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Old Timey Diesel Guy
Long Island NY
I have been using Autoenginuity for years and like it fine great for doing multiple makes and latest version can be run off a Tablet or Ipad. The customer service is excellent also. Yes it is dollars to get the Bidirectional GM package but once you own it your done. The trick is if all you are doing is servicing your 6.5 not to update it I stayed on a 2011 version for years. Your subscription to the GM package will expire after two years but it will still keep working so long as you don't update the program. As to having to pay extra for other make Bidirectional packages any Scan Tool will charge you the pleasure for being all encompassing.

Whats also neat about AE is that you can graph and record multiple sensors whilst driving to help diagnose.

An example of their customer service, one year I paid for the upgrades thinking I'd finally get access to the ABS bleed procedure. Turns out they could not add it for the 97 and under because funnily enough it is a mish mash of OBD2 and some OBD1. When I discovered this they with no complaints refunded my money and helped me roll back to the older version, they could of just said sorry and kept their money.