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[Sold] Lexia Diagnostic Kit
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This is my Lexia diagnostic kit which I used on my Berlingo. It works perfectly and it's in mint, as new, condition with some of the cables never even removed from the bags they came in. The CD has Peugeot Planet and Lexia v4.5 with an update to v4.6 - I never did the update as v4.5 seemed to do all I needed.

£65 inc delivery.

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#2
Good price if anybody wants one - they are handy to have.
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#3
pm sent
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#4
Morning, is kit still for sale.
Bear with me as very novice type bloke here.
Cheers Bernie
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#5
Hi Bernie,

I bought the Lexia from knobbly.

Where you start with Lexia/Planet Peugeot installation could be influenced by your experience of working with Keygen files. Knobblies pack included
1 all leads
2 software on disc
and 3 a keygen file that he provided via a link.

A keygen file has the same sort of form as a virus so browsers and email apps are inclined to want to block them. It could be worth running all of your programs Lexia included in a Sandbox.

Other things to consider; a) on ebay there are/were packages for £65 that seem to function ok and b) also on ebay there is a very well respected seller who has/had packs for about £120, easydiagnostic based in Hamilton if my memory serves me.

'You get what you pay for' may also influence your path starting orientation - on balance Easydiagnostics may be better value when you consider the laptop/tablet and operating system you will be using.

cheers

The Captain
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#6
Many thanks for the info Captain.
Just a quick is a sealey an option ?
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#7
Hi Bernie,

I am not the best person to be advising but I have to say that the Sealy OBD2 scanner that Amazon (cheers google) is currently selling for about £36 could be an interesting general purpose option to get you going.

It may be worth posting what model/year of Berlingo/Partner you are running and ask what other folks suggest.

There has been quite a lot written already on this forum about diagnostic devices and there needs to be more.

Cheers and Good Luck from The Captain.
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#8
It's a 1.9d on a 54 plate sir.
Thanks again for the input Captain.
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