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auto enginuity learning curve

Does anyone know about how long it would take a hillbilly to be able to use this for basic things such as buzz test, cylinder contribution and a general scan of all the components? Also is there any difference in buying it direct or from a dealer?
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1: depends on the hillbilly.... anywhere from 2 minutes to 2 lifetimes....

took me 2 minutes

2: no

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just FYI there was a rash of pirate units sold so be careful and visit their website to see what the fakes look like it's the whole reason behind the security dongle they now have

if your unit is a fake they will not update it or provide any support

so yes it does matter where you buy one

and the test aren't hard to run the problem is knowing what the parameters should Be A/E won't help you there

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Been stalling on this myself too... should get my ass in gear

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Im normally really bad with computer programs, but AE took me roughly a minute or so.
As stated above, once you know what the parameters are, you should be fine.
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