Autel Autolink AL319 OBD II/EOBD Code Reader
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- Compatible with ALL 1996 and newer vehicles (OBD II & CAN)
- Supports multiple trouble code requests: generic codes, pending codes, and manufacturer specific
- Easy to use with one plug-in
- Free CD Software with over 7000 DTC definitions
- Limited One (1) Year Warranty
The AutoLink AL319 OBD II/EOBD Code Reader featuring the unique patented One-Click I/M Readiness Key, TFT color display, and built in speaker, the AutoLink AL319 is truly the ultimate in ease and afford-ability, enabling users to verify repairs, road test, check State Emission Monitor Status and solve basic engine and driveability problems. It eliminates drive cycle guesswork by notifying the driver with color coded LEDs, audible tone, and dynamic all-in-one I/M readiness status
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The only gripe I have is the poor website support, the "average" manual and the fairly useless cd of software. The only programme on the disk is an updating utility for connecting the unit to the net via a PC to update the unit's firmware. The links in the manual take you to Auteltech's website where none of the download links even work! After a process of guesswork, I tried autel-tech (note the "-" dash) and found the English website. Still no firmware updates, but at least the site isn't broken!
So, the device itself is much more impressive than the look of the website, support and software.
I've now also used this on a 2009 Citroen C5 Tourer (a few people said it might not work on this model) with no problems.
For me, the most stringent limitation was the restriction of the built-in manufacturer-specific codes to vehicle models sold in the US, meaning the complete absence of any Peugeot (my car), Citroën and many others. Once you have set the manufacturer to "other", all you get are the "raw" codes, with no description and no option anywhere ever again to set up the vehicle make other than a factory reset.
I never seem to get any "Freeze Frame" data other than the code itself. I know that this is not a problem with the car's ECU, because I got such data from my garage before.
I find it irritating that the tool appears to fail once you go back to the top-level menu and try to select another function. It will try to re-establish connection with the car, and give a "Vehicle Linking Error". Only disconnecting and reconnecting it will help at this stage, In general, linking to the car seems a fraught process. I found that it works most reliable when plugging in the device with the ignition off, then selecting one of the functions "OBDII/EOBD" or "Ready Test" and only then, after the linking process has begun, turning on the ignition, but not starting the engine.
Enter the Autel AL319. Initially, it showed 8 trouble codes, which were clearly identified by the area they affected. After clearing them and re-scanning, only one was left: P0200 - Injector Circuit Open/malfuntion.
Although the Autel does not list Peugeot among the manufacturer-specific codes, it is possible to diagnose using the "Others" category. Today, I went to a mechanic with that single line of code and he limited his probing and repairs to that specific area that the Autel had identified. He took out the ignition-coil pack, replaced the No. 4 cylinder plug, but the problem remained. Then I suggested that he do what a resourceful fellow on the internet had suggested, and he moved on to the electrical portion of the remedy, testing the voltage with a simple 12-volt bulb. It turned out that No. 4 was not getting any power and therefore not burning gas. After fiddling with that, reseating the connector to that injector, all four cylinders came to life.
The joke here is that I'd been offered a used injector-pack for more than 120 Euros by a guesswork mechanic. Had I bought it, together with another injector at about 30 Euros, I'd still have been having car trouble. There you go, 70 Euros saved me 80!
My only gripe is that not all manufacturers are listed specifically, and no plans seem to be underway to bring a change to that situation.
Only critcism is that whilst the screen is illuminated the key pad isn't - this makes it slightly fiddly to use at night.
Overall good value for basic diy fault diagnosis.
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