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Well Happy mulitecu scan trouble

help anyone ,just bought multiecuscan program and for the life of me cant get it to connect to ecu on car anyone got ideas
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im not computer savy but post issue on here
Multiecuscan - View forum - Usage Q&A
and read some other similar posts
a few obvious ones is it on the list of cars etc. is your plug/lead o.k and are you connecting to correct car/ecu etc
bottom left hand corner is settings button and in there is a scan for interface to see if comms are o.k. you may need to change lead (elm/kkl etc) or com port etc.
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I bought mine through a company called Gendan. Came complete with all cables and connects without issues to my 159 1750 ti; sister in law's GT 3.2; my GTV 3.2; Alfa 156 TS, Giuliettas of my friends. Once you have set up the ports correctly, there is no problem.

Connect to the laptop
connect to the ECU
turn ignition on
click "connect"
It should connect automatically. If not you may be using the wrong cable. My kit came with VAG KKL OBDII cable, Gendan EOBD Diagnostic Interface Cable, red adapter, green adapter and yellow adapter. If you need to use an adapter it will tell you which one, which colour. I get best results with the EOBD interface cable although on the GT I need to use the VAG cable for aircon ecu and airbag ecu I think.

To check your port settings, connect one of the cables up to your laptop and then go through your port connections. Your cable should show up as a device on one of the ports, and make sure you set this as the port in the program.

Good luck, and check the forum as sussexa mentions.

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Which cable are you using Snipes? And which ECU are you trying to connect to?
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