Car OBD2 Scanner Auto Check Diagnostic Tool for All OBD II Protocol Cars Since 1996 !

Dear friends!
V519 Supported languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese
Product function:
1. scan and clear the engine fault code, and display their meaning (the database has more than 3000 general code definitions),find out the problem and solve it. Save money and time.
2. Clear the error code and turn off the MIL (“Check Engine” indicator light)
3. Display current engine data
Contains: engine revolutions per minute (RPM)
Calculated load value
Coolant temperature
Fuel system status
Absolute position of vehicle speed throttle
Oxygen detection voltage associated with short-term fuel state
Fuel system status
Fuel pressure
There are many other data for fuel consumption monitoring…
Data chart display and logging
view freeze frame data.
Continuous and discontinuous oxygen detection results
4. Applicable to most cars based in the United States in 1996, EU and Asia in 2000, and newer OBD II and CAN household or imported cars.
5. Easily determine the reason for checking the engine indicator. I/M monitor is ready to test, turn off MIL (check engine light) and view freeze frame data.
IKiKin factory supports customized V519
Product Features:
This OBDII / EOBD decoder is specially applied to all the vehicles that accorded with OBD II
standard, including the vehicles for preparing the next generation of protocols – controlling the area
network (have the capacity). All the vehicles selling in USA as required by United States
Environmental Protection Agency and 1996 newer (automobile) light trucks must be accorded with
OBD II standard. Including all the domestic, Asian and European vehicles.
A small amount of 1994 and 1995 petrol vehicles are accorded with OBD II standard. If need to
verify if 1994 or 1995 vehicles are accorded with OBD II standard, please check the vehicle
emission control information (VECI) label, most vehicles are stuck this label under the engine jacket
or near the radiator. If the vehicle is accorded with OBD II standard, and then its label is marked with
“OBD II certification”. In addition, the government laws and regulations require all the vehicles that
are accorded with OBD II standard must have “General” 16 pin data link connector (DLC).
If your vehicle is accorded with OBD II standard, there must a 16 pin DLC (data link connector)
below the instrument panel, and a vehicle emission control information label states the vehicle is
accorded with OBD II standard.
1. Read error and Clear diagnostic code—general and factory specified and display their meaning
2. Easily determines the cause of the check engine light
3. View freeze frame Information
4. Displays I/M readiness Status
5. Retrieves vehicle information
6. Data stream
7. Real time curve
8. Retrieves car speed information
9. DTC one click query




Post time: Apr-23-2024