CAN OBD SCAN with Oxygen Sensor Test
- New CAN OBDII Scanner resets the check engine lights, reads and clears all generic, and some manufacturer specific DTCS, views live data, does Oxygen sensor test...
Wider coverage: works with CAN-equipped vehicles
Suitable for almost all EOBD/OBD-II Complaint cars after year 1996 to the current year.
Displays the DTC definitions on screen
Supports CAN bus, J‐1850 VPW, J‐1850 PWM,ISO‐9141, KWP 2000 protocols
Reads and Clears all Generic OBDII / EOBD and some Manufacturers specific DTCs
Resets ‘Check Engine’ light
Views ‘Freeze Frame’ data
Determines the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) status
I/M Monitor and Readiness Status
Retrieves the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
Displays ‘Live ‘ data streams
Oxygen (O2) Sensor Test
This Scan tool is designed for all OBDII / EOBD compliant cars. With over 12,000 DTCs (fault codes) found in its data base, it covers all generic OBDII / EOBD codes such as Powertrain (P0,P2 and P34xx), Body (B0), Chassis (C0) and Network (U0) as well as some Manufacturers specific codes (P1,P30xx and U1).
The car owner as well as technicians can use this tool to diagnose the engine problem when the ‘Check Engine Light’ illuminates on the dashboard meter. It retrieves the Error Codes (DTC) and Freeze Frame Data from the vehicle computer (PCM) and displays them on the LCD screen with DTC definitions.The displayed ‘LIVE DATA’ readings are very useful for technicians as it saves time when diagnosing the problem. Besides Vehicle Information (VIN), IM Readiness Monitor status, MIL status, it also tests Oxygen Sensors. Once you have the diagnostic information from the PCM, this is the first step in
finding and fixing the problem.
Please take note of these important points:
1. Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) warns us of a problem or symptom has occurred with a particular engine system, not a specific part.
2. The vehicle computer can only report Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) based on what its sensors had relayed to it.
3. There are some instances that sensors appeared to be bad when in actual fact,they are not.
The main causes were:
- Poor connections at the connector, broken wire or short circuit may prevent the sensor signal from reaching the vehicle computer.
- Failure of one system may affect the sensor in another system to give false results.
4.It is recommended that use of the vehicle service manual to assist in the diagnosing process is important.
The next step in the diagnostic process is to test the systems and parts which were suspected to be defective.
Once the faults had been identified and repaired, you can use the tool to CLEAR the fault codes (DTCs) from the PCM memory. This will turn off the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) or Check Engine Light.
LCD Display: Blue back light, 128 x 64 pixels (FSTN) with contrast adjustment.
Operating temperature: -20°C ~ 50°C (-4°F ~ 122°F)
Input Voltage: DC 9.0 ~ 15.0 V (through OBDII connector)
Supported Protocols: (SAE) J-1850 PWM
(SAE) J-1850 VPW
KWP 2000 (ISO-14230)
CAN bus (ISO-15765-4)
1pc x CAN OBDII SCANNER