My new Autel AL519 Color Screen OBDII/CAN Scan Tool arrived today and I must report that it works great. It reads all codes stored plus any pending. it will do a live test on all systems and report faults with a detailed diagnosis of what is wrong plus point you in the direction of where to look. It can be updated via web.
If your looking for a hand held device then this one works.
I have exactly the same one!
Good piece of kit.
It's also generic as demonstrated in the other thread where you asked for the location of the maf sensor on an engine that didn't have one because the machine told you too, you'd be far better buying a book on engine management and learning the basics before getting a code reader, mechanics don't do 3 yrs training because code readers are the be all and end all... Just my opinion... As a trained mechanic with 15+ yrs working on cars... To be honest some of the stuff I read on here is very very scary with some ofnthenqorst advice I've ever read on the web featuring in some threads
We'll that's what I thought dumdum that's why I asked I know a 2 ltr diesel has one but wasn't sure about my car it just threw me off a bit.
(17-07-2014, 01:07 PM)dumdum Wrote: ofnthenqorst advice
Is this some new-fangled Scandinavian advice?
Do not write below this line. Office use only.
It's not Norwegian(Neither 'Bokmål' nor 'nynorsk') or Samii.
It could be Swedish, but then it would probably be written 'ofnthenqörst'...
Danish is pretty much like Norwegian(Bokmål).
Anyone from Finland here?
Me, it translates as "you lot are hilarious" lol