Sunday, March 5, 2017

GM Tech2 Program 2007 Cadillac CTS-V Key Fob

This is an instruction on how to program key fob to 2007 Cadillac CTS-V using a GM Tech2 Tech II scanner.

Model: 2007 Cadillac CTS-V
The process…here you go…

The key to be programmed
Insert the key and ignition on
The gm tech 2 scan tool power on

In the main menu, go to Diagnostics

Select model: 2007 Cadillac D (DN) CTS-V passenger car
Then go to Vehicle Control Systems
Read vehicle info
Engine type: (U) 6.0L V8 LS2
Go to Module Setup
Then Remote control door lock receiver
Program key fobs…
Two key fobs to be programmed
Tips of programming key fobs:
All key fobs must be programmed each time any one fob is programmed. To program,press and hold the LOCK and UNLOCK key fob buttons prompted by the TECH 2. Programming takes 15-30 minutes….
Programmed complete and test it’s working.

Tech2 Global TIS update SPS & add an ECM/ECU module

Here's a step-by-step instruction on how to use a Tech 2 scanner with GlobalTIS to do Service Programming System (SPS) update and add a ECM / ECU module to Saab 2004 9-3 (9440)

You need:

A HQ GM Tech2 scanner clone

Working GlobalTIS

First you MUST get security access. This will launch a JAVA application and give you security access 1:

Go to Security

select device: tech 2

handling request

enabled security access type 1

Now we'll need to head of to the SPS tab. Make sure you've closed the other applet.

Start SPS

Very important here to select Tech2 remote. This will load the software on the 32MB PCMCIA card.
Also select Reprogram ECU and NOT replace.

Tech 2 remote:

Step 1 - tech 2 to vehicle connection:

Connect tech 2 to vehicle

Select service programming system from tech 2 menu

Request information from vehicle using tech2

Step 2 - tech 2 to pc connection

Connect rs-232 cable to tech 2 and pc

Connect tech 2 power supply

Switch tech 2 on and wait for tech 2 start screen

Make sure that the correct vin is displayed

Select ECM, Prog, Normal

Validate select vehicle data:

Saab 2004 9-3 (9440) with engine: b207r, transmission: 5-speed manual, gearbox: F35, emission: US

This is where we see what version of the software is going to be loaded on the ECM. The the description field it will list the changes from the previous software versions.

Total time about 4 minutes to load the software on the PCMCIA. Not too bad for a crappy old serial connection.

Controller specific instructions:

After sps programming, GM tech 2 should be used to mate the control module with the car. Access all the menu and select the control module from under “Add/Remote”. Now select add and follow the instruction

Now we can disconnect the laptop. The SPS is loaded on the card. Just make sure you do not reboot your Tech2 scanner! Leave it running. Hit exit if it's not already looking at the SAAB logo prompt.

Select Saab 2004 9-3 (9440) to add engine control module (ECM)

Here is where is checks security access. You won't go any further if you didn't get at least access 1.

Select "NO!" We want multiple ECUs so we can swap and tune to our hearts content.
Also, our old ECU won't work if you hit yes. So if you have a tune on it, you'll lose it when you're forced to reprogram it. You've been warned.

OK- That's pretty much it.