Review: VXDIAG VCX Nano GM and TIS2000 Windows 7 32 bit

Ordered a GM scan tool VXDIAG After playing for a month I went back yesterday and read that on the web and applied it . It worked and hope today will get a chance to try it , seems simply but so far only way I found to get up and running, like I say have been trying a month all types of stuff, will see. Have been doing other stuff, this is follow up. After installing vxdiag and playing with it I foundContinue Reading→

GM Nano + TIS2000 on Corvette C6 C7: Worked

Look here: experience of  Vxdiag VCX Nano GM on Corvette C6 and C7 GM Nano Corvette C6: On the C6, short of needing to download a firmware file to flash it into a new replacement module like a BCM that if vin dependent, all you need to troubleshoot and reset items on the car like a radio relearn is the Tech 2win program that is going to come on the disc. With this program and the GM Nano, you don’t need a subscription from GM. Hence think of a TV, where it first need to be a operatinContinue Reading→


Today, I got a bit bored and opened up the VXDIAG VCX Nano GM to see what lurks inside: It’s from Functions I confirmed to work on my SAAB 9-5 2006: – turn ON SID2 (trip computer, alarm, speed warning etc): function: again SID programming in 6 steps. This was the main reason why I bought VCX! – after that I locked my radio. Two days later I found out that I need to put VIN inContinue Reading→

VXDIAG VCX Nano GM working or not

I am using patched Tech2Win, as provided on CDROM purchased with device and VXDIAG VCX Nano GM off ebay and have not been able to communicate with any modules in a 2001 Holden Vectra JS, same as Opel/Vauxhall Vectra B, with a C22SEL engine. The ECU is identified as a Simtec 56.5. I know that the ECU and Central Door Lock Modules and Immobiliser in the vehicle are not faulty because I can successfully communicate with them using Op Com v1.45 China Clone. I can read DTCs from the ECU modContinue Reading→

VXDIAG VCX Nano GM Good or Not?

VXDIAG VCX Nano GM Review: The device is now 8 months old as I have 80% success to have access to GM vehicles to test them. I purchased it on ebay, through a dealer in China. Now, I am using Tech2Win and VCX Nano GM. The first vehicle I hooked up was a 2004 Chevy cavalier running tech2win. The car was recognized by the software and I was able to read codes, live data, activate special functions. First good impression. But cannot establish communication with any modules in a 2001 Holden VectraContinue Reading→