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  1. Tried it out and that was about what I was looking for. Some of the menus are not operational but most are. Thanks.
  2. Are the modules "active" in this mode? i.e. can you go to the modules and actually get things to happen? I have not turned it on with the card removed but after turning it on and not hooked up to a car you really can't go anywhere as none of the modules are "active". Thanks.
  3. Example of what I'd like to know is what are the options for customizing the alarm, window operations, etc... Creature comfort things. Isn't there something like that which you can do with the PST2? EDIT - It's the "coding" menus which really scare me :o Side note - I did mess around with the "drive links" in a couple of the modules. It's pretty **** cool to turn fans on and off and the like :) (like a kid in a candy store)
  4. Loren, There are a ton of helpful people here and at the time I don't have any specific questions. More or less just want to know what all the menus do. Certainly I could follow the shop manuals which have the PST2 keystrokes in them but didn't really want to go through 2000+ pages :o
  5. I saw the other thread which had the PDF file of the operation manual. While that's OK for just getting started there really isn't much good info in there. I am wondering if there is a mnaual or guids that shows what each menu item does. I am scared to go to half the menu items for fear of screwing things up and would like to know before I mess around anymore what each menu item does. Is there anything like that out there??
  6. Thanks guys. Loren, If you hadn't gathered I found a PST2 :D
  7. What does HBA stand for on the module list?
  8. Curious how did you copy the hard drive?
  9. Not sure I want to go the "screwdriver" route. I was looking at one of those rubber strap wrenches. I'll let you guys know if that works.
  10. Had a feeling you might say something like that :) Are there any alternatives to that "special tool"?
  11. So how do you get that giant "nut" loose? Some gorilla must have put mine on because it ain't budging. Way too big for any wrench that I am aware of. Of course I don't want to break it as it probably cost $500 for that hunk of plastic. Thanks again.
  12. remove the battery and battery tray to expose a black cover plate fixed on by M8 bolts i think? four of them. under that plate is the fuel tank sender unit. unscrew the collar and remove sender. mmmm...That part with it's giant screw on collar is located underneath the "service hatch" on my car. No battery removal required. I think?
  13. Loren, Is the fuel level sender underneath the "service hatch" square thing in the middle of the trunk area? Thanks.
  14. Sounds crazy but what is the best way to drain the gas tank? I don't believe I can shove a siphon hose down in there because of the electronic flap in there would stop it. I need to do the recalibration procedure for the fuel guage which involves draining the tank then putting in a predetermined amount of fuel before the calibration procedure. TIA
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