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Hello everyone, can anyone suggest a reasonably priced diagnostic tool that I can use on the p38 to communicate with the BECM that will allow me to make settings changes etc.
 

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Not cheap, but a nanocom evo gives you some access to settings, otherwise I believe a lynx does aswell but don’t hold me to it. What are you looking at changing ?
 

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Not cheap, but a nanocom evo gives you some access to settings, otherwise I believe a lynx does aswell but don’t hold me to it. What are you looking at changing ?
I mainly want to change the transmission settings from auto to manual, to set the speedometer error message, and be able to use it in the future to clear any codes.
 

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Only one I have used that goes deep into the Becm, is a Faultmate from BBS.
It was invaluable when doing my LSx swap. TekPro etc dont come close, and the RSW stuff is useless on a P38 unfortunately.
Look at Blackbox Solutions' website and see what their newer kit covers. If it doesn't come close to an actual Faultmate though, just get that

Martin
 

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Only one I have used that goes deep into the Becm, is a Faultmate from BBS.
It was invaluable when doing my LSx swap. TekPro etc dont come close, and the RSW stuff is useless on a P38 unfortunately.
Look at Blackbox Solutions' website and see what their newer kit covers. If it doesn't come close to an actual Faultmate though, just get that

Martin
thank you, I'll have a look!
 
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