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Chem software for custom diagnostic module?

Well, since Facebook is utterly useless for anything other than crap posting; I've been trying to get a hold of a software I've been told works with this little board I got that plugs into the OBD-1 diagnostic port. It's supposed to be called "Chem". I have mentioned it nonchalantly here but I guess I needed to make a special thread for it.

The board itself is marked "PRECISION GOVERNORS, INC." I keep forgetting how to post pictures or if I can here, so I'll just link them from facebook.

Some folks want to whine about how the software is obsolete, but you may as well be saying our cars are obsolete. I just want to play around with this thing. Computer interaction with my cars is something I haven't had a chance to do yet, and I'm kind of excited about it.
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Re: Chem software for custom diagnostic module?

found this, link is old but maybe the wayback machine ?

http://www.roundededge.com/cip/xChem.html
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more info here

https://pcm.neons.org/doku.php?id=turbonator_and_mptune
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Re: Chem software for custom diagnostic module?

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Well, since Facebook is utterly useless for anything other than crap posting; I've been trying to get a hold of a software I've been told works with this little board I got that plugs into the OBD-1 diagnostic port. It's supposed to be called "Chem". I have mentioned it nonchalantly here but I guess I needed to make a special thread for it.

The board itself is marked "PRECISION GOVERNORS, INC." I keep forgetting how to post pictures or if I can here, so I'll just link them from facebook.

Some folks want to whine about how the software is obsolete, but you may as well be saying our cars are obsolete. I just want to play around with this thing. Computer interaction with my cars is something I haven't had a chance to do yet, and I'm kind of excited about it.
I am unclear what you are looking for. Are you looking for software? I have both CHEM and CHEM2.
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Re: Chem software for custom diagnostic module?

Thanks for the response! I would like to be able to use this equipment a friend gave me so that it isn't just something totally useless sitting here. I should have been more specific. People have been hounding me about using the new equipment and software, and I'm not interested. I am very interested in hearing about what this board I have here can even do. I'm only assuming it is for viewing real time data from the ECM. Is it only compatible with SMEC and SBEC? Can it interact with 1987 LM?
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