Autel MaxiSys Series Scanners Release Notes

Below versions were released in September, including improved performance and bug fixes for Autel MaxiSys series products, MaxiSYS MS906/MS908/MS908 PRO, MaxiSYS CV, MD808/MX808/MaxiService/MaxiDiag Elite.

Autel MaxiSys Series

1.Asia
uHonda (V4.40)
Fixes an issue that reports generated from auto scanning are not fully displayed.
Fixes bugs that caused failure in replacing PCM/TCM and adding a new key in Immobilizer GEN-III.
Fixes bugs that caused errors in performing BSI function in BSM.
Addes 36 functions for diesel engine and gasoline engine.
2.American
uFord (V7.13)
Adds diagnostic support for models up to 2017.
uChrysler (V7.60)
Adds diagnostic support for models up to 2017.

Autel MaxiSys pro 908 & 906

1.European:
uVW (V10.00) (Maxisys908Pro)
Optimizes on-line coding function for VW, Audi, SH-VW, FAW-VW, FAW-Audi, and adds support for the latest models in 2017.
VW (V10.00) (Maxisys908, 906, 906S:)
Improves on-line coding function for VW, SH-VW and FAW-VW, and adds support for the latest models in 2017.
Asia
BAIC (V5.00)
Updates functions in Engine system, SRS, ABS, EPS and IMMO for Huansu S2/S3, Weiwang 205, 206 and T205.
Adds support for Huansu S3L, S5, S6, H2, H3, H3F, H6, and Weiwang 205, 206 Korean, T205 Korean, covering Engine system, SRS, ABS, EPS and IMMO.
GreatWall (V5.30)
Optimizes Auto Scan that the name of ECU being scanned will be displayed in real time.
Fixes bugs in Key Learn function in PEPS for H6_2013 model.
Optimized DTC library for Engine system for H6-Coupe.
uHyundai/KIA(V7.10)
Adds support for basic and special functions for 2017 and some 2018 models, and for 2017/2018 Hyundai Kia American.

2.America
uGMUSA (V11.20)
Fixes bugs in Program Key Fob function for 2000 GMC Truck Savana.
Fixes bugs that caused communication failure in Chassis for 2002 GMC Truck Astro.
Fixes bugs that caused faiure in performing Program Key Fobs for 2001 Chevrolet Malibu LS/ 2005 Cadillac Escalade.
Fixes bugs that caused display errors in DTCs in Auto Scan function for 2007 Chevrolet Aveo LT.

3.GM China (V8.10)
Optimizes prompts for adaptive value learning function in Transmission for 2014 Cruze and 2011 GL8
Fixes bugs that caused errors in DTC definitions for 2011 GL8.
Fixes bugs that caused failure in VIN Analysis for 2017 Cruze.

MaxiSys CV

1.Asia:
Isuzu/ZF (V8.10)
Adds Read ECU Information, Read Codes, Erase Codes and Live Data functions for EcoLife, Iveco-Eurotronic 2, Iveco-Intarder CAN and Iveco-Intarder KWP.
Adds Active Test and Special functions ( including Self Adaption Gearbox System, Self Adaption Clutch, Parameter Setting, and Maintenance Information) for Tronic Lite, eTronic, ZF Ecomat 2/4, ZF EcoLife, AsTronic 1, AsTronic 2, AsTronic Mid, EST-32, EST-42/48, WSK EST41/61-WSK, and WSK EST41/61-WSK Daimler Chrysler, etc.

2.American:
Ford (V1.11)
Adds diagnostic support for models in 2017.
MD808/MX808/MaxiService/MaxiDiagElite

3.American:
Ford (V1.10) (MX808)

Adds diagnostic support for models in 2017.
Honda (V6.20, MaxiService/MaxiDiagElite OilReset) (V1.10, MD808 Oilreset)
Adds Auto Service Reset, Auto Oil Reset, Manual Reset functions for all models.
Release Notes (October)
Below versions are to be developed in October, including improved performance and bug fixes for MaxiSys series products, MaxiSys 906/908/908 pro, and MaxiSys CV.

Autel MaxiSys Series

1.Asia
Nissan/Infiniti (V5.60)
Adds support for 2018 models, such as 370Z, ARMADA, VERSA Sedan, INFINITI QX30, INFINITI Q50, and INFINITI Q70.
Adds NATS and Learn Key function for 2015-2017 INFINITI Q30.
Adds support for VIN Analysis for more models.
Adds 150 Hot Functions, such as Steering Wheel Angle Sensor, Cabin Filter Regeneration, Interval Of Oil Change (OCS) Oxidation, and Injector Adaptives.
uHonda (V4.41)
Fixes bugs that caused display errors in dynamic menu in BSI.
Fixes bugs that caused errors when performing Customize function in MVCS.
Optimizes Radar Calibration and Static Radar Calibration functions.
Adds special functions for some systems such as SRS.

2.European
uLandRover (V5.20)
Adds support for 2017 models.
Optimizes special functions for models since 2010.
Fiat (V6.60)
Adds 250 special functions for models before 2010.

MaxiSys pro & 908 & 906

1.European:
Opel/Vauxhall (V7.00)
Optimizes software structure.
Adds diagnostic support for thirty 2017-2018 models, such as Astra, Zafira, Corsa-E, Antara, Adam, Cascade, Commbo-D, Insignia and Mokka, covering basic and special functions.
Fixes bugs for some softwares.
Benz (V12.00)
Adds Read Codes, Clear Codes, Live Data, ECU Information, Active Test, Adaptation, On-line Program and On-line SCN for Chassis 205, 222, 204 and 212.
Peugeot/Citroen (V6.10)
Adds 10 Hot Functions.
Optimizes Auto VIN function.
Improves the speed of accessing Engine and BSI Data.

2.Asia
Baojun (V4.00)
Version updates. Adds diagnostic support for Baojun 510 and 310.
Fixes bugs for some special functions.
Optimizes the text of some prompting messages.
BAIC (V5.30)
Updates functions for three 2016 models: EV150, EV160 and EV160.
Adds support for 21 models: Weiwang 306, Weiwang M307 (M30 Economics), Weiwang 307 (2015 model), Weiwang 608EV, Weiwang 308EV, EV150 Economics, EV200, EV200 (2016 model), EX200, EX260, EU260, EU220, EU300, EU400, Saab EV (before 2014.9), Saab ES210 (since 2014.9), EC180, EC200, Polar Star E, EH300, and ARCFOX-1.

3.America
GM China (V9.00) (MaxiSysPro)
Adds programming and coding functions for Cruze, lacrosse, Excellegt, and GL8.

SD Connect C4 – MUST READ BEFORE YOU BUY

I’m in the market for an MB SD Connect C4 mercedes benz diagnostic tool and have been trying to spend my time doing some homework to avoid getting a garbage unit. I certainly can understand what a lot of people have been saying about the widely varying quality that’s out there. I am a EE and PCB designer, so I’m trying to make use of that knowledge to select the best unit that I can.

To that end, I’m going to share what info I’ve collected so far, and when I finally end up buying whatever unit I do, I’m going to do a full teardown on it and post the results here.

As another matter, I’ll openly post details on who I buy the unit from and impressions after receiving it.

Near as I can tell right now, there appear to be about 4 “factories” that make different units.

One thing I’ve been asking all of the sellers for (and I would encourage others to do the same) is photos of the actual unit (including PCBs) with a unique identifier in the photo to prove that the unit they say they are going to send me is the actual one they send me. Of course, some sellers immediately bail at this, but then you know who to avoid ahead of time.

In general, a lot of the components used in a C4 are getting quite long in the tooth. Many of the parts are approaching 20 years of age. Thus, you stand a fair risk of getting pulls (used parts) and/or remarked parts on these.

In following posts, I’ll provide photos of what I can discern as differences between the units along with some commentary about whatever info I can provide at this point.

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In this first photo, I’ve outlined some things I feel are important to note. They have a set of 4 analog switches on the PCB. In this photo, they are ADG426 from OBD2TOOL. I’ve seen some clones that use DG526CY from Harris/Intersil. The DG526CY, besides being completely obsolete, has an typical RDSON of 270 ohms vs 80 for the Analog Devices part. It also has a -55dB isolation vs -75dB for the AD part. In short, the AD part is just a much better mux. So with that said, I would insist on any unit I’m interested in using those.

A second thing you’ll notice is the use of can crystals where 4 pin variants were intended. This is just sloppy and cheap. There may also be issue with loading (and ultimately clock stability) depending on whether they matched the loading caps to the substituted crystal or not.

I haven’t had a set of photos high res enough to look at the rest of the actives in detail yet, as most sellers don’t seem to post them.

There’s also an issue pointed out on the bottom of the board where one of the (what appears to be) MOSFETs in (what appears to be a) D2 PAK looks like it was hand soldered. Again, no good.

This next photo is of the relay PCB — I think one of the MHH members posted this from an original SDC4.

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You’ll notice the use of NEC UD2-4.5NU relays and EPCOS S513N chokes. I’ve seen plenty of PCBs where they remove the chokes and stub them out with 0 ohm resistors. That is a high crime in terms of signal integrity. You see a lot of “full chips” comments where these are present, although that is a bit of a misnomer. It should read as “common mode filters present”.

On this PCB, you’ll also notice the use of multilayer ceramic capacitors (MLCC) near the switching supplies. A lot of clones seem to use electrolytic capacitors in place of the bigger MLCCs because of the cost. MLCCs are preferred for switchers because of their low ESR. I really cannot comprehend why the clone makers skimp on these. Even in the US, in reel (e.g. 4K pcs) qty, a 47uF MLCC is about $0.20/ea. That means the difference of probably about $0.50 for the whole PCB. The other advantage of MLCCs is that they more or less last forever, whereas electrolytic caps will eventually dry out and fail (and who knows how old the ones you’re getting are and what the quality is to begin with).

In the upper right hand corner, you’ll see some footprints that weren’t solder pasted during stencil printing. To me, this is a good thing. You know what parts were intended to be populated and which were not. You also get a chance to examine the ENIG finish.

In the next photo, you’ll see the MPC5200 board. This is an 8 layer PCB.

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There are a couple of things of note on this board:

(1) The AMD 10/100 ethernet PHY that’s used comes in 2 revisions and a few different temperature ratings. I have to check the details carefully between the rev A and B, but in terms of temp rating, this should be ‘I’ (industrial) vs ‘C’ (commercial).

These PHYs are ancient now, so any price difference should be minimal between the C and I version. Thus, again, I can’t imagine why anyone would try to save $0.01 and use the C version.

(2)(Anturage corrected me here — this header brings out USB, MII (Ethernet MAC), and some other signals)
(Will update below with the location of JTAG when I find it…)

The header at the lower left hand corner of the board is the JTAG header for the MPC5200. For PowerPC, they refer to this interface as BDM. I haven’t seen anyone talking about it on here, but this could be quite useful in some cases if/when the SDC is flaking out. For anyone who’s not familiar with this interface, it allows you to halt/breakpoint/single step the processor. You can also test the memory attached to the CPU etc. Unfortunately, on this particular PCB, some solder paste leaked through (although I’m not exactly sure how this could happen if I think about it…) onto a few of the pads.

(3) The memory chips are at the bottom. They’re DDR SDRAM (I made a mistake when I originally posted this, I wrote that they were not DDR, but upon closer inspection, they are). You can see the series termination resistors between the memory chips and the MPC5200. As others have pointed out, these should be identical and from the same date/lot code. These parts are plentiful and cheap as dirt, so there’s absolutely no excuse for any funny business there.

(4) The Spansion S29GL064N is a 64Mb (8MB) parallel NOR flash. Pretty standard for the time this unit was designed. This is what the MPC5200 boots from and where U-Boot, the RTOS, etc. live. You can dump and rewrite the contents of this flash via JTAG (mentioned above). These parts are still readily available and cheap.

You’ll notice on this PCB that right below the AMD PHY, there’s a 32KHz tuning fork crystal in a 4 pin package. This is the package that should have been used on the other PCB as well.

In general, this particular PCB looks to be of reasonably high quality.

The last photo that I have is of the LCD display.

c4-4

I’ve seen a lot of different variants of this particular board.

There’s this example ‘FT-C4-LCD’. I’ve seen another ‘LCD V1.1′ variant as well.

The biggest thing with this board is that it’s a HASL (hot air solder level) finish. Granted, this is not the most complex PCB in the world by a long stretch, but it just goes to show you how for these companies will go to save every last penny. Although I haven’t seen the back side of one of the ‘FT-C4-LCD’ variants, the ‘LCD v1.1′ variant seems to use some ST microcontroller. Maybe the FT-C4-LCD has one on the back?

There’s nothing else particularly remarkable about this board, although my impression is that the higher quality units seem to use this FT-C4-LCD variant. If anyone has information to the contrary, I’d certainly appreciate knowing about it.

So as I’ve mentioned before, I’ve been sending these photos to any prospective sellers with SD C4 units and asking them to address the issues I’ve pointed out here in writing.

If they either can’t or won’t, I just simply move on. I’m sure there are some people that will argue that I’m just wasting my time, but that’s fine, it’s my time to waste. I think if enough buyers start insisting on better quality up front, and stop buying garbage, it may encourage the factories to improve their quality in general.

To that end, I’m asking any seller to guarantee, in writing, that I will receive exactly what we agreed upon up front, or that they will have to provide a full refund and pay return shipping. To be fair, I am willing to pay more for that. I’m not asking for a top shelf unit at a rock bottom price.

So for any sellers reading this that are interested, please post a note on here, as it may be of interest to others. No need to PM me. Any experience that I have with any seller, I will report back to on here fairly and accurately. I think anyone deserves a fair chance. At the same time, I will be completely honest and detailed about the entire experience, so please bear that in mind ahead of time. I would encourage others to do the same. I feel like this is one place where open communication will benefit everyone.

To any sellers that might be reading this:

Please understand that none of us want to buy a unit, have problems, and have to deal with sending back to China and playing games with you. All anyone wants is a high quality car diagnostic scanner that will work reliably for years. It is better for you and for us to pay a little more up front and get a better quality product. Since you go to great lengths to obscure your production sources, it becomes your job to communicate to them that poor quality is not acceptable.

How to choose a BMW ICOM cable

which a BMW ICOM cable you need: K+DCAN or ENET or BMW ICOM A2/ ICOM Next?

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In summary,
It depends on your purpose (diagnostic or coding or programming) and model (Exx or Fxx or others).

For Coding, you need different Tools, NCS Expert / SP-Daten for E-Series and E-Sys / PSdZData for F-Series.
All Diagnosis and Coding can be done with cheap DCAN Cable for E-Series and cheap ENET Cable for F-Series.

For Programming (Flashing ECU’s with new Firmware), then you need ISTA/P for for both E-Series and F-Series cars, or you can use WinKFP for E-Series and E-Sys for F-Series. For E-Series Programming, you will need an BMW ICOM, but for F-Series Programming, you can use ENET Cable.

For Exx- Series:
Interface = K+DCAN Cable (OBDII to USB) or ICOM
ECU Data Files = SP-Daten
NCS Expert = Coding Software
WinKFP = Programming (Flashing) Software
EDIABAS = Low-Level ECU Communication Software used by NCS Expert & WinKFP

For Fxx- / Ixx- / Gxx-Series, Mini, & Rolls-Royce:
Interface = ENET Cable (OBDII to RJ45 Ethernet) or ICOM
ECU Data Files = PSdZData
E-Sys = Coding Software
E-Sys = Programming (Flashing) Software

About: BMW ICOM
ICOM A (also ICOM A2, ICOM A3, ICOM Next A): main interface
ICOM B: adapter for programming multimedia in E series
ICOM C: adapter for old BMW with round 20 pin diagnostic plug
ICOM D: adapter for motorcycles
ISTA+ (AKA Rheingold or ISTA-D)
DIAGNOSTICS for All Vehicles
PROGRAMMING for F/I/G/RR & MINI, but requires an ICOM
ISTA-P
PROGRAMMING traditionally for all chassis, but is being phased out by August 2017, except for legacy E-series.
Replacement ECU’s must be NEW

YOU HAVE TO KNOW before you buy ICOM A2 or ICOM A3 or ICOM Next:

ICOM NEXT vs the old ICOM

-> much faster in BMW F and G series ..
-> supports gigabit Ethernet too to be future proof, there currently is not gigabit Ethernet protocol defined yet for autos. Also it has USB3.0 instead of USB2.0 and a better wifi card.

ICOM NEXT A vs ICOM A2

-> more stable during programming
-> be necessary for the future Gbit cars
-> faster start-up times and high throughput
-> through high-performance,low-power ARM SoC
-> improved handling
-> more flexible OBD cable
-> lighted button for logs

ICOM A vs ICOM A2 vs ICOM A3

Modified ICOM A2 for vehicles with OBD access receives a significantly more powerful processor and more storage capacity. And robust aluminium case will help to avoid damage when using in harsh environments. It works better in cooling, runs faster and works more stable, not easier broken than older BMW ICOM A+B+C.

ICOM A3 can program all units for all BMW series expect media system, and work more stable and has stronger compatibility than ICOM A2, A1.

Kess V2 5.017 All Versions Review Works very wel

So far, i have all versions of Kess v2 firmware 5.017, incl three types of GREEN pcb version and one RED pcb version.

See what i have now…

Kess 5.017 with green pcb

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The first i have (online version master clone)


The second



The third one



The PCBs are kind of different, saying they’re from various Chinese factory.

Also, the methods of token reset are not the same. With the third one, I can rest tokens myself with a button inside for that.

Besides, there is no much difference. I have tested many times. I’m using Windows XP.

Already done 30+ cars using this tools. Works very well.

Did a edc16 + c35 according to the line made without question.

Works, edc17c54 vw crafter record of the hole.

Read and write Ford focus 1.8 and Mazda 6 2.0, all ok.

In summary,

Order came quickly from Obd2tool.com. All kess v2 master clone works. connected to the car, read data very fast. Works fine. I’m satisfied.

EDIT:

Today, i received the latest KESS V2 v5.017 online version EU solution. Fast delivery. With a red board.

Look here:




Have read & written a 2007 BMW 323i 2500 24v N52B25, ECU: siemens msv80. good






















All versions i have work good. Items at obd2tool.com with relief.

Add thanks if i help you.

Obdstar X300 DP Review (Success & Failures)

There seems to be no post about OBDSTAR X300 DP tablet key programmer, how does it work?

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OBDSTAR X300 DP-review-2

Reply:

1.with the amount of different tablets obdstar and xtool are releasing I wouldn’t buy any of them.

2.This one looks very good though, i know what you are saying, but on my x100 pro, my first 3 jobs paid for it!, not much alternative. because the tool works good
Ps. the way that i look at it the tool worth one A100 module!

3.I got the basic configuration of X300 DP, then I upgraded to the full version, update for $199
X300 DP Standard package support Immobilizer+ Odometer Adjustment+ EEPROM/PIC Adapter+ OBDII;
while full package support Immobilizer+ Odometer Adjustment+ EEPROM/PIC Adapter+ OBDII+ ABS+ TPS+ SRS Reset+ TPMS(low tire)Reset+ Steering Angle Reset+ CVT Learning/Value Reset+ EPB+ Oil/Service Reset+ Battery Matching+ Diagnosis(Japanese and Korean serials)
( i believe its oil reset and some diagnostics that’s missing from standard, keys, immo and mileage is same)

4.by all accounts its the dogs doodahs on anything Honda including rematching ecu after flat battery, and as it includes all the green units F100 to F109 it seems to have a lot of token free coverage including it claims Toyota G and H reset, if just 70% of the claimed coverage works then its a lot of programmer for the money and paid for and in profit after half a dozen jobs.its one of those units that may or may not be top draw but is easy to get payback on

5.I am going to buy it in a few weeks time, at the Mechanex show in Dubai, hopefully cheaper, and a good chance to talk to the supplier. will post when I have it. I don’t know about H and G type, but I have used X100 pro on Honda Crv, pcm matching, after flat battery, the annoying thing is only accepting 15/16 digit Vin(cant remember), not 17 digit, but it worked. Although I bought my x100 pro 2 years ago, I can still update mine, strange!

6.they have released a green unit for Toyota G and H chip resetting, they claim that this as well as all the green units are on the OBDSTAR Scanner x300 dp, what works and what does not will at some point be another thread i imagine as is the norm.
those i’ve spoke to that have it are very happy with it, has its fails but successes too.
when i look at the new truecode Ford ftc4 and PSA pin reading release it has same coverage exactly as last update on the x300 dp and green units, though i’d trust chris more than a chinese tool as he at leasts tests his releases prior to release, and isn’t greedy.

7.i have the g-scan tab, great addition to the arsenal.
I’ve ordered an OBDSTAR x300 dp, mainly for Honda token free and for the f100 to f109 units coverage, i spoke to them at length on it before ordering, i made it clear i was looking at buying either all 9 green units or the x300 dp, or id buy the x300 dp and any green units not covered on it, they assured me id be wasting my money buying both as all green units included on x300 dp from OBD2TOOL, so i’ve ordered one which will be here later in week.
i have it in writing that key master dp includes all functions on green units, so we will see, if the case the cost of this unit will have paid back in 5 days once i receive it as have some nice jobs booked in that it can be tried on, if it works its paid back straight away.

8.the green stand alone units, F100, F101, F102,F103, F104, F105, F106, F107, F108, F109.
a lot rave over the ford/mazda unit, nissan unit, suzuki unit and psa unit. just released toyota g and h unit as well as others
i got g-scan tab from hickleys, blinding kit, gonna get some use this one

9.It’s excellent on Honda, including rematching ecu and immo after flat battery, paid for itself on these alone, i’ve done odd new model Fords that other kit has struggled with, Honda its excellent, late Ford its good, been reliable on Hyundai and Kia though i use Gscan on these now, Mazda its very good on. its bailed me out when mainstream units have failed. it has its issues but has paid its way many times over for me.

10.I can reset G-key with Obdstar, not H-key.
Programming H-key in Virgin box works fine.
For smart H reset, i use Tango.
These are European types

11.Toyota Prado 2008 add spare key ok, had to reset immo.

12.Ford Mondeo 2005 add key: failed, erase key: failed
(Ford Mazda before 2008, best is T300.
All new programmer have bad support for older car)

CGDI BMW FEM BDC key learn in the dismantling method

CGDI Prog BMW MSV80 Car Key Programmer is in the dismantling method instead of OBD method. Then you have to know the FEM/BDC system location, 95128 IC location, 95256 IC location and Key learning position, read the detail in the below parts.

1.BMW FEM/ BDC installation location.

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2.95128 IC location

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3.95256 IC location

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4.Key learning position

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That’s all.

User manual for CGDI MB on W166 all keys lost

Mercedes Benz W166 all keys lost and program new keys, CGDI Prog BMW MSV80 is good choice, here share user manual with pictures. Following OBD2TOOL share you the User manual for CGDI MB on W166 all keys lost.

Guide:

Select Lock(EIS)

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Click on “Read EIS data” then “Computer password”

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Click on “Copy key without key” then “Collect Data”.
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Prepare to collect data, please wait…

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Please insert the simulation key into the lock in 30 seconds.

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CGDI MB programmer is collecting data.

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Data acquisition succeed, save it by default.

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Click on “Upload data” then open the data you saved.

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Upload data successfully.

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Click on “Query password”

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Wait for 2 minutes, query password succeed.

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Click on “Lock (EIS)” then Auto Key Programmer CGDI MB display password, copy it.

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Click on “Paste password”

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To be updated……

LAUNCH Creader CRP123 Premium Diagnostic Scanner Transmission Airbag EPB

CRP123 Premium-1-1

FEATURES & BENEFITS

1.Reads & Clears codes on Engine,Transmission(A/T),ABS,Airbag(SRS) system

2.Support for all 10 test modes of OBDII

3.Auto module search

4.Enhanced OBDII Mode 6

5.Supports vehicles1996 & newer ( OBDII & CAN)

6.Retrieves generic P0,P2,P3 & U0 codes ,along with manufacturer specific P1,P3 & U1 codes- both permanent & pending

7.Read & Clear Check Engine Lights

8.Turn off MIL & reset monitors

9.Displays DTC definitions right on the screen

10.View freeze frame data & I/M Readiness monitor status

11.Display live PCM data stream & O2 Sensor test Data

12.Graph ,record ,& replay data in full color

13.3.5″ TFT color display

14.Code cause / solutions tips guide users to the root cause of trouble codes faster ,saving diagnosis and repair time

15.Rerieves vehicle information ( VIN,CIN and CVN)

16.Multilingual menua wiht DTC definitions in English,Spanish & French

17.Internet updateable & upgradeable

18 Print data via PC

Please note :

*All Launch tools must be registered and updated immediately upon purchase to be guaranteed all of the above latest functionality

There are also some videos on Youtube you can take as a reference , if you dont’ know how to do it ,please contact us,
we will offer professional technical support .

Vehicle Coverage

Asia Car Models:

Suzuki, Honda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota, Mazda, Hyundai, Kia, Subaru, Infiniti, Lexus, Accura, Isuzu.JPISUZU
AUSTFORD
HOLDEN

USA Car Models:

USA Ford, GM, Chrysler.

European Car Models:

Mercedes Benz, BMW, VW, Opel, Volvo, Fiat, Landrover, Seat, Skoda, Audi, Porsche, Saab, Jaguar.SMART(SMART) SPRINTER

CRP123 Premium-2-1

Specification

· Screen:3.5”, 320*480 TFT LCD true color display

· Input voltage:9-18V

· Connection:standard 16 PIN OBD diagnostic interface

· Working temperature:0-50°C

· Storage ambient temperature:-20 to 70°C

· Dimension:136*73*22(mm)

· Weight:<750g

Packing list

1pc x Launch Car Creader CRP123

1pc x OBDII cable

1pc x USB Cable

1pc x USB Sticker

1pc x User Manual

1pc x Carrying paper box

Launch Tech Creader Professional CRP123 Advice

I just love LAUNCH Creader CRP123 Premium in particular, and loved writing this review about it’s powerful features. During my research, I couldn’t find even a single dissatisfied customer with negative review of any kind.

All those who bought it, eventually, fell in love with the Launch Tech crp123 scanner. So I suggest, don’t get overwhelmed with the wide range of devices available in the market. Just save on your pocket with Launch X431 Scan Tool CRP 123 Scanner.

Talking about the “LaunchTech” brand, I must say, they are a reputable brand with a great track record backed up by quality products and a long list of satisfied customers. In case, you have any trouble with your device or the device is not compatible with your vehicle, whatever you want to know or talk about you have an assistant ready to help you.

I must admit from the onset that none of the OBD2 vehicle diagnostics I have encountered had this much aesthetic taste. Looking at the Launch Tech 301050116 ‘CRP123 -Transmission and Engine Code Scanner one admits the amount of effort that must have gone into making it.

How to Turn Off BMW Airbag Light by Launch CRP123

Launch CRP 123 main functions do not only include OBD / EOBD standard protocol diagnosis, but also cover professional diagnostic software for multiple models which can perform comprehensive diagnosis on four main ECU’s (ENG\ABS\SRS\AT) of vehicle.

Launch CRP123 BMW Airbag Light Turn Off

1.Check the light on the panel,the airbag light is on.

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2.Connect Launch CRP123,click diagnose.
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3.Click scan,then choose the car model.

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4.Choose the diagnose model,automatic one or manual select.

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5.Click SRS,read DTC. Then restore the problem,and click clear fault memory.

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6.Finish.The airbag light is turn off.

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