Amazon.com.br:Avaliação de clientes: Foxwell — Leitor de código automotivo multiaplicativo NT650 scanner Obd2 ABS/Airbag/SAS/EPB/DPF/BRT/EPS/CVT/ferramenta de verificação de diagnóstico de serviço especial para redefinição de óleo do carro
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I bought this because I have several vehicles and find myself the 'friend' mechanic for other people. Besides the basic ODB code reading, you can do things like: - reset TPMS (tire pressure sensor). If you have a bad sensor on your wheel, you can install a new one and link it to your car. Without a tool like this, you'll have to go a dealer and have them link the new sensor. - reset TPS (throttle body alignment). If you've ever cleaned the throttle body, you know that it has to be reset. Many cars require a special tool, and this will do it. I recently used it on a 2007 Honda Odyssey. - do Mode 6 testing - run ABS (brake) tests and procedures
It supports several dozen models of cars, inlcuding all the common ones from Honda, Nissan, Ford, etc. and you do not have to buy any other packages or licenses like you do with the NT520. It also supports some cars that most people have never heard of, like Perodua, Vauxhall, Dacia, etc.
Data is stored on an SD card inside the device. Updates are done by inserting the SD card into your computer and running the updater software that you download from the Foxwell site. It comes with a USB SD card adapter so you don't need an SD slot in your computer.
The screen is easy to read, the buttons are somewhat stiff but still work ok. The included data cable is ridiculously thick and stiff, and could have easily been made thinner, but it is still functional. All the advertised functions work as expected. Doing a firmware update is easy, be aware that this works best on Windows 10. Mac is not supported.
If you just need to read and clear codes, this is not the device you want - just get a cheap ODB reader. But if you need the extra functions, it might be worth it since dealers can charge a fairly high cost for simple things like replacing a TPMS sensor. I only gave 4 stars because of the overall lower build quality of the unit, and the buttons are the cheap membrane type that tend to stop working after heavy use.
You won’t be disappointed! I researched and compared to several different Autel devices, Launch Millennium 90 “PRO” and the Foxwell won based on a list of features. I have tested many makes and models from 1998-2015. Vw, Hyundai, Ford, Nissan and it preforms well for each application. Update was easy and fast as long as you read and follow the instructions. For a scanner under $300 this has to be top on the list. I previously owned an Autel OBD2 basic engine reader, if you are ready for the next step up then buy this scanner. I was originally thinking of spending $1,300 for a full system and am now realizing you don’t need it to do most of the work. The live data on this device is sufficient to diagnose problems. The Foxwell reads all the major systems you need.
Even though I have yet to use it, the product came as described. I did plug it in, and everything "seems" to work. (Side note: you need to plug it in to a car/computer for it to actually turn on) it does a lot of functions for the costs and its light weight and comes in a hard case to keep it protected in a garage/car... I'd recommend it!
It helped me diagnose check engine light that would come on, call the dealer make an appointment and two days before the appointments the light would go out, not once but three time this happen to my wife's car, so this time it came on I drove to her work and hooked up the meter and found a misfire on cylinder three, found a bad coil that had been slowly dying. (Its is winter in WI and it has been very cold so it is hard to get an appointment in a timely fashion.
Does what it says. It doesn't do everything for every vehicle. It does not have full functionality with a 2014 Jeep Compass, and probably other common vehicles as well. I found it kind of humorous that cars like Bentley and other European makes were in the list of vehicles, but many American cars were either missing or lacked certain functions on the scanner. Getting the thing registered and updated was a pain. The instructions aren't super clear and the website runs slow, so I tended to think I made a mistake and started over. It took a few tries to get hooked up and registered and the scanner updated.
The good news is, it checks LOTS of parameters, and the real-time data and graphing are very helpful. The long connector cable allows me to drive while a passenger checks real-time data from the passenger seat. The front panel controls are pretty straight-forward as well. I wish I could get more functionality for the vehicles I currently own, and less for a Bentley, Mercedes or BMW. If I could afford one of them, I could probably afford to let the dealer do my diagnostic work for me. So, one star deducted for only semi full-functionality and the registration process, but five stars in all other areas.