Witech programming subs

Todd Mobile Technician Morinville, Alberta Posted   Latest  

Some of you may not have had the pleasure of purchasing a programming subscription for Witech yet as I have.

When you purchase the sub, you must register your pod at the same time.

The wait for approval will take a couple days , so plan accordingly.

I have 2 FCA vehicles to flash today, guess it isn't gonna happen.

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Kyle Technician
Orlando, Florida
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Here's some good news, and hear some bad news. The good news is that you can call in and have them expedite your request to authorize your pass thru or whatever you are using to communicate with a vehicle. that identification number or cereal that they give you is tied to the laptop, not the pass thru specifically. The bad news is that the software is having problems and isn't working for a lot…

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Jeff Diagnostician
Cathedral City, California
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Is this a new thing ? I have registered already awhile back.

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David Diagnostician
Independence, Louisiana
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You can call AE tools and they can process them within 15 minutes. I did my first early this week. Hope that helps.

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Todd Mobile Technician
Morinville, Alberta
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Carlos at AES called me and clued me in, my bad. Those that purchased from AE Tools buy the tokens from AE.

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Rick Technician
Glenview, Illinois
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I am so glad I don't have to deal with that. I don't know if this is helpful or not youtube​.​com/watch?v=i1sGps…

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Geoff Diagnostician
Lahaina, Hawaii
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You dealer guys miss all the fun the mobile guys are having. ;-)

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Rick Technician
Glenview, Illinois
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Probably the only good thing about working at a dealer

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Geoff Diagnostician
Lahaina, Hawaii
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I would think most cars being new and clean would be really nice too. Everything here has been lived-in at some point in the last 15-20 years. We don't worry about getting the car dirty, we worry about the car getting "stuff" on us!

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Rick Technician
Glenview, Illinois
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Believe me, they are definitely not all clean and new. Plenty of rusty junk. Chrysler used to have that lifetime powertrain warranty and most people paid for the lifetime service contract. We have one 2007 Wrangler that's always in and it has just shy of 500K miles. I am in Illinois and in the winter they are not afraid to salt the roads thoroughly

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Geoff Diagnostician
Lahaina, Hawaii
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When I was in High School in Naperville, I dreamed of someday having a garage that would rinse the under-carriage of my car when I got home every night. Then after four years in the USMC I realized I could just go live some place else. I picked a great place to live, but a bad place to be a tech. Those guys slinging air-nailers, building the $5M houses down the street, with a killer view all-day…

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Rick Technician
Glenview, Illinois
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Naperville, eh? So you know what I'm talking about lol

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Geoff Diagnostician
Lahaina, Hawaii
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I remember nobody had a car over eight years old, unless it was a classic, brought up from Texas. And I remember my hands being so frozen I couldn't snap my chinstrap, at football practice in November. My hands hurt just thinking about it!

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Mark Owner/Technician
Cumming, Georgia
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If you use a j2534 Interface, you can use factory software to program more than one make. Its a cost effective way to make your tools work more for you cost wise. I have used the j2534 set up, it works.

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Scott Technician
Chico, California
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Which J2534 interface are you using for the Witech application?

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