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AutelTech UAV debut in 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show Autel subsidiary ——Autel Intelligent Aviation Technology Co., Ltd. is shown the three […]VXDIAG VCX NANO and Forscan Test on Sport Trac Mountaineer
VXDIAG VCX NANO and Forscan Test on Sport Trac Mountaineer I want just Shared my repairing experience of 2002 Sport Trac with 1998 Mountaineer drivetrain, with VXDIAG VCX NANO Ford and ELS27 FORScan scanner. Haven’t been able to get any past v86 to work when installed on a laptop running XP. I tried installing v81 then v91 then v97 but that didn’t work, not even for 3 days. Nor did changing the time, date and time zone. I was able to set the tire size and some other things, including reading DTCs that require communication with the PCM. But when attempting to program the latest calibration to the PCM or do the ABS Service Bleed, there’s suddenly a “PCM Communication Failure”. It also fails to do the KOEO and KOER tests, claiming it cannot sense when the brake pedal is depressed. All bogus, false errors. I get the same “communications failure” on a completely stock 1998 Mountaineer as I do on my 2002 Sport Trac with 1998 Mountaineer drivetrain. FORscan scan tool can do the KOEO and KOER tests and the ABS module self test with this VCX NANO device, but it does not yet support the ABS bleed function. FORscan can also clear KAM from the PCM, which IDS v86 fails to do with the VXDIAG VCX NANO, again that “communications failure” with the PCM. FORscan can also do the other tests that involve running the windows, wipers, locks and windshield washer. […]2015 New Course: Computer Engine Data
Now-a-days anyone can enter a parts supply store, purchase a low-grade scan tool and scan the global side of their OBDII for trouble codes. But as automotive technicians, we understand that the depth our scan tools much reach far outweigh that of a bargain scanner. In this new course, Computer Engine Data, Ron Biyeu takes you through the ins and outs of reading and understanding computer engine data and how to apply that data to real world diagnostics. This course examines various monitoring systems individually to help you achieve a detailed understanding of what that system is reporting. It is also important to view these systems from a distance to make data comparisons in order to get to the most logical conclusion in the diagnostic process. Ron Bilyeu utilizes the Autel Maxisys to read all the data in the course. Topics Covered: Scan Tool Routine Fuel System Monitor Ignition Monitor Oxygen Sensor Monitor EGR Monitor EVAP System Monitor Catalyst Efficiency Positive & Negative Fuel Trims 5 Case Studies Author: diagnosticnews Relation Auto scanner Product […]Does the Maxisys MS905 Program New IMMOBILIZER on Chevy HHR ?
Does the Maxisys MS905 Program New IMMOBILIZER on Chevy HHR ? Owner Question: Hello we got a 2008 Chevy hhr towed in someone tried to steal the car and ripped the ignition switch and housing and immobilizer apart. We got a used steering column from the junk yard. I installed the new column. Did the 10 minute relearn now the car cranks and starts but won’t run. Does the new immobilizer have to be programmed to the body computer and the ECM. does the Autel MaxiSys Mini MS905 read and send the new fuel pass word to the BCM or ECM? Tech […]