What CK-200 key programmer is able to pull

CK-200 key programmer is able to pull:
1) For HYUNDAI PIN CODE
2) For KIA PIN CODE
3) For NISSAN BCM CODE
4) VAG PIN CODE SYSTEM1 (SYSTEM2,KOSTAL,MEGAMOS/DELPHI)
5) VAG 7-4 PIN CONV (PIN7,DEALER,IMPORTATORE,PIN4,DATA(00/00/2000),EXIT)
6) For GM PIN CODE ECM TYPE 1 (ECM TYPE 2,ECM TYPE 3,ECM TYPE 4,ECM TYPE 5,ECM TYPE 6
7) For CHRYSLER FOBIKCODE
8) For FORD KEYLESS ECODE (KEYLESS ENTRY CODE1,KEYLESS ENTRY CODE2)

A new Tech 2 unit retails for well over $4000.00.  Anyone who tries to sell you a new unit for less is selling you a clone that DOES NOT work on every GM car, IS NOT of any quality and has a high failure rate.  Clone GM Tech 2 scanner ‘s frequently destroy vehicle control modules, and are a complete and total waste of money!  A lot of people buy a Chinese or Korean clone, and have no idea they have a clone!  If they sell it to you, they didn’t know it was a Chinese or Korean clone.  This is a highly cloned tool and even the original manufacturer(s) built some low quality units.

My issue now however, is the car continue to will not likely begin up. I continue to get that very same code in truth. I lastly located out which the code is really a $mod18 code, which soon after doing some investigation, is for your TCM (Transmission Management Module). Turns out that each modules will toss precisely the same code. It it is really $mod10, it can be referring into the ECM, and if it is $mod18, it is really referring to the TCM.

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