How to Find the Perfect Maxiscan MS309 OBD2 Scanner for Your Car?
Posted Dec 07 2013 3:42am
Maxiscan MS309 OBD2 Scanner is a PC based OBD2 diagnostic tool with full functionality for reading and erasing diagnostic fault codes (DTC). It is a quick and reliable wireless diagnostic tool that has a powerful function of diagnosing all vehicles from 1996 and later OBDII compliant European, US and Asian vehicles and provides its users with an instant access to a single source of accurate, up-to-date OE-direct diagnosis, repair and maintenance information. It is used with a PC or a Pocket PC and Maxiscan’s powerful vehicle diagnostic software, making it the a most flexible and powerful tool for all fleet owners, vehicle shops, road service, vehicle testing, police and armed forces.
- Easily determines the cause of the "Check Engine Light ( MIL)"
- Displays monitor and I/M readiness status (emissions)
- Supports CAN (Controller Area Network) and all other current OBD-II protocols
- Views freeze frame data
- Retrieves vehicle information (VIN, CIN and CVN)
- Identifies pending codes
- Extremely easy to use and highly reliable
Functions of the Maxiscan MS309 OBD2 Scanner
Maxiscan MS309 Scanner is fast, intuitive and user friendly for passenger cars, light and heavy commercial trucks. The CDP Pro supports 16 pole diagnostic socket and is capable of handling all known communication standards for vehicle diagnostics. It applies the modern hi-tech central gateway system of the modern cars and comes in with a multilingual menu and DTC definitions which is translated into several languages including English, German, French, and Spanish etc. It offers a deep OBD2 generic (B0, P0, U0, C0, P2, P3) and manufacturer specific (BI, B2, C1, C2, P1, P2 and U1) coverage codes of a good number of European, US and Asian cars
Other functions of the Maxiscan MS309 Code Scanner Reader include reading out and erasing trouble codes, coding, programming and reading real-time data of the actuator and sensor, display current sensor data, including: RPM, Vehicle Speed, Fuel Consumption, Fuel Pressure, Engine Coolant Temperature, EVAP System Vapour Pressure, Calculated Engine Load Value, Air Intake Temperature, Throttle Position, Intake Manifold Pressure, Timing Advance, Barometric Pressure, Mass Air Flow, Fuel Level, Long Term Fuel Trim, and Short Term Fuel Trim.
Prior to using the diagnostic tool, ensure that you check its compatibility with your version of Windows before purchase. Due to the vehicle specific protocols used coupled with the difference between the models and years of the cars, contacting your dealers is of necessity prior to purchasing with the year, model and fuel type of your car along with all that you want to able to exactly do. This is necessary because your vehicle might not support all the above parameters and the number of parameters you can get while using the Maxiscan MS309 OBD2 Scanner may depend on the manufacturer’s implementation.