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Pretty sure it can't be done with a generic tool. Might want to get a tech2.

Correct me if I am wrong but I don't remember ever seeing a CASE learning option on the Genisys.
 

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Well come to find out you are correct, the Genisys web site has a tutorial on how to do a CASE learn but when I hooked it up to my 2008 Impala it wasn't an option. So I'm going to try a different route.
 

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Update, you can do a case learn with the Genisys, just depends on the software. The first one I tried had version 5 I believe, but I'm not sure what the mechanic had on his that worked.
 

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Pretty sure it can't be done with a generic tool. Might want to get a tech2.

Correct me if I am wrong but I don't remember ever seeing a CASE learning option on the Genisys.
AutoEnginuity can do GM specific bi-directional tests and CASE learn if you purchase the GM enhanced feature. I've had their software for 5 years with the Toyota and GM feature sets. Way cheaper than a used Tech II or Genisys.
 

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My buddy did mine with a Snap-on Verdict. It's a $6000 tool, and he goes on facebook with it. :lol:
 
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