CGSULIT SC530 GM(Chevrolet/ Buick) All System OBD2 Scanner Car Diagnostic Machine Bi-directional Scan Tool Upgrade Version of ET2530

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Customer Reviews

Based on 67 reviews
Chuck Wolf
Great product - exactly what I needed!

Had to change the brakes on our 2018 Chevy Equinox which has the dreaded pull lever for the parking brake. I watch a couple videos of the manual way and the scanner way and went with the scanner way so that I didn't break something important and screw it up.

The screen shots are what it took to get to where I needed and the rest was pretty easy. All told start to finish took me an hour to change the front and rear and have the electronic parking break set properly.

Will be getting the software for my F-150 next since it also has the electric parking brake.

Buy with confidence as this tool will do the job needed.

Everyone should have one, seriously.

Paid for itself in one use. I had a check engine light come on on my 2016 GMC Canyon and figured I’d get one of these and see if I could take care of the problem myself. The dealership charges a diagnostic fee even if it’s a warranty claim. Hooked it up and within 5 minutes cleared the code which was a simple evap code for the gas cap. Remote start now works again as a result of clearing it.
Simple to use and sure to save you money if it works just once.

SC530 GM Scanner Calibrated Brake Pedal Position Sensor for 2008 GMC Acadia

I needed to calibrate a newly installed brake pedal position sensor on my 2008 GMC Acadia so the brake lights and cruise control would work properly. I did a lot of research online and found that the CGSULIT SC530 for GM was the least expensive tool that had the capability to calibrate or "Relearn" the Brake Pedal Position Sensor on a General Motors (GM) car. 1) Plug in and turn the key to the on position.2) Scroll to "GM" & press Enter.3)Enter "SmartVIN" &wait for data load.4)Enter YES to confirm information correct 5) It then asked if Air Condtioning was Automatic or Manual and I entered Manual and wait for data to load. 6) Select&enter Control Modules & wait for data load7) Select&enter Body Control Module 8) Scroll to "Special Funtions" and enter 9) Select BPP Sensor Calibration & enter 10) Do not apply brake pedal during procedure & place transmission in Park. Press F3(OK) 11. When it says Procedure Complete press F3(OK) and your done. If you want to see live data on the brake pedal just press "BACK" and select "Live Data". I am pleased with the results and would recommend this product to others.

Scott Bousfield
Great device to scan and control many functions of your vehicle plus a comprehensive "code" reader.

I was looking for a device that would retract, extend and recalibrate my electronic parking brakes so I could continue performing my own brake maintenance. The SC530 does this with ease and is capable of doing a lot more than a simple scan tool. Just make sure your vehicle is compatible with the scan tool before purchasing. The customer service I received was well beyond my expectations.

J in VA
good value

Very good product at a good price. Gives information as to what the code means so it saves you the step of having to look up the code on the internet.

Mark S
Easy to use and great bargain!

I keep it in my truck from now on. It saved me a tow to the mechanic. Unfortunately, the part I put in was an aftermarket and not OEM, which caused huge issues. In no way, does that take away from this reader. If anything, this reader came just in time for me to find out that the part I put in was actually bad.

I recommend this reader. Saves time. Easy to use.

Reset fuel composition on my 2012 Silverado 4.8l flex fuel

Was having a hard start/sometimes no start on my 2012 Silverado 4.8l flex fuel. Once it was warm it ran perfectly fine. I was getting PO172 and PO175 codes with a cheap scanner. Changed and checked all the usual suspects (MAF, MAP, engine coolant temp sensor, O2 sensors). None of this worked. After doing a lot of research on GM forums and YouTube, found that sometimes the alcohol% will gradually increase over time (for no reason). I’ve never put in E85 (ethanol fuel in my truck). I called around a lot of Shops around me to see if they had a scan tool that can reset this (most didn’t know what I was talking about or didn’t have a scan tool capable of this). Once I plugged in this scanner it was reading 45% alcohol content, should be below 10%. This CGSULIT SC530 was able to reset the alcohol% and now it fires right up and was able to clear all codes. Saved me a ton of money not having to take it to a dealership, now I have a awesome scan tool that can do everything a dealer level scan tool can do for only $200!!!!!!

Ian Sanderson
Great alternative to spending big bucks at a GM dealership

Used this tool on a 2014 Chevy Spark. StabiliTrak light was on with a code for the Brake Pedal Position Sensor. The part was only $20, but you can't just throw a new sensor in. The replacement sensor has to be calibrated to the car, or the light stays on and the system will not work. This tool allowed me to view all faults in the car, clear them, and learn in the new Brake Pedal Position Sensor. Only complaint is the menus are a bit confusing, and it took me some time to find what menu the correct "learn" option was in. The BPP Sensor is learned in the Body Control Module, and I needed to select "yes" that the Spark had GMLAN to access it. Once I figured that out, the whole operation was done in a couple minutes. Probably paid for itself already since I'm sure the local GM dealer would have charged at least 2 hours to do it. Definitely will use it again if I come across another GM that needs specialized diagnostics.

Julian Danner
Can reset full composition or alcohol percent on gmc or chevy

I have 2011 Gmc running high negative fuel trim LTFT -25 both banks. After doing research found that a high alcohol percent was the cause my truck is a flex fuel. This seems common. I needed to be able to reset fuel composition and most DIY scanners does not have this function. This scanner does and ar a reasonable price under 200. You have be sure that you are buying the scanner with the GM chip. This is the only down fall. You have t by specific programing capabilities for your make of vehicle. Over all completely happy. Scanner is on the more advance side so it may take a few minutes to work through and it does scan a bit slower... but did the job.

Great and handy tool for the money!

I personally changed a transfer/motor on my truck. Would not go into 4x4 mode. Changed the switch as well. Instead of going to the stealership I thought I'd try this scanner. Wow! did a relearn and my truck worked finally. Did a relearn on my Camaro SS. Did a Fuel pump/BTM relearn on my Silverado. And a Throttle body relearn after I converted my v6 truck to a v8. Best tool to have if you own Chevrolet vehicles. Very pleased with what it can do. Amazed actually....

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