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CAN/OBD-II Code Scanner For 1996-Up Vehicles


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INNOVA 3150 CAN/OBD-II Code Scanner For 1996-Up Vehicles $216.99
CAN/OBD-II Code Scanner
  • For 1996-Up Vehicles
  • Displays 25 parameters at once without need to scroll
  • Diagnoses ABS codes

  • INNOVA 3150 Details

    CAN/OBD-II Diagnostic Tools

  • Reads "Check Engine" light warnings on all 1996 and newer cars, light trucks, SUVs and minivans (Domestic and Import)
  • Communicates with CAN (Controller Area Network)
  • Diagnoses ABS codes on most 1996 and newer GM, Ford, and Chrysler vehicles
  • Unique patented all-in-one screen display which allows for simultaneous viewing of 25 data points without changing menus
  • Displays freeze frame data
  • Automatically refreshes updates data every 30 seconds when connected to the vehicle
  • Can be flash updated with a standard Windows PC
  • Comes with access to additional online vehicle diagnostics through CanOBD2.com's RepairSolutions program

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    Innova Diagnostic Tools (CAN = Controller Area Network, OBD = Onboard Diagnostics)
    One of the most exciting improvements in the automotive industry was onboard diagnostics (OBD) or, simply, the computer that activates a vehicle's "CHECK ENGINE" light. OBD-I monitored manufacturer systems on vehicles built from 1981 to 1995. Then came OBD-II, which is on all 1996 and newer vehicles sold in the United States. Like its predecessor, OBD-II was adopted as part of a government mandate to reduce vehicle emissions. But what makes OBD-II unique is its universality for all late model cars and trucks, domestic and import. This sophisticated program in the main computer detects vehicle system failure and can be accessed through the OBD-II port (usually under the dash). When a problem is found, OBD engages the "CHECK ENGINE" light and saves a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) to locate the problem. A code reader is a diagnostic tool required to retrieve these codes, thus providing a starting point for repairs.

    Step 1. Plug it in
    Step 2. Push link
    Step 3. See it all

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