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Old 11-25-2007
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directechs?

hey so i left the shop i was working at 2 months ago right before the new directechs came out. and i was wondering if anyone has access to it? i am trying to get access to it to print off several different cars and all there bypass info. mainly alot of the cars that people are always asking me to do and several others. i know the12volt.com is good but something about directechs that i know i can trust it, i have gone and hooked up several cars without a meter and had them work by there info. but i still meter everything. jsut someone wanted one then when my tools werent there.
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google worked for me.
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i do you must now have a password from the company who u work for who must be a directed dealer. Where i work they dont give us a password our computers are automatically logged in when you sign on
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yeah i know that, but i was seeing if someone would be as so kind to lend me their info so i could get on for a bit and do what i gotta do. where do you work at?
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bulldogsecurity.com use that from now on thats what all us installers use when we do work at home its identical to directechs along with locations and pictures
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yeah i use that sometimes. lately i have found myself doing alot of repaclements or upgrades from older systems to the new sst's so i used to go on there find the wiring diagram of the old system and just the harness out and make sure all the new wires are the same and connect them together.
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99% of the new dei systems use the same harness except on the older models like the DIY one
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yes i know that.
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