Question about Chrysler Sebring
I am having a strange problem with my Snap On MT2500 ONLY with my 2 Chryslers, both with OBD2. I can perform codes/data/ATM tests on all systems except the engine PCM. The PCM will allow me to perform ATM tests and check codes, but when I go to CODES and DATA, it tells me the usual, "turn key off, then turn key on and crank or start engine." I'll do just that, even trying a few times, but it will sit on that screen for eternity until I hit 'N' to go back to the menu. I haven't had any trouble using it for diagnostic work on OBD2 for GM products. I don't think it's the personality key (k-13) as it is still allowing me to test ALL of the other systems on the vehicle. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Something else I need to be doing to work around an MT2500 quirk? I would sure appreciate the help! Thank you for the help!!!
Sounds like you may have a wire that pulled out of the DLC check that first
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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