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I did some additional testing of the Foxwell NT530 scan tool with its latest software modules installed.
The VIN detection works much better than prior releases. It properly detects the VIN and vehicle type. For my 2004 SSR I must then select between Trailblazer EXT and SSR (same is true for my Autel MS906 scan tool).
From the "Main Groups" menu I selected "Quick Scan" where it scans all subsystems and it completed that successfully without presenting incorrect DTC scan counts like it did in previous versions.
-Traction assist (if equipped)
-Body control module
-4WAL 3 sensor :: This is the ABS / EBCM subsystem on the SSR
-Remote function actuation
-Instrument panel cluster
-Radio :: Since I have an aftermarket radio it skips this subsystem
-Driver seat module
-Roof and door module
Roof and door module
I selected this subsystem and then selected the "Active Tests"
I selected the "Passenger window" test
The window started in the fully up position
<F1> key = Up / <F2> = Down / <F3> = Stop
I pressed the NT530 <F2> key and it started to move the window in the downward direction
-The movement was being accomplished by multiple pulses of the window motor
-This was a change implemented in one of the test releases that I obtained from Foxwell
-It does make the window go down, but you must press the <F3> to stop it when it gets to the bottom
-I pressed the <F1> (up) key and it pulsed the window upwards to the top and I then pressed <F3> to stop it.
-When I had used the GM Tech2Win software that emulates the Tech 2 on a Windows machine, the Up/Down requests would be accomplished in one smooth motor operation, not in a pulsed manner.
Powertrain / Live Data / Misfires
-I wanted to see if it would display the misfire data in a timely manner.
-It is sluggish when scrolling down this screen.
-It displayed misfire counts of 0 (zero) for cylinders 1,2,3 and 4, but cylinders 5,6,7 and 8 where blank.
-When I scrolled down to the history counts for 1,2,3,4 they were blank and cylinders 5,6,7,8 has a value of 0 (zero).
-This screen does not appear to be working correctly
My opinion on the readiness of the NT530 with the GM software module for the SSR is "wait for future releases".
This certainly is far better than the results I had back when I first started this testing, but it's not where I would say it should be for a reliable scan tool.
Credits to @ shiftz33 for his nice sharing.
The above is the experience of using the new version of Foxwell NT530 software, we recommend users to keep the latest version.