Tech 2 Saab scanner disable seat belt reminder

How to disable the seat belt reminder using a Professional Diagnostic Tool Tech 2 clone scan tool? Follow the instruction below step by step. Hope it helps.

You need a HQ GM Tech 2 clone.

Connect it to the vehicle and power on.
Select your Saab model then select all.

Make sure your key is set to On.

This brings you to:

Select F5: Most Common Adjustments.

This brings you to:

Select Seat Belt Reminder = Off

Get rid of the 90mph warning chime

the warning chime is adjusted or turned off using through the SID menus.

from the manual:

Speed warning

This value is preset to 55 mph (90 km/h).

The value can be set to between 0 and

150 mph (0 and 250 km/h).

1 Select Speed W using the INFO dial.

2 Press and hold the INFO dial until given audible confirmation.

3 Adjust the speed using the INFO dial.

4 Confirm the setting by pressing the INFO dial.

A star on the right-hand side of the display indicates when the speed warning function is active.

An audible alarm will sound if the set speed is exceeded.

Disengage the function with the CLEAR button. Re-engage the function using the INFO dial.

How to: ABS Automated bleed by TECH2 GM

This post is about how to do ABS Automated bleed by GM Tech 2. Wish it helps most of you.

Car model and year:
C5 Corvettes 1997 – 2004

Tool to use:
GM TECH2 with the factory service manual

I want to flush my system this winter and have a couple of questions. 1. How much fluid should I get? And 2. Do I have to run the atomated bleed procedure once or multiple times to flush the system clean.

ABS Automated bleed by TECH2 GM procedure:
You first flush the whole system manually by pumping and bleeding or using a pressure bleeder. I would use a syringe or turkey baster to suck the master reservoir empty before adding new fluid. Then, you use the ABS automated bleed procedure to get new fluid into the ABS pump and valves. The ASB bleed procedure will pump the old fluid from it’s internal passages into the lines. I wouldn’t worry about it too much because it’s not very much fluid and you will never get all the old fluid out when you flush the brakes anyways.

The service manual says you’ll need a quart of fluid so plan on at least that much.

FYI, c5 brake bleed procedure:
I went through this procedure In May of this year when I removed the engine from my 2001. I had to disconnect one of the lines going to the Ebcm and I also replaced all four flexible lines to the calipers. At the time I did not have a engine diagnostic tool Tech 2 so I just started bleeding the old fashioned way. Started by opening the rr bleeder, lr, rf and lf bleeders. Had to pump the pedal to get the flow to start, but then just let gravity do its thing. I used a quart and a half of fluid and all fluid coming out was clean so I called it good. Brakes worked great with no sign of air in the system.

Advise on C5 Corvettes 1997 – 2004 scan tools

Some owners/technicians are considering purchasing scan tools for C5 Corvettes, but have no ideal which one is working and cheap. Here I advise two commonly-used GM scan tools including GM Tech2 clone and Bluetooth OBD2 adapter with Torque app, and with some experienced users’ reviews.

Advise on GM Tech2 clone

You can pick up a tech ii scanner clone for about $350 from China. I have one and I use it all the time. It has proven to be rock solid reliable and does everything a real one does.

Someone said Tech2 clone fail to reprogramming the PCM.

The Tech 2 will program the PCM for GM approved changes like manual to auto tranny, etc. when swapping PCMs or modifying the car. Even the clones can do it. You just need to use the TIS 2000 software that either comes with it or can be bought separately for about $20-30 dollars. This software is used with a computer to interface with the Tech 2.

Mine came with a USB key that will authorize changes to your car. If your VIN is not in the key you get then for a small fee you can get authorization just like any shop doing the work for you has to do.

Advise on Bluetooth OBD2 adapter with Torque app

Some say yes:

Begin with a question: “s this something you want permanently installed in the car or do you want to view this from time to time? ”

If you’re just doing occasionally and you have an Android phone, I highly recommend purchasing a Bluetooth OBD2 adapter from They can be had for less than $30.

Pair this up with an app called Torque and you can now view everything your car has a sensor for. RPM, speed, temperatures, air/fuel (if you’re car is capable of it), and much more.

I use this combo and it’s really great.

Some user say no:

The Scantools one would work since they have a good name. There are some sites(ELM327) for 13 bucks but i think its a crap shoot if it will work with the C5.

In a word, to use Car Scanner with Torque app is at your own risk.