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Hypertech Power Programmer For Gm Trucks 07-10 on

US $60.00

Lusby, Maryland, United States

Lusby, Maryland, United States
The programmer comes up with being matched to another truck. It is "married" or "VIN Locked", so a reset of the EEPROM is necessary to work with any other vehicle. I do not have the means necessary to reset the unit. I bought it this way and thought I may be able to reset it, I do not have the computer knowledge to do so.
Brand:Hypertech Manufacturer Part Number:732004

This is a VIN Locked Hypertech Speedometer Calibrator, I bought it just the way it sits.  I thought I could reset the programmer to my vehicle, but could not, so if you can do it then you will get a programmer at a discounted price.  Please feel free to ask any questions, prior to purchase.


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