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I have a reasonably modified 2015 K1500 4WD Suburban and I was wondering if anyone had done or has info on switching it to an OBD2 system? I'm guessing engine and tranny will need to be replaced including the main computer. Has anyone done it? Does anyone have any opinions? The interior is super custom and I do NOT want a whole different truck. Money not an issue.

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Already is OBD2.  OBD2 was fully implemented in 1999 NBS trucks.


i have a 1997 and while it says it is OBD2, while it sort of is, some things aren’t not OBD2 generic and are weird.  1995 Chevy Vortec trucks are more like OBD 1.5 with a mish mosh of both together and 1994 before which are TBI throttle body injected are OBD1.


For your 2015 go buy hptuners and get to work 

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