VSP and OEM subscriptions

Matthew Owner/Technician Tennessee Posted   Latest  

I am new to programming. I have decided to apply for a VSP before I start accepting programming work to avoid being unable to complete a job. However, as I have been reading threads I have noticed at least some manufacturers require a full year subscription to access security. I read ford requires that. What about GM, Chrysler, Honda and Toyota?

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Daniil Owner/Technician
Oregon
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Honda 10 a day Gm 40 per vin toyota 55 for 3 days chrysler techauthority 55 3 days mazda yearly ford yearly Kia Hyundai per flash

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Albin Diagnostician
Washington
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Here is a website you can go to that should answer most of your questions. nastf​.​org/i4a/pages/inde… The NASTF (National Automotive Service Task Force) is a great place to be a part of for things like this.

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Jamey Owner/Technician
California
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Haha, I should have read your post. I just added the same link. Great minds think alike.....

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Paul Owner/Technician
Colorado
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Toyota/Lexus is easiest. Many scanner tools can "crack" the passcode on their own for AKL situation. If you have Techstream/MiniVCI or a tool that won't calculate passcodes directly you can purchase passcodes from a site like this pin-online​.​net/online_passcod… (5 tokens for $25) .

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Jamey Owner/Technician
California
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nastf​.​org/i4a/pages/inde… all you need to know. Also check the link for VSP license. You will need that too

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