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Emmy award winning mechanic Scotty Kilmer shows you how to use your own computer to repair your own vehicles. Using software from a company called Autoenginuity, Scotty shows how you can access all the computer information on your vehicles using a simple computer to vehicle interface. For answers to all your car questions, visit the Scotty Kilmer channel on youtube. And be sure to watch my live car talk show every Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VognjkYaMjg&list=UUuxpxCCevIlF-k-K5YU8XPA&feature=c4-overview . And remember, every TUESDAY I upload a new video, so don’t miss them.

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"With a little help of AutoEnginuity" ….. and Toshiba

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Ismael Aragon Gargallo says:

Hey scotty, my car has a code C0268 and almost give up,help me my car is an avalanche 2004,thank you, what I need to do??

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Paul Graham says:

My brother has a 2017 Chevy Cruze diesel. He took it in for a oil change at the Dealer. When it came back they had played with the ECU. Said it was an upgrade. The MPG dropped from 52 on the highway to 36. He opened the hood. there was oil all over the engine. No leak. He went under the car. The oil plug saw all rounded off. He took it back They told him 36 was Damn good MPG. The oil was over filled and half the buttons holding the engine shrouding on were missing. They said they drained some out but it was still high. They also said he had a bad sensor they fixed for free and they couldn't do anything about the ECU because it was upgraded and normal. I must say he is discouraged with the Dealer. He wants them to reset thee ECU to the factory map. Can you recommend anything? I doubt this tool can download the map. Can it? I am writing to you because he is feeling so ripped off he can barely speak. I want to help him. I have 2 OBD2 connectors but they are for Triumph Motorcycle. One is a very late model high quality OBD 2 Any advice? I told him to go to another dealer as a start. Seems they don't pay the men so nobody who knows anything can afford to work at one. The dealership is so fancy it looks like a Casino and everyone is dressed like NASA scientists..

Ron Melliad says:

That's unfortunate because everything is heading towards taking vehicles to dealers paying fortune to fix.

Ron Melliad says:

Hi Scotty, I have a good scanner to pull engine codes but when it comes to Airbags, ABS, Traction Controls (on some vehicles), specific Transmission codes and controls, Hybrid system and all other idiot lights other than engine lights am helpless. Do I need to get something specifically for each car manufacture to read all these? Thanks

Jason Guidry says:

Hey Scotty,I had to send my pcm for my 1999 ford F350 7.3 powerstroke to get rebuilt.Even though they said it was pre programmed I'm having trouble with the pcm not restoring the vin#.Any info on what I should do before having to bring it to the dealer? Thanks.You crack me up,fun to watch.

sheeprekt says:

Hello what software you recomend scotty, I got a nissan micra 2005 with electrical steering wheel problems?

Jacob Witmer says:

Hey, Scotty! Can this tool help me find a solution for P0701? I have a 2006 Ford Freestyle Limited FWD with a CVT with 163,000 miles on it and the wrench light (limp mode) comes on whenever the vehicle comes to a complete stop, but then resets whenever I turn the car off and turn it back on. I took it to auto zone and error code P0701 came up and no solutions came up either. The local auto-mechanic said it's an electrical solinoid issue. I think it's a sensor going bad. I subscribed to another youtuber who knows about Fords and told him about the issue on my Ford 3 months ago and he's never responded! Do you know of a solution?

Arthur Fricchione says:

Scotty do you need to buy the auto ingenuity and the enhance version to upgrade the initial purchase. You ever heard of MPC smart spec automotive and where you can purchase it thanks man

Johny Harbinger says:

He sounds like Phil Swift, the FlexSeal dude. We sawed this truck in half and it still runs!

Arvolite says:

Scotty i have a Chevrolette Blazer 1996 Vortec 4.3 6-Cylinder
I was told the computer is malfunctioning.
What are my options?

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Paul Kirkland says:

Hello Scotty, I've got a 2001Chrysler neon with a code PO601. What can I do, should I have it rebuilt or replaced? Is there anything else I can do to fix this problem. The car won't pass the emissions test as there are four monitors not working.

kodi guy says:

how much did it cost

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Davidson Mott says:

Are there any Linux variants of the software that would work with this hardware?

Free Spirit says:

would a obd II bluetooth adapter and the torque app work pretty similar to this ?

Chrismalito Terec says:

thanks so much sir Scotty for this informative video. can I respectfully ask you about auto enginuity scanner this can be use to scan also Toyota fortunner and Toyota hi ace 2008 diesel which have obd2 diesel control system? thanks in advance.

Rick Powers says:

where do i buy that

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