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Here is a listing of vehicles with known anomalies during the reprogramming process. Please check this page often as it will be updated as we gather more information on controller reprogramming issues.

Universal Reprogrammer I & II

  Acura
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Acura

  Audi
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Audi

Bentley
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Bentley

  BMW
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for BMW

Please note: BMW software is quite challenging to setup and use. Please plan on a week of setup to be able to use this software.

BMW Cables: BMW allows full diagnostic and re-flash capabilities from their website. Some particular vehicles require a 20-pin BMW diagnostic connector. Most BMW’s after 2000 are OBDII vehicles. All BMW’s with the OBD connector require a 7-8 pin adapter to be used with pass-thru diagnostics and re-flashing. Pass-Thru is available on MINI vehicles 2002 and newer. In the J2534 Reprogramming instructions is the Cable Chart.


  Chrysler
Universal Reprogrammer I
2006 Chrysler Pacifica - This vehicle is currently not supported by the Reprogramming Workbench at this time.

NGC CAN Controllers - It is recommended that when you are reprogramming or writing the VIN or SRI Odometer to a NGC CAN controller you remove it from the vehicle and flash it off board.

JTEC Controllers - It is recommended that when you are reprogramming or writing the VIN or SRI Odometer to a JTEC controller you unhook the ABS controller before you begin the procedure.

Chrysler Vehicles with ETC - Do not reprogram a Chrysler vehicle that has Electronic Throttle Control without having a DRBIII present. The ETC relearn will need to be performed with the DRBIII after the vehicle is flashed. If the flash is done without a DRBIII present the vehicle will either not start or not accelerate.

VIN and Odometer - Some Chrysler vehicles require security access to reprogram the VIN and the Odometer. The Reprogramming Workbench will not write the VIN or the Odometer to these vehicles.

Dodge Cummins Diesel - Chrysler currently has an issue re-flashing Dodge Cummins Diesel 3/4 ton and 1 ton pickup trucks. The re-flash will work, but the truck will be in a no run condition when complete. This is due to the VIN getting erased during the procedure. The controller is not damaged, but the VIN needs to be written to the controller before the vehicle will start. Chrysler does not offer this functionality currently.

Universal Reprogrammer II
2004 Dodge Neon SRT-4: This vehicle is currently not supported by the Reprogramming Assistant at this time.

Chrysler DCXJ2534 Info: Chrysler currently has an issue with a slightly older version of its J2534 application filling up hard drives on the computer it is installed to. If you are seeing this issue, Chrysler has posted a fix here: http://kb.dcctools.com/index.php?View=entry&EntryID=182 Chrysler fix basically has you uninstall the current version you have install on your PC, and then re-install the application from their website.

Dodge Cummins Diesel: Chrysler currently has an issue re-flashing Dodge Cummins Diesel 3/4 ton and 1 ton pickup trucks. The re-flash will work, but the truck will be in a no run condition when complete. This is due to the VIN getting erased during the procedure. The controller is not damaged, but the VIN needs to be written to the controller before the vehicle will start. Chrysler does not offer this functionality currently.

Town and Country: The 2002-2005 Chrysler Town and Country Minivans will fail re-flash procedure after the engine controller is re-flash and the transmission controller re-flash is attempted. The Chrysler J2534 Application will show an error at this point saying the transmission could not be re-flashed. At his point the controller is not damaged but the vehicle may not start. Disconnect the BCM from the vehicle and re-attempt the re-flash.

JTEC Controllers: It is recommended that when you are reprogramming or writing the VIN or SRI Odometer to a JTEC controller you unhook the ABS controller before you begin the procedure.

Chrysler Vehicles with ETC: Do not reprogram a Chrysler vehicle that has Electronic Throttle Control without having a DRBIII present. The ETC relearn will need to be performed with the DRBIII after the vehicle is flashed. If the flash is done without a DRBIII present the vehicle will either not start or not accelerate.

Chrysler Vehicles Off-board: Cummins Off-baord Drawings Some of the Ground lines may need to be connected to pin 21.


  Ford
Universal Reprogrammer I
2004 & 2005 Ford F-150 - These controllers sometimes fail to reflash becasue they are not in the correct state to be reflashed.

Ford FMP software is not seeing the Reprogrammer:

If the Ford FMP software is not seeing the Universal Reprogrammer I follow this steps.

  1. Uninstall the FMP software.
  2. Unplug the Universal Reprogrammer I from the PC.
  3. Reboot the PC
  4. Reinstall the FMP software.
  5. Plug the Universal Reprogrammer I in to the PC.
  6. Open the "Change J2534 Device" in the Ford Motor Company under the start menu.
  7. Pick the EASE Diagnostics(04.04) from the list and then pick the Universal Reprogrammer I.
  8. Click Save Device and then Exit Application.

Universal Reprogrammer II
Ford Module Programming: Their maybe an issue with collecting and installing as-built information through FMP on pre 2001 vehicles. FYI: For post 2001 vehicles, if the PCM has a P1000 DTC, the vehicle must be driven through the drive cycle before it can be programmed.

Pre 2001 vehicles
Pre 2001 vehicle as-built issues should be resolved in FMP 69.

Here a current work around for pre 2001 vehicles without As-built, and all other vehicles that have missing or corrupt As-built data. This works for 2001 and later vehicles as well.

Programmable Module Installation:

  1. Start a new session and let FMP identify the vehicle normally, then turn the key off and leave it OFF.
  2. Next select the Toolbox at the top, then Module Programming, then Programmable Module Installation.
  3. Keep the key off and press the tick when prompted.
  4. When the screen instructing the tech to install the new module appears, follow all key cycles after that point.
  5. Next select the Toolbox at the top, then Module Programming, then Programmable Module Installation.
  6. Keep the key off and press the tick when prompted.
  7. When the screen instructing the tech to install the new module appears, follow all key cycles after that point.
Module Reprogramming:
  1. Start a new session and let FMP identify the vehicle normally, then turn the key off and leave it OFF. This is at the screen that shows vehicle information and says "Complete at the bottom.
  2. Next select the Toolbox at the top, then Module Programming, then Module Reprogramming.
  3. When you reach the screen that says a later Calibration is available, or that No later Calibration is available, turn the key on.
Lost Security Access when programming new FICM:
  1. Start the programming process normally and follow all directions through the beginning of the progamming of the FICM.
  2. When the FICM finishes programming, DO NOT key the vehicle off when prompted, leave the key on and press the check mark in the lower right hand corner when a key cycle is prompted.
  3. Leave the key on until the transmission starts flashing, then follow all key cycles prompted form that point forward.
Ford FMP software is not seeing the Reprogrammer:

If the Ford FMP software is not seeing the Universal Reprogrammer II follow this steps.

  1. Uninstall the FMP software.
  2. Unplug the Universal Reprogrammer II from the PC.
  3. Reboot the PC
  4. Reinstall the FMP software.
  5. Plug the Universal Reprogrammer II in to the PC.
  6. Open the "Change J2534 Device" in the Ford Motor Company under the start menu.
  7. Pick the Ease Diagnostics(04.04) from the list and then pick the Universal Reprogrammer II.
  8. Click Save Device and then Exit Application.
Universal Reprogrammer Both I & II

If the FMP will not work or you are getting (Testman) error. Uninstall the FMP software and reinstall it. If you are having Problems uninstalling it run the FMP Delete Utility.

Click here to download the Ford Delete Utility. DeleteFMP.exe

Problem Reprogramming Replacement FICM:

When reprogramming a FICM controller reprogram the PCM first before Performing a Replace and Reprogramming of the FICM.

Warning: The following list of software will not work together on the same PC.

  1. Ford Module Programming (FMP)
  2. Ford Factory Tool (IDS)
  3. Jaguar / Land Rover (SDD)
  4. Mazda (MMP)
  5. Honda / Acura (HDS)

GM
Universal Reprogrammer I
2000-2001 Cadillac Controllers - A communication error may occur at the end of the reprogram in the TIS software. If you receive this error once the progress bar goes to 100% you will not be able to reprogram this controller.

All 2004+ GM Controllers - A communication error may occur in the TIS 2000 software after you select a controller to be reprogrammed. To remedy this you need to name the J2534 profile in the TIS 2000 software "Generic Pass Thru" without the quotes.

2002 Chev. Trailblazer - ABS and LGM Fuses must be removed before reprogramming the PCM in this vehicle. The controller can be reflashed Off-Board without any problems.

1999-2003 Corvettes & Cadillacs - GM Requires that a Star Adapter be used during reprogramming the PCM in-vehicle. The controller can be reflashed Off-Board without any problems. Check any TSB's on the vehicle to be sure it requires the adapter.

1995-1997 Firebird LT1 - On some models, PIN 29 needs to be switched to PIN 30 on our cables to flash this vehicle. Check the wiring diagrams for your vehicle to make sure the pin outs are correct.

2007 Cadillac CTS - This vehicle is currently not supported by the Universal Reprogrammer I at this time.

2000-2004 Chevrolet Malibu/Impala/Monte Carlo BCM Replacement - If the B1001 error code remains in the the vehicle after completing the AirBag Serial Number relearn you will need to use the Tech 2 to perform the "New BCM Setup" procedure.

2004+ GM Single Wire CAN - The reprogramming of GM Single Wire CAN controllers is not supported by the Universal Reprogrammer I at this time. There are relatively few Radio and Body controllers that are Single Wire CAN. All Powertrain controllers are supported.

Universal Reprogrammer II
Please make sure your Universal Reprogrammer II is up to date with the latest Driver and Firmware.

Universal Reprogrammer Both I & II
Warning (Global Architecture Electrical System)

Do not swap used control modules on the following vehicles they must be new controllers only from GM. Also GM will be introducing more models to this new system. Please check with GM Support line (1-888-212-8959) if you are not sure the vehicle you are working on has Global Architecture. This new system started in 2010.

The Global Architecture electrical system does not allow control modules to be swapped between vehicles. Swapping control modules will result in a no start condition on the vehicle and will damage modules due to the new vehicle Global Architecture System.

These models have this system now:

Buick

  • 2010-2015 LaCrosse
  • 2011-2015 Regal
  • 2012-2015 Verano
  • 2013-2015 Encore

Cadillac
  • 2010-2015 SRX
  • 2013-2015 ATS, XTS
  • 2014-2015 CTS Sedan, ELR
  • 2015 Escalade Models

Chevrolet
  • 2010-2015 Camaro, Equinox
  • 2011-2015 Cruze
  • 2012-2015 Sonic, Volt
  • 2013-2015 Spark, Trax (Canada only)
  • 2014 Silverado 1500, Spark BEV
  • 2014-2015 Caprice PPV, Corvette, Impala, SS
  • 2015 Colorado, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe

GMC
  • 2010-2015 Terrain
  • 2014 Sierra 1500
  • 2015 Canyon, Sierra, Yukon Models

These are the controller that can't be swap on the list above:
  • Engine Control Module (ECM)
  • Radio
  • Body Control Module (BCM)
  • Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM)
  • Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM)
  • Transmission Control Module (TCM)
  • Electronic Climate Control (HVAC)
  • Electric Power Steering
  • Hybrid Powertrain Control Module
  • Vehicle Communication Interface Module
  • Instrument Panel Cluster

Warning reflashing: This procedure is for the following vehicles (2002-early 2006 Trailblazer, Bravada, and Envoy).

Re-flashing the PCM without disconnecting all other modules typically ends with a failed flash and a new controller being needed.

To prevent this from happening:
  1. Remove the SP205 splice pack (drivers side kick panel)
  2. Jump terminals A & B (PCM to DLC)
  3. Replace the splice connector after programming is complete.

  4. SP205
Aftermarket Radios and Accessories: On pre-CAN 2005/2006 and previous vehicles can cause reflashing failures. Make sure to remove any aftermarket accessory that may be connected to the vehicle data lines.

Pre-CAN GM vehicles: If the reflash fails keep the vehicle key in the "On" position. Consult information sources again to see if a procedure was missed. The controller maybe recoverable if left in the “On” position. If the key is turned off the controller will most likely be non-functional.


Honda
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Honda

Warning: The following list of software will not work together on the same PC.

  1. Ford Module Programming (FMP)
  2. Ford Factory Tool (IDS)
  3. Jaguar / Land Rover (SDD)
  4. Mazda (MMP)
  5. Honda / Acura (HDS)

Hyundai
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
Error Reading ROM ID: This typically means the controller has the current Calibration

Some vehicles need an additional power supply to reprogram. The following list of vehicles require this.
Vehicle name
System
Year
Vehicle connector
J2534 connector
Pin assign

Santa Fe 3.5L

Santa Fe 2.4L

Sonata 2.4L

Sonata 2.4L

XG 3.5L

PCM

PCM

ECU

PCM

PCM

2003~

2001~

1999~

1999~

2001~

 connector_4_H

Connector view is from the male pin side on the vehicle.
Refer to the applicable TSB for the location of the vehicle connector

connector_2_H

Connector view is from the male pin side on the J2534 Tool.

[Universal Reprogrammer II]

J2534 Pin 5 - Vehicle Pin 10

J2534 Pin 7 - Vehicle Pin 8

Auxiliary Pin - Vehicle Pin 7

J2534 Pin 16 - Vehicle Pin 2

Sonata 2.7L

Tiburon 2.7L

Santa Fe 2.7L

TCU

TCU

TCU

 

2002~

2003~

2001~

connector_4_H

Connector view is from the male pin side on the vehicle.
Refer to the applicable TSB for the location of the vehicle connector

connector_2_H

Connector view is from the male pin side on the J2534 Tool.

[Universal Reprogrammer II]

J2534 Pin 5 - Vehicle Pin 10

J2534 Pin 7 - Vehicle Pin 8

Auxiliary Pin - Vehicle Pin 6

J2534 Pin 16 - Vehicle Pin 2

Tucson 2.7L TCU 2005~ connector_5_H

Connector view is from the female pin side on the vehicle.
Refer to the applicable TSB for the location of the vehicle connector

connector_2_H

Connector view is from the male pin side on the J2534 Tool.

[Universal Reprogrammer II]

J2534 Pin 5 - Vehicle Pin 5

Auxiliary Pin - Vehicle Pin 2

J2534 Pin 11 - Vehicle Pin 7

J2534 Pin 16 - Vehicle Pin 12


* Other vehicles that are not listed above should use OBD II ( J1962 ) connector.

Infiniti
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Infiniti

Jaguar
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
JLR IDS Info 1: IDS requires a very long download time when installing the IDS software. Expect at least 5 hours minimum when installing the IDS software initially. You can download the IDS software prior to purchase.

JLR IDS Info 2: IDS software will cause severe software issues if installed on a PC running Ford Module Programming, or Honda's J2534 Device. A separate PC or partitioned PC is highly recommended.

JLR IDS Info 3: IDS software runs a process (VCI Gateway Manager) at the start up that will "lock" the J2534 interface to the IDS software and it will continue to request to connect to the device if it is not connected to your PC. This can prevent your J2534 interface from being used by other J2534 software.

To disable this Process perform the following:

  1. Press and hold Ctrl+Shift+Exc. This opens the windows Task Manager.
  2. Select the "Processes Tab"
  3. Locate VCI Gateway Manager.
  4. Choose to "End Process"
Note: you will need to unplug your device and plug it back in to have full functionality. Also you will need to repeat these steps every time you startup your PC or conclude using the JLR IDS software.

Warning: The following list of software will not work together on the same PC.

  1. Ford Module Programming (FMP)
  2. Ford Factory Tool (IDS)
  3. Jaguar / Land Rover (SDD)
  4. Mazda (MMP)
  5. Honda / Acura (HDS)

Kia
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
Error Reading ROM ID: This typically means the controller has the current Calibration

Some vehicles need an additional power supply to reprogram. The following list of vehicles require this.
Vehicle name
System
Year
Vehicle connector
J2534 connector
Pin Assign

Sorento 3.5L

Optima 2.4L

Optima 2.4L

Amanti 3.5L

ECU

ECU

PCM

PCM

2003~2006

2001~2006

2001~2006

2004~2006

Connector view is from the male pin side on the vehicle.
Refer to the applicable TSB for the location of the vehicle connector




Connector view is from the male pin side on the J2534 Tool.

[Universal Reprogrammer II]

J2534 Pin 5 - Vehicle Pin 10

J2534 Pin 7 - Vehicle Pin 8

Auxiliary Pin - Vehicle Pin 7

J2534 Pin 16 - Vehicle Pin 2

Optima 2.7L

TCU

2002~2006

Connector view is from the male pin side on the vehicle.
Refer to the applicable TSB for the location of the vehicle connector




Connector view is from the male pin side on the J2534 Tool.

[Universal Reprogrammer II]

J2534 Pin 5 - Vehicle Pin 10

J2534 Pin 7 - Vehicle Pin 8

Auxiliary Pin - Vehicle Pin 6

J2534 Pin 16 - Vehicle Pin 2

Sportage 2.7L

TCU

2005~2006

Connector view is from the male pin side on the vehicle.
Refer to the applicable TSB for the location of the vehicle connector

Connector view is from the male pin side on the J2534 Tool.

[Universal Reprogrammer II]

J2534 Pin 5 - Vehicle Pin 5

Auxiliary Pin - Vehicle Pin 2

J2534 Pin 11 - Vehicle Pin 7

J2534 Pin 16 - Vehicle Pin 12


* Other vehicles that are not listed above should use OBD II ( J1962 ) connector.

Land Rover
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
JLR IDS Info 1: IDS requires a very long download time when installing the IDS software. Expect at least 5 hours minimum when installing the IDS software initially. You can download the IDS software prior to purchase.

JLR IDS Info 2: IDS software will cause severe software issues if installed on a PC running Ford Module Programming, or Honda's J2534 Device. A separate PC or partitioned PC is highly recommended.

JLR IDS Info 3: IDS software runs a process (VCI Gateway Manager) at the start up that will "lock" the J2534 interface to the IDS software and it will continue to request to connect to the device if it is not connected to your PC. This can prevent your J2534 interface from being used by other J2534 software.

To disable this Process perform the following:

  1. Press and hold Ctrl+Shift+Exc. This opens the windows Task Manager.
  2. Select the "Processes Tab"
  3. Locate VCI Gateway Manager.
  4. Choose to "End Process"
Note: you will need to unplug your device and plug it back in to have full functionality. Also you will need to repeat these steps every time you startup your PC or conclude using the JLR IDS software.

Lexus
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Lexus

Mazda
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Mazda

Please note: Mazda vehicles 96 thru 97 with pin 13 missing on the OBDII connector will need to be re-flashed off-board.

Warning: The following list of software will not work together on the same PC.

  1. Ford Module Programming (FMP)
  2. Ford Factory Tool (IDS)
  3. Jaguar / Land Rover (SDD)
  4. Mazda (MMP)
  5. Honda / Acura (HDS)

Mercedes Benz
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Mercedes Benz

Mini
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
Please note: Mini software is quite challenging to setup and use. Please plan on a week of setup to be able to use this software.

Mini Cables: All Mini's with the OBD connector require a 7-8 pin adapter to be used with pass-thru diagnostics and re-flashing. Pass-Thru is available on MINI vehicles 2002 and newer. In the J2534 Reprogramming instructions is the Cable Chart.


Mitsubishi
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
Mitsubishi software: Mitsubishi's software is currently having issues communicating with and flashing vehicles. We recommend avoiding using their software until this issue is resolved. If you are having trouble with their software, we encourage you to enter a NASTF complaint to help get this issue resolved as soon as possible.

Mitsubishi Cables: There are two adapter available from SPX Corporation (Part number MIT47295) and (Part number MB991855), that is necessary for re-flashing some Mitsubishi’s. Mitsubishi Supports J2534 Re-flashing on vehicles 1998 and newer. The specific cable chart only mentions vehicles back to 2004. Everything after is OBDII. Website gives Mode $06 Data. Here is the latest Cable Chart.


Nissan
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Communication Issue: Nissan is currently experiencing communication issues with vehicles up to and including 2003 models.

Reprogramming Issue: Nissan has an Issue with reprogramming Rear Wheel Drive 5 Speed Transmissions on all there vehicles.

Universal Reprogrammer II
Communication Issue: Nissan is currently experiencing communication issues with vehicles up to and including 2003 models.

Reprogramming Issue: Nissan has an Issue with reprogramming Rear Wheel Drive 5 Speed Transmissions on all there vehicles.


Porsche
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Porsche

Saab
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Saab

Saturn
Universal Reprogrammer I
All 2004+ GM Controllers - A communication error may occur in the TIS 2000 software after you select a controller to be reprogrammed. To remedy this you need to name the J2534 profile in the TIS 2000 software "Generic Pass Thru" without the quotes.

Saturn PCM's - TIS requires that on some Saturn controllers the BCM module is connected in order to complete a reflash. If you are experiencing problems flashing a Saturn controller Off-Board try installing the PCM in the vehicle and flashing it from the OBD2 port.

1996-1999 Saturn PCM's - TIS may ask to use the Blue Tech 2 DLC connector (part number J41207). Ignore this requirement and proceed to the flash.

1994 Saturn PCM's - This controller is not supported at this time.

2003 Saturn L200 BCM - The BCM may reject a block transfer and display "Reprogramming Error" in the beginning of reprogramming. If you receive this error you will not be able to reprogram this module.

2004+ GM Single Wire CAN - The reprogramming of GM Single Wire CAN controllers is not supported by the Universal Reprogrammer I at this time. There are relatively few Radio and Body controllers that are Single Wire CAN. All Powertrain controllers are supported.

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Saturn

Scion
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Scion

Subaru
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
Reprogramming some vehicles may require additional cables. Please see both links below.

Subaru vehicles from 1999 - 2004:
Starting with our 1999 model year, please see our Reprogramming Pre-J2534 Files chart for affected model reprogramming information.

Subaru vehicles from 2003 - Present:
Before purchasing, the reprogramming details can be found in the following Reprogramming J-2534 Files chart. Click the link to view the PDF chart.


Suzuki
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
Tech 2 is needed for reprogramming

Toyota
Universal Reprogrammer I
No current issue's for Toyota

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Toyota

Volkswagen
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Volkswagen

Volvo
Universal Reprogrammer I
Warning: This manufacturer has not been tested with the Universal Reprogrammer I

Universal Reprogrammer II
No current issue's for Volvo