Review on Foxwell NT500 VAG scan tool

Review on Foxwell NT500 VAG scan tool

Foxwell VAG NT500 Owner:cpaugh

I just received mine today. Seems very comprehensive

I connected it up for a bit. It runs off power from the diagnostic port but is able to power up with the key off. At that point you can navigate through model selection.

I really don’t know how it would compare to a PC based version, but for $199 I’m very happy.

I was able to scan my airbag codes and figure out my problem. You can save scan info to the provided SD card. I was able to then search the Web for some further explanation and some DIY help.

In short, it appears to do what it says quite well.

Foxwell NT500 VAG

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