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- Dimension:27 x 20 x 7cm/10.63 x 7.87 x 2.76in
- LCD Display -128x64 pixel display with contrast adjustment, Backlit
- "ENTER" key - for selection of different functions
- "ESC" key - to go back to the previous screen
- "UP"& "DOWN" arrows - to move the selection pointer and scrolls up or down the menu
- "LEFT"&"RIGHT" keys - for selection of responses and move cursor
- On/Off Power Button - for performing software update process
- OBDII connector cable - for connecting scan tool to the vehicle's Data Link Connector "DLC"
- Battery compartment
- This OBDII Code Reader Works on all 1996 and newer cars & light trucks that are OBD II compliant (including the VPW, PWM, ISO, KWP 2000 and CAN protocols)
- OBDII Scanner Tool reads and clears generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)
- DTCs definition displayed on the LCD screen, no need to cross-reference with code book
- Reading Live Data
- Reading Freeze Frame Data
- Testing I/M Reading Status
- Reading Vehicle Info -VIN (most vehicles built 2000 & up)
- Rescanning Data
- This OBDII Code Scanner can perform as a FULL diagnostic tool for VAG range and as a generic Fault code reader for other vehicles that are OBD2 complient
- Misfire, Fuel System, Comprehensive components (ccm), EGR System, Oxygen sensor, Catalyst, Evaporative, O2 Sensor heater, Secondary air, Heated Catalyst, A/C System and many more
- GM '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Ford '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Chrysler '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Toyota '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- Honda '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- NISSAN '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- All other Asian and European '96 - Current Year (OBD-II)
- All new CAN protocol cars
- All new CAN protocol cars
- Reading Freeze Frame Data
- U581 LIVE DATA OBD2 EOBD Scanner Can-Bus OBDII Code Scanner
- This OBDII Code Scanner also retrieves the VIN (vehicle identification number) on supported vehicles
How to Diagnose Car Problems with an OBD2:
- Start the ignition and watch the components on the dashboard console. The light for "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" should flash briefly. This indicates that the OBD2 is present and ready to diagnose problems that may exist
- Check the dashboard console as you drive. If there are any problems, the "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" light will come on and stay on. The OBD2 will alert you to problems ranging from a loose or missing gas cap to an engine misfire
- Look for blinking lights on your dashboard console. Blinking lights indicate that there is a serious problem occurring with the engine of the vehicle. It will be safer to limit your driving until this problem has been resolved
- Use a personal OBD2 code reader to scan for problems (see Resources below). Attach the reader to your car's 16-pin port, which is usually located under the steering wheel. The reader will display the problem codes generated by your car's computer, as well as the definition of the codes
- Take your car to an auto technician if you are unable to discover the source of the problem on your own. The auto technician will use a professional OBD2 reader for a more detailed scan of your car. The mechanic will use the codes as a starting point in determining the true cause of the problem.
- Take note if the light on the console goes out before you can take the car in for service. This indicates that the problem has been resolved
How to Buy a Scanner to Access Obd-ii Data
On-board diagnostic systems, also known as Obd systems were first introduced in the 1970s and 1980s. By 1996, all cars were required to have an advanced Obd system known as the Obd-ii. Measuring the output of an Obd-ii system requires a scanner. Here are a few things to consider before purchasing an Obd-ii scanner
- Determine if your car is compatible with the Obd-ii scanner
- Identify the scanner's code-reading limitations. If you want a basic scanner, you'll be limited to diagnosing simple engine problems. Advanced scanners diagnose a broad spectrum of problems
- Decide if you want an Obd-ii scanner that displays a description of the code or one that requires you to look up the code in a book. If you're willing to look up the code, the scanner will be less expensive
- Examine the length of the cord. Some cords are too short to reach from the car cabin to the engine area. Long cords allow you to run diagnostics while looking at the engine
- Compare a stand alone model to an Obd-ii scanner that requires a laptop. Stand alone scanners may provide less information, but are portable
- Check the scanner's features for an ability to turn off the check engine light
- Note whether the scanner can be updated for future
Tips & Warnings
- If you're using a MacOS, look to see if the Obd-ii scanner software is MacOS compatible
- Some scanners are compatible with the Palm or a Pocket PC, providing enhanced portability
- 1 x U581 LIVE DATA OBD2 EOBD Scanner Can-Bus Code Reader
- 1 x OBDII Connection cable
- 1 x COM Cable
- 1 x Manual
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