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Old 11-16-2010, 02:56 AM
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Greetings from Calgary

Hello All, Another one from Calgary here with an '02 TB LS 4.2L. It's been great so far but things are starting to go on it. Still far cheaper to keep it than get something new. It is awesome on slippery roads (providing 4x4 is working) and a comfortable ride during the non-winter months.

Currently, I believe the TCCM has given up on me. I called the Stealership & they want $600 for it and ebay doesn't seem to have anything. The dealership almost had me too because of the wonderful fluff we're getting tonight (but cheapness won out and I'm still looking for a cheaper alternative). I have a few other minor issues that I need to have taken care of - typical maintenance related and some environmental (Remember to exercise and lube your tire winch!).
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Old 12-27-2010, 07:40 PM
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Hello Everyone,

Just picked up a '09 Envoy SLE, love it so far.

In Calgary as well...
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Old 12-27-2010, 07:50 PM
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Hello Everyone,

Just picked up a '09 Envoy SLE, love it so far.

In Calgary as well...
Welcome aboard! You will love the ride
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Old 07-04-2011, 05:42 PM
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Scan Tool

Another Calgary Trailblazer. Sure do see a lot of them around the city!

Anyone in Calgary have access to a GM Scan Tool for doing a Case relearn?
Got a PCM For Less tune and am a little nervous about going to the dealer and having them over-charge and/or re-flash my PCM.
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:10 PM
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Another Calgary Trailblazer. Sure do see a lot of them around the city!

Anyone in Calgary have access to a GM Scan Tool for doing a Case relearn?
Got a PCM For Less tune and am a little nervous about going to the dealer and having them over-charge and/or re-flash my PCM.
Hey man! Nice to see another calgary member. To do a case relearn, dont you just need to disconnect the battery for 30 mins? Ive got a bunch of buddies that work at jack carter and south gate. They have scanned all my stuff free of charge. You can also go to auto value and they scan for free. We should meet up so I can check this pcmforless tune. I had mine tunned by someone else so it would be interesting to see the diff.
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:34 PM
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No, disconnecting the battery is only step towards a "Security" relearn not a case relearn . When changing the PCM a case relearn is still required.

I had South Auto Pro do mine a few years back for a case of beer.... just phoned them.... they want me to book in my vehicle and the whole nine. told the guy to go shove it. Still looking to see who else does it without charging a half hour of labor for what is literally a 2 min operation to complete.

Phone around and tell people you replaced your Crankshaft Angle Sensor, most people understand what you require after you tell them that
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Old 07-04-2011, 06:42 PM
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I went with a loaner program from PCM4less...dealerships in the city are stupid...did not know what I was talking about...also was afraid that they would reflash my pcm so that is the reason I wient with that route......welcome from the better city of Edmonton....lol
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Old 07-04-2011, 07:01 PM
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I went with a loaner program from PCM4less...dealerships in the city are stupid...did not know what I was talking about...also was afraid that they would reflash my pcm so that is the reason I wient with that route......welcome from the better city of Edmonton....lol
Better city..... thems fightin words lol. We need to somehow get a calgary and surrounding area meet going. That would be awesome to see some of you guys. You will see mine if you drive around lots. Its the big silver one with markmc decals all over it lol.
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Old 07-05-2011, 11:06 AM
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I had South Auto Pro do mine a few years back for a case of beer.... just phoned them.... they want me to book in my vehicle and the whole nine. told the guy to go shove it. Still looking to see who else does it without charging a half hour of labor for what is literally a 2 min operation to complete.

Phone around and tell people you replaced your Crankshaft Angle Sensor, most people understand what you require after you tell them that
Yeah, I wish my mechanic had a GM Scan Tool. All he has is a code reader to see and clear codes.

Any chance somewhere like NAPA or Canadian Tire would have a Scan Tool and not charge a huge amount to do the relearn?
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Old 07-05-2011, 12:24 PM
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Yeah, I wish my mechanic had a GM Scan Tool. All he has is a code reader to see and clear codes.

Any chance somewhere like NAPA or Canadian Tire would have a Scan Tool and not charge a huge amount to do the relearn?
I wouldnt let Canadian Tire touch my TB even if they paid me. You could always call NAPA and ask them. Ill talk to my buddy at southgate and see if he can sneak you in. Southgates in the S.E. by Lake Sundance. Can you drive there if I can get him to sneak you in. It would be free...
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