based Diesels)
TDC Learn

*Does not support ALDL systems (OBD-I controllers), these are non-powertrain systems typically found on pre-'00 MY vehicles. KWP2000 and ISO based modules also not supported including: SAAB, Opel, Vauxhall, Chevy Optra, Chevy Prism, Chevy Aveo, and Pontiac Vibe (use Enhanced Toyota), Cadillac Catera and KWP2000-based CTS vehicles

*For Global-A Vehicles: Multi-Axis Acceleration Sensor Module, Mobile Telephone Control Module, Suspension Control Module, and Steering Angle Sensor Module not supported at this time. Module Actuation support coming soon.



Customer Reviews

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  • Currently 1/5 Stars

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Product ownership: A year or longer

Not purchased from: KT Performance

I've had Autoenginuity for many years, and it sucks. Finally, I got sick of it and ordered a stand-alone Autel scanner for about the same money.
Here are the issues I've been dealing with in no particular order:
1. A LOT of functions are missing. And I do have enhanced coverage for Toyota and gm. With Toyota, every time I plug the damn thing in, it erases Zero Point Calibration, and the reset function is missing after an update so I have to reset it manually. For gm, the auto brake bleed function is missing. Actually, there is only 1 (ONE!!!) function test for a gm diesel truck listed - fuel tank pressure.
2. It becomes absolete quickly. My version doesn't support windows10 so I had to install XP on a Virtual Box but their tech individuals didn't even know if it would work on Virtual Box. It did so I attempted to inform them about it but they didn't even care.
3. Tech support does exist but is a hell of a lot less than friendly. The main message is "stop bothering busy people."
4. It's only compatible with OBD2-compliant (after 1996) vehicles so it was useless for my 1991 Toyota truck. I don't have it anymore but FYI.
5. It takes minutes to connect to the vehicle.
In two words, it's not worth the money, and is barely better than a basic scanner for a fraction of the cost.

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