How to Create Back-Up Files for your Vehicle Modules with FORScan
Making changes to your vehicle modules can be quite risky if you are not that familiar in modifying codes on your modules using FORScan. Even the experienced FORScan users make sure to create a back up to their modules prior to making any changes to their vehicles. This would make it easier to revert back to the previous module values in case something goes wrong.
A Youtube video by Chad Fraser shows us a walkthrough on how to do module backups using FORScan. Check it out at the video below.
It was explained in the video that creating a backup of your modules is particularly useful when you are about to send your vehicle to the dealership and you don't want them knowing that you made some changes on your vehicle. You can just simply restore the original factory settings of your vehicle and then load your backup modules back after the visit to your dealership is done.
Special thanks to Chad Fraser for this amazing video. For more of his videos, check out his Youtube channel here.
To make backup files of your modules using FORScan, you will need a reliable FORScan adapter. Below are our featured OBD2 adapters that work flawlessly with FORScan: