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Old 04-21-2013, 09:41 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by madonthemike View Post
Yes it should, Ive personally never used it, but my understanding is that PA soft is a more user friendly way of setting different options/coding. It gives you various options you can tick on/off - its a good way of going about if you dont feel comfortable with factory tools like NCSExpert etc..
thanks , I plan on getting a PA soft unit very soon. just wanted to see before I buy.

Thanks for the help ill let you know how it goes
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