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4B, Aro Omoba Off Medical Road 'Behind Access Bank', Ikeja,Lagos, Nigeria.
The MaxiScan®MS509 OBD II/EOBD Scanner supports all nine OBD II test modes on all OBD II compliant vehicles to enable technicians to accurately diagnose complex problems. This ergonomic scan tool, though sophisticated yet easy-to-use, makes your vehicle service experience much more pleasant!
MaxiScan MS509 Features
· Work on all 1996 and later OBD II compliant US, European and Asian vehicles
· Easily determine the cause of the Check Engine Light ( MIL)
· Retrieve generic (P0, P2, P3, and U0), manufacturer specific(P1, P3, and U1) codes and pending codes
· Turn off Check Engine Light (MIL), clear codes and reset monitors
· View freeze frame data
· Display monitor and I/M readiness status (emissions)
· Read live PCM datastream
· Display live O2 sensor test data
· Graph data (1996 and newer)
· Read, store & playback live sensor data
· Memory/battery backup for off-vehicle data review and analysis
· Multilingual menu and DTC definitions- English, Spanish, French and German, etc
· Perform modules present test
· Retrieve vehicle information (VIN, CIN and CVN)
· Support CAN (Controller Area Network) and all other current OBD II protocols
· Software upgradeable via optional upgrade kit
· Print data via PC
MaxiScan MS509 Contents:
· MaxiScan® MS509 Tool
· User’s Manual
· 6-foot OBD II cable
· CD software
· USB cable
· 9V cell battery
· Nylon carry case
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