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US $200.00

Fairfield, Ohio, United States

Fairfield, Ohio, United States
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The quick read & clear tool for any technician or for use at the service desk to assess incoming vehicles and manage the shop's workflow.

Perfect for road tests with pocket-size portability and easy touchscreen operation for all functions. Exclusive Troubleshooter code tips give you expert insight for a confident diagnosis. Verify repairs, check emissions readiness, diagnose engine and driveability problems.
+ Read and clear OBD-II codes and display live data parameters in under 30 seconds
+ Covers enhanced OEM-specific engine codes for more diagnostic depth on GM, Ford, Chrysler
+ Read and clear ABS codes on GM, Ford, and Chrysler
+ Graphing display compares three live data parameters on screen at once, to see cause and effect of vehicle faults
+ Big 4-inch touchscreen for fast navigation - shows detailed results with clarity
+ Exclusive built-in code tip database shows possible causes of engine fault codes
+ Covers all ten modes of OBD-II. Read codes, clear codes, reset the MIL, view current data, emissions readiness, onboard monitors, ECU information, pending codes and more
+ No batteries required - powers from vehicle. Simply connect MICROSCAN III to a vehicle for automatic boot up
+ Build custom data lists. Record, save, playback data and screen images for reference
+ Built-in choice of software language - English, Espanol, Francais

Bluepoint Microscan III User's Manual

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