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Autel MAXICHECKPRO Diagnostic Service Tool

September 26, 2013 - Comment

EPB: designed for safe replacement and re-calibration of brake pads on a growing number of vehicles with Electronic Parking Brakes Service Reset: enables the resetting of service lights, service mileage, and service intervals on a range of vehicles SRS/ABS: Designed to troubleshoot ABS and SRS systems for most of the vehicles on the road today

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EPB: designed for safe replacement and re-calibration of brake pads on a growing number of vehicles with Electronic Parking Brakes Service Reset: enables the resetting of service lights, service mileage, and service intervals on a range of vehicles SRS/ABS: Designed to troubleshoot ABS and SRS systems for most of the vehicles on the road today TPMS: Designed to reprogram vehicles that to not have a TPMS relearn facility in the ECU and register or re-register values SAS: Designed to perform zero position calibration for the Steering Angle Sensor in vehicles with Electronic Stability Control

The MaxiCheck® Pro has a combination of all the single application functionalities. The tool enables the technician and garage shops to read and clear warning lights on a variety of systems including EPB, Service Reset; Steering Angle Sensor, ABS, SRS, Climate Control, as well as the newest TPMS systems.

 

Comments

Stephen Ralli says:

Doesn’t Work on ALL cars as advertised Was exremely pleased to find tool that purported to scan and reset Check engine, ABS AND Airbag on ALL cars……no exceptions!!!!! Well it certainly doesn’t even find some of the computers on my car. This tool is a Misleadngly advertised tool – it may deal with generics but not specifics.Web site is all but useless.

lazarimports says:

Definitely not what I expected We have a shop here in Tulsa, and work on 20 cars a day. I first noticed a problem in the unboxing. Came with a CD, but none of the software worked without registration. Can’t register it cause the website doesn’t work right. Downloaded software directly from the website, and it sent me to a page in Japanese (maybe Chinese). Scanned various cars, older and newer, and never found a spot for resetting TPMS or resetting SAS.I’ll change my review if this gets resolved, but otherwise my…

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