LYL Mini ELM327 V1.5 Bluetooth Wireless OBD-II OBD2 Auto Car Diagnostic Scan Tool
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- The program lets you perform the following operations:Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer- specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).Clear trouble codes and turn off the MIL ("Check Engine" light).
- Maxiscan ELM327 V1.5 Bluetooth OBD2 Diagnostic Scan,Bluetooth Paircode: 1234, Main Control Chip:PIC18F2480.
- The newly developed wireless scan tool. It supports all OBD-II protocols.It adopts the latest version 1.5,Support Bluetooth connection, no Batteries, Cables, or Switches.The Wireless (Bluetooth) 5~10 meter Retrieve Fault Codes (DTCs) and clear Check Engine lights.
- Set the maximum number of responses to obtain, Remove spaces from ECU responses (to speed data)
- Display current sensor data, including: - Engine RPM,Calculated Load Value,Coolant Temperature,Fuel System
Works on all OBD2 Vehicles (1996 onwards in USA) and EOBD vehicles ( Petrol cars from 2001 and diesel cars from 2003/2004 in Europe)
Daewoo-Lanos, Daewoo-Leganza, Daewoo-Nubira
Rolls Royce 4,etc
SAE J1850 PWM(41.6Kbaud)
SAE J1850 VPW(10.4Kbaud)
ISO9141-2(5 baud init,10.4Kbaud)
ISO14230-4 KWP(5 baud init,10.4 Kbaud)
ISO14230-4 KWP(fast init,10.4 Kbaud)
ISO15765-4 CAN(11bit ID,500 Kbaud)
ISO15765-4 CAN(29bit ID,500 Kbaud)
ISO15765-4 CAN(11bit ID,250 Kbaud)
ISO15765-4 CAN(29bit ID,250 Kbaud)
A.SAE J1939 CAN(29bit ID,250*Kbaud)
B.USER1 CAN(11*bit ID,125*Kbaud)
C.USER2 CAN(11*bit ID,50*kbaud)
Software Included :
This hardware can match many other software still. But most of them are not free!
Works for Windows98/ME/2000/XP/Vista, Windows 7. This tool does not match abs and airbag system! Approved: CE / FCC
What's In The Box:
1 * Mini ELM327 V1.5 Bluetooth Wireless OBD-II OBD2 Auto Car Diagnostic Scan Tool
1 * CD-ROM
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I installed Torque Lite (free version) on my HTC One Mini 2 phone running Android 4.4.2. After installing the app, I plugged the scan tool into the ODB port of our BMW. Once the scan tool was powered up (plugged in but without ignition switched on) the phone paired with the scan tool within a few seconds using the passcode '1234'. Switching on the ignition (but not starting the engine) allowed me to check for current and past stored fault codes in the Torque app. With the engine started, the Maxiscan feed engine parameter data to the phone almost in real time with very little lag. The Maxiscan was left connected and monitored the car during a 150 mile trip after which the log was downloaded from Torque. It was also used to calibrate the car’s speedometer.
So far I’ve used the Maxiscan without any problems on the following cars:
- 2013 Vauxhall (aka Opel) Insignia 1.8
- 2004 Porsche Boxster 3.2S
- 2001 Land Rover Freelander 2.5 V6
- 2002 BMW 316ti Compact (E46) with N42 1.8 engine
Personally I find that Piston V1.41 (by Marcin Gierlicki) has a simpler user interface and data display so would recommend Maxiscan users try this app if they struggle to set up and use Torque. Torque display updates are faster and has a superior log export compared to Piston though.
In summary, this scan tool provides exceptional performance at low cost. At much less than a quarter of the price of a diagnostic scan at a garage, the tool will pay for itself the first time you use it, so definitely worth it.
Addendum (13 March 2017): This OBD tool really helped out recently when travelling in our BMW 316ti on the M25 when the Engine Check Light came on and the car went into limp-home mode (20 mph max) in the outside lane.
After pulling over onto the hard shoulder, I plugged the device into the car’s diagnostic socket and, using the Piston app, read the fault code (P1639: Throttle Valve Position Control; Throttle Stuck Permanently/Throttle Position Sensor Implausible Signal) that was recorded.
As this only looked like a stuck or lazy throttle flap in the throttle body and not necessarily a terminal problem, I erased the fault from the engine management system and restarted the engine. Low and behold, no Engine Check Light and car running fine, allowing me to resume my journey in less than 5 minutes.
All in all this little device saved an expensive motorway recovery, the cost of a garage diagnostic check and repair, overnight accommodation and a massive inconvenience.
You do need an app to work (called torque on playstore) this device, it works on Android phones not sure about Apple iphones? This is a free app to download but there is a paid app too called Torque Pro that covers the free app but with a few extra.
The device was plugged into our Alfa Romeo Guielleta to check it worked properly before trying it out on the main car it was bought for. My husband seemed really impressed and enthusiastic about the results. The app shows things like:
Realtime information such as throttle position, turbo boost etc
Basically all the checks a garage would perform. For the price this is definitely worth a try before visiting a Garage. Better than the more expensive ones on the market.
Buy the WIFI version instead if you wish to use device with iOS.
Apart from that, device is great when it works but can be a pain to try and get to connect to android devices and macOS devices.
Feels cheap and has annoying LED's (that, to be fair, aren't a distraction while driving).
All in all, could be better.
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