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Arrow Want to disable your TPM sensors? You need Appcar-DiagFCA OBD-II Software;

Appcar DiagFCA is a professional Windows PC diagnostics software program, specifically made for Chrysler, Dodge & Jeep Vehicles. The purchase includes free lifetime updates for the software. Here is a link to order the software;

https://appcar-diagfca.com/en/

For connecting to a vehicle we recommend the use of original ELM327 USB, OBDLink LX/SX or Vgate iCar2 bluetooth interfaces.

I used the ELM327 USB Cable that I ordered from Total Car Diagnostics; A link to order that is here;

ELM327 USB V2.1 OBDII OBD2 Car Diagnostic Code Reader Scanner Tool

Along with how to install instructions:

How to Install ELM327 USB Cable on Windows and OBD2 Software | Car OBD Diagnostics, ECU Chip Tuning & Auto Repair Support

Beware of cheap Chinese clones of the ELM327 cable - if you see one that's priced for $10-$15 it probably will not function properly; I've read a lot of reviews of people complaining that their much cheaper cable can not properly access the appcar-diagfca software. The ELM327 cable from Total Car Diagnostics works - I've used it myself with no issues; You can read more here;

https://www.totalcardiagnostics.com/elm327/

There are also Blue Tooth options if you don't want to deal with the USB cable;

Here is a ELM327 Bluetooth device. It must be ELM327 compatible.

You will need a laptop with Bluetooth capabilities and Bluetooth must be turned on. If not you can purchase one of these.

It used to be that the software was coded specifically to your VIN and you could only use it on that VIN and it was $49.00 per download; Now they offer several different options which you can see below;

You purchase the software online from the link at the top of this thread and then download the software from a link which is emailed to you. It usually takes just a few minutes. They now offer 1, 2, 5 and unlimited use licenses, which is great for multiple jeep owners.

1 VIN $49
2 VINS $69
5 VINS $99
Unlimited VINS $299

Once you download the appcar-diagfca software, I'd recommend reviewing all of the information in the 2 links below before you try to use it;

How to Install ELM327 USB Cable on Windows and OBD2 Software | Car OBD Diagnostics, ECU Chip Tuning & Auto Repair Support

https://appcar-diagfca.com/en/how-to-use-it/

More information on using the appcar-diagfca software when connecting with a windows 10 laptop using the ELM327 USB cable here:

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums...s-issue-5.html

Special thanks to members @CP07 and @Legofan for their contributions on this subject.


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Good stuff..Thanks for the info
No problem at all. I hope it's useful to you.


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