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    Angry Continuing problem with COBB AP

    Is there any shops in or near the Pittsburgh area that are good at trouble shooting problems with the COBB Access Port? Mine will down load the stock maps but when it goes to upload the new ones it has a error that it cannot connect to the car. I talked with cobb and they told me to buy another ECU, well i did and I have the same damn problem as I did with the original ECU.Really feeling like I pissed alot of $ away to add the AP and now its been a paper weight for 2 months. Thanks for any help and info.
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    C:\Users\Bobby\Documents\COBB

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    Are any necessary reflash connectors set?

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    WHAT would that be? sorry 1st tuner.. other Ride is a 64GTO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BK3
    WHAT would that be? sorry 1st tuner.. other Ride is a 64GTO...
    Some cars require reflash connectors in order to access the ECU. What year is your car?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BK3
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    You should have the green test connectors together and a blue (I believe) reflash connector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    You should have the green test connectors together and a blue (I believe) reflash connector.
    No, the blue one is 2002 only, 2003-2005 is the white connector. You need to connect the green test connectors (located until the steering column) as well.
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    YES. I have both connected , you can hear the car cycling the fan and fuel pump when in test mode.

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