Now, unless I'm missing something, I've been robbed by these guys.
Yesterday I did an oil flush, drain and refill with new oil and take for a run, drain and refill with new oil again. So, have a nice clean engine. Good.
I then replaced the air, oil and fuel filter so it can breathe well and have plenty of fuel. Good.
I then removed the MAP sensor and cleaned it, and then cleaned the inlet manifold to help with the air flow. Good.
Reset the ECU, took the car for a run and yep is running sweet as a nut. So, this morning thought I'd reset the oil light with my paid version of multiecuscan.
So, opened up my multiecuscan and it says an updated version is available. Good I think, and click on the link and update from v1.0 th v1.8. Laptop reboots, open up multiecuscan and now tells me I need to pay for a new license!
Go on their website and yep looks as though they have stripped me of my license by updating!?
So I had a fully working paid version that I have basically been tricked into updating. Surely there should be big warnings that updating will disable your working version and cost you a further 50EUR to get working again?
Anyone had this?