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Shenzhen Cartrend Technology Co, Ltd
मॉडल नं.: CT0018
OBD2 Automotive Scanner EOBDII Car Diagnostic Tool Color Screen Auto Code Reader Universal Vehicle Scan Tool
Entry level for DIYers, workshop users, etc
Easy to carry. Easy to use.
Supported OBDII protocols:
1. ISO15765-4 (CAN)
2. ISO14230-4 (KWP2000)
4. J1850 VPW
5. J1850 PWM
Support Car Makers:
European cars: Works on cars since 2000 to now
American Cars: Works on cars since 1996 to now
Asian Cars: Works on cars since 2003 to now
Chinese Cars: Works on cars after 2008 with standard OBD2 protocols
Read Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)
View real-time vehicle operation data (Data stream)
View Freeze Frame data
View I / M readiness
Read O2 sensor data
Read On-Board Monitor Test
View the vehicle's information
Unit of Measure
Reset engine MIL.
Screen: 128 * 64, wide visible area and high contrast
Input voltage: 9-18V
Connection: standard OBDII-16pin port
Working temperature: -10-50°C
Storage temperature: -15-40°C
OBDII Code Reader with integrated OBDII-16pin cable x 1
User Manual x1
How do I know whether my car is OBDII compliant?
**Please Note: OBD-II compatibility is not related to where the vehicle is manufactured where your vehicle was bought when new. To read the chart below, choose the country where your vehicle was sold new. If you do not see the country below, check your vehicle manual, research online, or consult with your dealership to confirm OBD-II compatibility.
**Please Note: Hybrid and Electric vehicles are low or zero emission vehicles, our scan tools may not work. Check your vehicle manual, research online, or consult with your dealership.
You can also look under the hood and try to locate a label that explicitly states that the vehicle was designed to comply with OBD-II legislation.
Where is the OBDII DLC located?
Why I can`t make the scan tool work on my vehicle?
The most common reasons may as below:
· Blown fuse. If you plug the device into the OBD port and no LEDs turn on, check your fuses. The OBD Port often shares a fuse with the cigarette/auxiliary outlet(s).
· If the scan tool can power up, but fails to connect to the vehicle, it is likely that the vehicle is not OBD-II compliant. Please refer to the above to make sure whether your vehicle is OBDII compliant.
· Corroded pins. On older vehicles, or in climates where metal is quick to oxidize, corrosion on the OBD pins can be an issue. The solution is to plug and unplug the device from the DLC a couple dozen times.
· If you are sure the vehicle is compliant, the scan tool is getting power, and you are unable to connect, please don`t open dispute. Just contact us and we will help you out.