If you are looking for an automotive scanner that can help you to perform most diagnostic functions, LAUNCH X431 CRP429C is a good choice.
Offer Full-OBD2 Functions:
As soon as you plug the Launch X431 CRP 429C it will automatically detect your car. It will show you the make, model, year and (in some cases) mileage of the vehicle. After that, it will lead you to diagnostics where you can choose the systems to scan.
Note that the auto-detect feature doesn’t work on every single vehicle. For example, there are reported auto-detection issues with the 2006 Nissan Teana and 2002 Mazda B2300 pickup. Just in case it fails on you don’t worry, you can choose your car make and model manually from the built-in database.
Perform 11 special reset functions:
In addition to full OBD2 diagnostics, Launch X431 CRP 429C also supports 11 other advanced functions. They are ABS bleeding, oil service reset, gear learning, injector coding, BMS, TPS, IMMO, SAS reset, DPF regeneration, EPB, and TPMS reset.
But, Launch X431 CRP 429C also has some shortcomings:
It only Compatibility issues with some EU and Asian-made cars, like 2006 Nissan Teana, Nissan Altima and 2002 Mazda B2300 pickup. Also, it doesn’t support such functions as relearn, coding and programming that professional mechanics frequently need. What’s more, it has a cheap feel because it’s made of plastic. The rubber surrounding the case makes it look better.
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