Table of Contents - Harbor Freight Tools

Table of Contents - Harbor Freight Tools
Table of Contents
1. Safety Precautions and Warnings…………….......................1
2. General Information
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
On-Board-Diagnostics (OBD) II…………………….....……..2
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) ……………………...……2
Location of the Data Link Connector (DLC) …………………3
OBD II Readiness Monitors……………………………..……4
OBD II Monitor Readiness Status…………………...……..…5
OBD II Definitions……………………………………………6
3. Product Information
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
Tool Description…………………...….…………...…………8
Product Specifications………………………......……………9
Accessories Included ……………………………..…………10
Navigation Characters…………..……………………………10
Keyboard……………………………………………..………10
Power………………………………………………..……..…10
Product Setup…………………………………………………11
Battery Replacement…………………………………...….…16
Vehicle Coverage………………………………………….…16
4. Operating Instructions
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
Reading Codes……………………………………….………17
Erasing Codes …………………………………….…………19
Reading Freeze Frame Data……………………………….…20
Retrieving I/M Readiness Status…………………….…….…21
Viewing Vehicle Information………………….……….….…23
Saving Scan Results……………………………………….…24
Rescanning Data……………………………………….….….26
Reviewing Data……………………………………….…..….26
5. Warranty and Service…………………………………..….….28
1. Safety Precautions and Warnings
To prevent personal injury or damage to vehicles and/or the scan
tool, read this instruction manual first and observe the following
safety precautions at a minimum whenever working on a vehicle:
z Always perform automotive testing in a safe environment.
z Wear safety eye protection that meets ANSI standards.
z Keep clothing, hair, hands, tools, test equipment, etc, away from
all moving or hot engine parts.
z Operate the vehicle in a well-ventilated work area; Exhaust gases
are poisonous.
z Put blocks on drive wheels and never leave vehicle unattended
while running tests.
z Use extreme caution when working around the ignition coil,
distributor cap, ignition wires and spark plugs. These components
create hazardous voltages when the engine is running.
z Put transmission in PARK (for automatic transmission) or
NEUTRAL (for manual transmission) and make sure the parking
brake is engaged.
z Keep a fire extinguisher suitable for gasoline/chemical/ electrical
fires nearby.
z Don’t connect or disconnect any test equipment with ignition on
or engine running.
z Keep the scan tool dry, clean and free from oil, water and grease.
Use a mild detergent on a clean cloth to clean the outside of the
scan tool, when necessary.
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2. General Information
2.1 On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) II
The first generation of On-Board Diagnostics (called OBD I) was
developed by the California Air Resources Board (ARB) and
implemented in 1988 to monitor some of the emission control
components on vehicles. As technology evolved and the desire to
improve the On-Board Diagnostic system increased, a new generation
of On-Board Diagnostic system was developed. This second
generation of On-Board Diagnostic regulations is called "OBD II".
The OBD II system is designed to monitor emission control systems
and key engine components by performing either continuous or
periodic tests of specific components and vehicle conditions. When a
problem is detected, the OBD II system turns on a warning lamp (MIL)
on the vehicle instrument panel to alert the driver typically by the
phrase of “Check Engine” or “Service Engine Soon”. The system will
also store important information about the detected malfunction so that
a technician can accurately find and fix the problem. Here below
follow three pieces of such valuable information:
1) Whether the Malfunction
commanded 'on' or 'off';
Indicator
Light
(MIL)
is
2) Which, if any, Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) are stored;
3) Readiness Monitor status.
2.2 Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs)
OBD II Diagnostic Trouble Codes are codes that are stored by the
on-board computer diagnostic system in response to a problem found
in the vehicle. These codes identify a particular problem area and are
intended to provide you with a guide as to where a fault might be
occurring within a vehicle. OBD II Diagnostic Trouble Codes consist
of a five-digit alphanumeric code. The first character, a letter, identifies
which control system sets the code. The other four characters, all
numbers, provide additional information on where the DTC originated
and the operating conditions that caused it to set. Here below is an
example to illustrate the structure of the digits:
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DTC Example
P0202
Systems
B=Body
C=Chassis
P=Powertrain
U=Network
Identifying specific
malfunctioning
section
of
the
systems
Code Type
Generic (SAE):
P0, P2, P34-P39
B0, B3
C0, C3
U0, U3.
Manufacturer Specific:
P1, P30-p33
B1, B2
C1, C2
U1, U2
Sub-systems
1= Fuel and Air Metering
2= Fuel and Air Metering
3= Ignition System or Engine Misfire
4= Auxiliary Emission Controls
5= Vehicle Speed Control and Idle
Controls
6= Computer Output Circuits
7= Transmission Controls
8= Transmission Controls
2.3 Location of the Data Link Connector (DLC)
The DLC (Data Link Connector or Diagnostic Link Connector) is the
standardized 16-cavity connector where diagnostic scan tools interface
with the vehicle's on-board computer. The DLC is usually located 12
inches from the center of the instrument panel (dash), under or around
the driver’s side for most vehicles. If Data Link Connector is not
located under dashboard, a label should be there telling location. For
some Asian and European vehicles, the DLC is located behind the
ashtray and the ashtray must be removed to access the connector. If the
DLC cannot be found, refer to the vehicle’s service manual for the
location.
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2.4 OBD II Readiness Monitors
An important part of a vehicle’s OBD II system is the Readiness
Monitors, which are indicators used to find out if all of the emissions
components have been evaluated by the OBD II system. They are
running periodic tests on specific systems and components to ensure
that they are performing within allowable limits.
Currently, there are eleven OBD II Readiness Monitors (or I/M
Monitors) defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA). Not all monitors are supported by all vehicles and the exact
number of monitors in any vehicle depends on the motor vehicle
manufacturer’s emissions control strategy.
Continuous Monitors -- Some of the vehicle components or systems
are continuously tested by the vehicle’s OBD II system, while others
are tested only under specific vehicle operating conditions. The
continuously monitored components listed below are always ready:
1) Misfire
2) Fuel System
3) Comprehensive Components (CCM)
Once the vehicle is running, the OBD II system is continuously
checking the above components, monitoring key engine sensors,
watching for engine misfire, and monitoring fuel demands.
Non-Continuous Monitors -- Unlike the continuous monitors, many
emissions and engine system components require the vehicle to be
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operated under specific conditions before the monitor is ready. These
monitors are termed non-continuous monitors and are listed below:
1) EGR System
2) O2 Sensors
3) Catalyst
4) Evaporative System
5) O2 Sensor Heater
6) Secondary air
7) Heated Catalyst
8) A/C system
2.5 OBD II Monitor Readiness Status
OBD II systems must indicate whether or not the vehicle’s PCM’s
monitor system has completed testing on each component.
Components that have been tested will be reported as “Ready”, or
“Complete”, meaning they have been tested by the OBD II system.
The purpose of recording readiness status is to allow inspectors to
determine if the vehicle’s OBD II system has tested all the components
and/or systems.
The powertrain control module (PCM) sets a monitor to “Ready” or
“Complete” after an appropriate drive cycle has been performed. The
drive cycle that enables a monitor and sets readiness codes to “Ready”
varies for each individual monitor. Once a monitor is set as “Ready” or
“Complete”, it will remain in this state. A number of factors, including
erasing of diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) with a scan tool or a
disconnected battery, can result in Readiness Monitors being set to
“Not Ready”. Since the three continuous monitors are constantly
evaluating, they will be reported as “Ready” all of the time. If testing
of a particular supported non-continuous monitor has not been
completed, the monitor status will be reported as “Not Complete” or
“Not Ready.”
In order for the OBD monitor system to become ready, the vehicle
should be driven under a variety of normal operating conditions. These
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operating conditions may include a mix of highway driving and stop
and go, city type driving, and at least one overnight-off period. For
specific information on getting your vehicle’s OBD monitor system
ready, please consult your vehicle owner’s manual.
2.6 OBD II Definitions
Powertrain Control Module (PCM) -- OBD II terminology for the
on-board computer that controls engine and drive train.
Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) -- Malfunction Indicator Light
(Service Engine Soon, Check Engine) is a term used for the light on the
instrument panel. It is to alert the driver and/or the repair technician
that there is a problem with one or more of vehicle's systems and may
cause emissions to exceed federal standards. If the MIL illuminates
with a steady light, it indicates that a problem has been detected and the
vehicle should be serviced as soon as possible. Under certain
conditions, the dashboard light will blink or flash. This indicates a
severe problem and flashing is intended to discourage vehicle
operation. The vehicle onboard diagnostic system can not turn the MIL
off until the necessary repairs are completed or the condition no longer
exists.
DTC -- Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) that identify which section
of the emission control system has malfunctioned.
Enabling Criteria -- Also termed Enabling Conditions. They are the
vehicle-specific events or conditions that must occur within the engine
before the various monitors will set, or run. Some monitors require
the vehicle to follow a prescribed “drive cycle” routine as part of the
enabling criteria. Drive cycles vary among vehicles and for each
monitor in any particular vehicle.
OBD II Drive Cycle -- A specific mode of vehicle operation that
provides conditions required to set all the readiness monitors
applicable to the vehicle to the “ready” condition. The purpose of
completing an OBD II drive cycle is to force the vehicle to run its
onboard diagnostics. Some form of a drive cycle needs to be performed
after DTCs have been erased from the PCM’s memory or after the
battery has been disconnected. Running through a vehicle’s complete
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drive cycle will “set” the readiness monitors so that future faults can be
detected. Drive cycles vary depending on the vehicle and the monitor
that needs to be reset. For vehicle specific drive cycle, consult the
vehicle’s Owner’s Manual.
Freeze Frame Data -- When an emissions related fault occurs, the
OBD II system not only sets a code but also records a snapshot of the
vehicle operating parameters to help in identifying the problem. This
set of values is referred to as Freeze Frame Data and may include
important engine parameters such as engine RPM, vehicle speed, air
flow, engine load, fuel pressure, fuel trim value, engine coolant
temperature, ignition timing advance, or closed loop status.
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3. Product Information
3.1 Tool Description
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1. LCD DISPLAY -- Indicates test results. Backlit, 128 x 64 pixel
display with contrast adjustment.
2. Y BUTTON -- Confirms a selection (or action) from a menu.
When a DTC’s definition covers more than one screen, it is used to
move down to the next screen for additional data.
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3. N BUTTON -- Cancels a selection (or action) from a menu or
returns to the menu. It is also used to set up the unit when being
pressed and held for at least 3 seconds.
UP SCROLL BUTTON -- Moves up through menu and
4.
submenu items in menu mode. When more than one DTC is
retrieved, moves up through the current screen to the previous
screens for additional DTCs and definitions.
5.
DOWN SCROLL BUTTON -- Moves down through menu
and submenu items in menu mode. When more than one DTC is
retrieved, moves down through the current screen to the next
screens for additional DTCs and definitions.
6. READ BUTTON -- HOT key to retrieve DTCs without going
through the menu mode.
7. ERASE BUTTON -- HOT key to erase DTCs when being
pressed and held for at least 3 seconds without going through the
menu mode.
8. OBD II CONNECTOR -- Connects the scan tool to the vehicle’s
Data Link Connector (DLC).
9. POWER BUTTON -- Turns power ON or OFF.
10. SERIAL NUMBER PLATE -- Provides serial number of the
scan tool.
11. BATTERY COMPARTMENT -- Provides power to scan tool
for off-vehicle reviewing or when upgrading from a PC.
3.2 Specifications
1) Display: Backlit, 128 x 64 pixel display with contrast adjustment
2) Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C (-32 to 122 F°)
3) Storage Temperature: -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158 F°)
4) External Power: 8.0 to 15.0 Volts provided via vehicle battery
5) Internal Power: 9V Cell battery
6) Dimensions:
Length
196 mm (7.80”)
Width
90 mm (3.51”)
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Height
34 mm (1.35”)
7) NW: 0.70kg (1.54lb), GW: 1.0kg(2.20lb)
3.3 Accessories Included
1) User’s Manual -- Instructions on tool operations
2) CD -- Includes user’s manual and DTC definitions library
3) OBD2 cable -- Provides power to tool and communicates between
tool and vehicle
4) Serial Cable -- Used to upgrade the scan tool
5) Carry Case -- A nylon case to store the scan tool when not in use
6) Cell Battery -- Supplies power to the scan tool when
disconnected from vehicle DLC
3.4 Navigation Characters
Characters used to help navigate the scan tool are:
1) “►” -- Indicates current selection.
2) “↓” -- A flashing Down Arrow indicates additional information is
available on the next screen.
3) “↑” -- A flashing UP Arrow indicates additional information is
available on the previous screen.
4) “Pd” -- Identifying a Pending DTC when viewing DTCs.
3.5 Keyboard
No solvents such as alcohol are allowed to clean the keypad or display.
Use a mild nonabrasive detergent and a soft cotton cloth. Do not soak
the keypad as the keypad is not waterproof.
3.6 Power
A. Internal Battery Power
The scan tool has a 9V cell battery that provides power for tool
upgrading and off-car reviewing and analysis. Press the power key to
turn on the scan tool. And the voltage of the batteries is checked each
time the scan tool is powered up. If the voltage is low, a message
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“Battery is low!” shows on the screen. Replace the battery as per
instructions in “Battery Replacement” on paragraph 3.8.
z If the scan tool is stored for a long period of time, remove
batteries to prevent battery leakage from damaging battery
compartment.
B. Vehicle Power
The external power of the scan tool is provided via the vehicle Data
Link Connector (DLC). Just follow the steps below to turn on the scan
tool:
1) Connect the OBD II Cable to scan tool.
2) Find DLC on vehicle.
z A plastic DLC cover may be found for some vehicles and you
need to remove it before plugging the OBD2 cable.
3) Plug OBD II Cable to the vehicle’s DLC.
3.7 Product Setup
The scan tool allows you to make the following adjustments and
settings:
1) Contrast adjustment: Adjusts the contrast of the LCD display.
2) Unit of measure: Sets the Unit of Measure to English or Metric.
3)
Tool self-test: Tests the LCD display and the keyboard.
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The settings of the unit will remain until change to the existing
settings is made.
To enter the setup menu mode
1) From the keyboard: Press and hold the N button for at least 3
seconds until System Setup menu shows up. Follow the
instructions to make adjustments and settings as described in the
following setup options.
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System Setup:
►1) Contrast
2) Unit of Measure
3) Tool Self-test
2) From the Vehicle Diagnosis menu: Use the UP/DOWN Scroll
Buttons to select System Setup and then press the Y button.
Follow the instructions to make adjustments and settings as
described in the following setup options.
Vehicle Diagnosis:
↑
7) Rescan Data
8) Review Data
►9) System Setup
Contrast Adjustment
1) From the System Setup menu, use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons
to select Contrast, and press the Y button.
System Setup:
►1) Contrast
2) Unit of Measure
3) Tool Self-test
2) From the Contrast menu, use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to
decrease or increase the contrast.
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Contrast
Contrast (45%)
Use
or
to change
3) Press the Y button to save your selection and return to previous
menu.
4) Press the N button to return to Vehicle Diagnosis menu.
Unit of Measurement
1) From the System Setup menu, use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons
to select Unit of Measure and press the Y button.
System Setup:
1) Contrast
►2) Unit of Measure
3) Tool Self-test
2) From the Unit of Measure menu, use the UP/DOWN scroll
buttons to select the desired unit of measurement.
Unit of Measure
►1) English (default)
2) Metric
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3) Press the Y button to save your selection and return to previous
menu.
4) Press the N button to return to Vehicle Diagnosis menu.
Tool Self-test
Tool Self-Test checks the display and keyboard.
A. Display test
The Display Test is used to check the LCD display.
1) From the System Setup menu, use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons
to select Tool Self-Test, and press the Y button.
System Setup:
1) Contrast
2) Unit of Measure
►3) Tool Self-test
2) Select Display Test from the Tool Self-Test menu and press the Y
button.
Tool Self-Test
►1) Display Test
2) Keyboard Test
3) Press the Y button again to start test. Look for missing spots in the
solid black characters.
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Display Test
Press [Y] to test.
Look for missing
spots in characters.
Press <N> to return.
4) When completed, press the N button to return.
B. Keyboard Test
The Keyboard Test is used to verify that the keys are
functioning properly.
1) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Keyboard Test from
the Tool Self-Test menu, and then press the Y button.
Tool Self-Test
1) Display Test
►2) Keyboard Test
2) Press any key to start test. When you press a key, the key name
should be observed on the display. If the name does not show up,
then the key is not functioning properly.
Keyboard Test
Press any key to
Start test to
display name.
Key:
Double [N] to Return
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3) Double press [N] to return to the menu.
3.8 Battery Replacement
The scan tool requires a 9V cell battery to operate without vehicle
power. When the batteries need to be replaced, a low-battery warning
message appears.
1) Locate the battery cover on the back of the scan tool.
2) Remove the battery cover screw and slide the battery cover off.
3) Remove discharged batteries and install a new 9V cell battery.
4) Reinstall battery cover by sliding battery cover on and installing
screw.
3.9 Vehicle Coverage
The OBD II scan tool is specially designed to work with all OBD II
compliant vehicles, including those equipped with the next-generation
protocol -- Control Area Network (CAN). It is required by EPA that
all 1996 and newer vehicles (cars and light trucks) sold in the United
States must be OBD II compliant and this includes all Domestic, Asian
and European vehicles.
A small number of 1994 and 1995 model year gasoline vehicles are
OBD II compliant. To verify if a 1994 or 1995 vehicle is OBD II
compliant, check the Vehicle Emissions Control Information (VECI)
Label which is located under the hood or by the radiator of most
vehicles. If the vehicle is OBD II compliant, the label will designate
“OBD II Certified”. Additionally, Government regulations mandate
that all OBD II compliant vehicles must have a “common”
sixteen-pin Data Link Connector (DLC).
For your vehicle to be OBD II compliant it must have a 16-pin DLC
(Data Link Connector) under the dash and the Vehicle Emission
Control Information Label must state that the vehicle is OBD II
compliant.
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4. Operating Instructions
4.1 Reading Codes
CAUTION: Don’t connect or disconnect any test equipment with
ignition on or engine running.
‹ HOT KEY: Pressing the READ button will allow you to
quickly retrieve and read the DTCs without going through
the menu mode.
1) Turn the ignition off.
2) Locate the vehicle’s 16-pin Data Link Connector (DLC).
3) Plug into the scan tool cable connector to the vehicle’s DLC.
4) Turn the ignition on. But do not start the engine.
5) Turn the scan tool’s power on.
6) Press the Y button. A sequence of messages showing the OBD2
protocols will be observed on the display until the vehicle
protocol is detected.
z If the scan tool fails to communicate with the vehicle’s
ECU (Engine Control Unit), a “LINKING ERROR!”
message shows up on the display.
9 Verify that the ignition is ON;
9 Check if the scan tool’s OBD II connector is securely
connected to the vehicle’s DLC;
9 Verify that the vehicle is OBD2 compliant;
9 Turn the ignition off and wait for about 10 seconds. Turn the
ignition back to on and repeat the procedure from step 6.
z If the “LINKING ERROR” message does not go away,
then there might be problems for the scan tool to
communicate with the vehicle. Contact your local
distributor or the manufacturer’s customer service
department for assistance.
7) After a test result summary is displayed (MIL status, DTC counts,
I/M Status and Freeze Frame Data), press any key for the Vehicle
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Diagnosis menu to come up.
8) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Trouble Codes from
the menu and press the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
↓
►1) Trouble Codes
2) Erase Codes
3) Freeze Frame
4) I/M Status
5) Vehicle Infor.
6) Save Scan Results
z If there are no Diagnostic Trouble Codes present, the display will
indicate “NO CODES ARE FOUND!”
z If there are any Diagnostic Trouble Codes present, a brief
overview with the total count of the Trouble Codes, followed by
that of the Fault Codes and Pending Codes will be reported on
the display.
Trouble Codes
Codes Total:
Fault Codes:
Pend Codes:
06
04
02
Press [Y] to select
vehicle manufacturer
9) If the retrieved DTCs do not contain any manufacturer specific
codes (all generic), view the DTCs by pressing the Y button.
●
The DTC number and its definition will show on the LCD
display.
●
The sequence of the DTC currently being observed, the total
number of codes detected and type of code (Generic or
Manufacturer specific) will be observed on the upper right hand
corner of the display.
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If the code being displayed is a pending code, the Pd icon will be
observed on the upper right hand corner of the display too.
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When a DTC’s definition covers more than one display screen,
use the Y button, as necessary, to view any additional
information.
10) If the retrieved DTCs contain any manufacturer specific or
enhanced codes, you will be prompted to select the vehicle
manufacturer to view the DTC definitions. Use the UP/DOWN
scroll buttons to select the right manufacturer and then press the
Y Button to view the DTC definitions.
z If the manufacturer for your vehicle is not listed, use the
UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Other and press the Y
button.
z If the DTC definition is not available (mostly for manufacturer
specific codes), a message will be observed on the display.
11) If more than one DTC is found, use the UP/DOWN scroll
buttons, as necessary, until all the codes have been shown up.
4.2 Erasing Codes
CAUTION: Erasing the Diagnostic Trouble Codes may allow the
scan tool to delete not only the codes from the vehicle’s on-board
computer, but also “Freeze Frame” data and manufacturer specific
enhanced data. Further, the I/M Readiness Monitor Status for all
vehicle monitors is reset to Not Ready or Not Complete status. Do
not erase the codes before the system has been checked completely
by a technician.
‹ HOT KEY: Pressing and holding the ERASE button for at
least 3 seconds will allow you to quickly erase the DTCs
without going through the menu mode.
1) If you decide to erase the DTCs, use the UP/DOWN scroll
buttons to select Erase Codes from the Vehicle Diagnosis menu
and press the Y button.
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Vehicle Diagnosis
↓
1) Trouble Codes
►2) Erase Codes
3) Freeze Frame
4) I/M Status
5) Vehicle Infor.
6) Save Scan Results
z If the scan tool is not connected or no communication is
established with the vehicle yet, then refer to Reading Codes from
1 to 6 at Paragraph 4.1.
2) A warning message comes up asking for your confirmation.
Erase Codes
Erase Trouble Codes!
Are you sure?
<YES>
NO
3) If you do not want to proceed with erasing the codes, press the N
button to exit. A message of “command cancelled” will show up.
4) If you do wish to proceed to erase the codes, then press the Y
button.
5) If the codes are cleared successfully, an “ERASE DONE!”
confirmation followed by one advisory message prompting for
rescanning will show on the display. Press any button to return to
the Vehicle Diagnosis Menu.
6) If the codes are not cleared, then an “ERASE FAILURE!”
message will appear. Press the N button to return to the Vehicle
Diagnosis menu.
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4.3 Reading Freeze Frame Data
1) To view Freeze Frame Data, use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to
select Freeze Frame from the Vehicle Diagnosis menu and press
the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
↓
1) Trouble Codes
2) Erase Codes
►3) Freeze Frame
4) I/M Status
5) Vehicle Infor.
6) Save Scan Results
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If the scan tool is not connected or no communication is
established with the vehicle yet, then refer to Reading Codes
from 1 to 6 at Paragraph 4.1.
2) If the retrieved information covers more than one screen, then a
flashing down arrow will appear. Use the DOWN scroll button,
as necessary, until all the data have been shown up.
Freeze Frame
↓
Trouble code
Fuel Sys1
Fuel Sys2
U0101
OL, drive conditions
N/A
z If there is no freeze frame data available, an advisory message
shows on the display.
3) Press the N button to return to the Vehicle Diagnosis menu.
4.4 Retrieving I/M Readiness Status
Important: I/M Readiness function is used to check the operations
of the Emission System on OBD2 compliant vehicles. It is an
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excellent function to use prior to having a vehicle inspected for
compliance to a state emissions program.
An I/M Readiness Status result of “NO” does not necessarily
indicate that the vehicle being tested will fail the state I/M
inspection. For some states, one or more such monitors may be
allowed to be “Not Ready” to pass the emissions inspection.
z “Y” -- All monitors supported on the vehicle have completed
their diagnostic testing and the MIL light is not on.
z “N” -- At least one monitor supported on the vehicle has not
completed its diagnostic testing, and (or) the “Check Engine”
(MIL) light is on.
z “ok” -- Indicates that a particular monitor being checked has
completed its diagnostic testing.
z “inc” -- Indicates that a particular monitor being checked has not
completed its diagnostic testing.
z “n/a” -- The monitor is not supported on that vehicle.
1) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select I/M Status from the
Vehicle diagnosis menu and press the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
1) Trouble Codes
2) Erase Codes
3) Freeze Frame
►4) I/M Status
5) Vehicle Infor.
6) Save Scan Results
↓
z If the scan tool is not connected yet, then refer to Reading Codes
from 1 to 6 at Paragraph 4.1.
2) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons, as necessary, to view the status
of the MIL light (“ON” or “OFF) and the following monitors:
z Misfire monitor -- Misfire monitor
z Fuel System Mon -- Fuel System Monitor
z Comp. Component -- Comprehensive Components Monitor
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z
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
EGR -- EGR System Monitor
Oxygen Sens Mon -- O2 Sensors Monitor
Catalyst Mon -- Catalyst Monitor
EVAP System Mon -- Evaporative System Monitor
Oxygen Sens htr --O2 Sensor Heater Monitor
Sec Air System -- Secondary Air Monitor
Htd Catalyst -- Heated Catalyst Monitor
A/C Refrig Mon -- A/C system Monitor
I/M Status
MIL Status
Misfire Monitor
Fuel System Mon
Comp Component
Use
on
ok
ok
ok
↓
to scroll
3) Press the N button to return to the Vehicle Diagnosis Menu.
4.5 Viewing Vehicle Information
The View Vehicle Information function allows you to retrieve the
Vehicle Identification No, CALID and CVN on 2002 and newer
vehicles that support Mode 9.
1) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Vehicle Infor. from
the Vehicle Diagnosis menu and press the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
↓
1) Trouble Codes
2) Erase Codes
3) Freeze Frame
4) I/M Status
►5) Vehicle Infor.
6) Save Scan Results
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z If the scan tool is not connected yet, then refer to Reading Codes
from 1 to 6 at Paragraph 4.1.
z If the vehicle does not support this mode, a message will show
on the display confirming that the mode is not supported.
2) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons, as necessary, to view any
additional information.
3) Press the N button to return to the Vehicle Diagnosis menu.
4.6 Saving Scan Result
This function allows you to store scanning results for off-car review
and analysis. You can store up to 15 scanning events.
1) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Save Scan Result
from the Vehicle Diagnosis menu and press the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
1) Trouble Codes
2) Erase Codes
3) Freeze Frame
4) I/M Status
5) Vehicle Infor.
►6) Save Scan Results
↓
Save Scan Results
Select Vehicle
Manufacturer to
identify records!
Press [Y] to continue
[N] to cancel
z If you do not want to save, simply press the N button to cancel. A
confirmation message of the demand will be observed: “Save
Cancelled!”
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2) Press the Y button to proceed to the next step and use the
UP/DOWN scroll buttons, as necessary, to select the appropriate
vehicle manufacturer.
Vehicle Manufacturer
↓
►1) GM
2) Ford
3) Chrysler
4) Honda
5) Toyota
6) Nissan
z A scanning record will be identified by the selected vehicle
manufacturer and the number of DTCs retrieved. For example:
Ford:01 means that the vehicle scanned is a Ford with one
DTC detected. If the retrieved DTCs contain any manufacturer
specific codes and so a vehicle manufacturer has to be selected
when viewing DTC definitions, then you won’t be prompted to
select a vehicle manufacturer since the record will be identified
by the same manufacturer you selected.
3) After a message confirming the selected vehicle manufacturer,
you will be prompted to select the save space. Use the
UP/DOWN scroll buttons, as necessary, to select the desired
space.
Select Save Space
↓
►1) GM: 05
2) Toyota: 02
3) ---------4) ---------5) ---------6) ----------
z If you want to overwrite a scanning record, a message will ask
for your confirmation. If you want to continue with overwriting,
then select [YES] by pressing the Y button to continue; If not,
select [NO] by pressing the N button.
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4.7 Rescanning Data
The RESCAN function allows you to retrieve the most current data
stored in the ECU or to re-link to the vehicle if communication is
disconnected.
1) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Rescan Data from
the Vehicle Diagnosis menu and press the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
►7) Rescan Data
8) Review Data
9) System Setup
↑
z If the scan tool is not connected yet, then refer to Reading Codes
from 1 to 6 at Paragraph 4.1.
2) After a quick test summary of the rescanning results is shown on
the display, press any key to return to the Vehicle Diagnosis
menu and select the desired function.
4.8 Reviewing Data
This function allows the user to view the stored test results for
off-car analysis.
1) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select Review Data from
the Vehicle Diagnosis menu and press the Y button.
Vehicle Diagnosis
7) Rescan Data
►8) Review Data
9) System Setup
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↑
2) If you want to read the last stored record (if there is any),
select [YES] by pressing the Y button. Use the UP/DOWN
scroll button to select [NO] and press the Y button to choose
other stored records.
Review Data
Read the last stored
record?
[YES]
NO
Press Y to select YES
3) Use the UP/DOWN scroll buttons to select the record you want
to view.
Select Record:
↓
►1) Honda: 06
2) Ford: 06
3) Suzuki: 04
4) Subaru: 04
5) GM:00
6) Chrysler: 01
4) Select the Data item you want to review from the Review Data
menu.
Review Data:
►1) Trouble Codes
2) Freeze Frame
3) I/M Status
4) Vehicle Infor.
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