U380 Memo Scanner OBD2 Code Reader DCTS Reads and clears generic

U380 Memo Scanner OBD2 Code Reader DCTS Reads and clears generic

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Thanks for visiting! An essential piece of kit for all car and van owners save time and money with the handheld car code reader which enables you to troubleshoot any problems in your vehicle by reading the diagnostic trouble codes that appear when the check engine light is showing. U380 is a kind of auto device for reading and erasing trouble code in vehicles, sometimes called car reader. Though so small, light and handy, which is dynamic and fashionable in design, competitive in price and the Reader Scanner is easy to use.This OBD2 Code Reader is high reliable and accurate. This Car Code Reader is a best choice foryouSo what are you still waiting for? ## Product Description Customers' Reviews More Information Specifications: U380 is specially designed for car owners or DIY With a U380, you may quickly find out trouble causes (troubleshooter) of electronically controlled systems on your car, by simply connecting U380 with the diagnostic socket, via reading the trouble code (DTC) shown on U380, identifying, locating and checking out trouble causes with attached user's manual Car Code Reader works with all 1996 and newer cars & trucks that are OBD II compliant Reads and clears generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and turns off check engine light Car Code Reader supports multiple trouble code requests: generic codes, pending codes and manufacturer's specific codes Highly reliable and accurate Easy-to-read crystal-clear backlit 2-line LCD display The Car Code Reader is easy to use with one plug-in Stand-alone unit with no need for an additional laptop computer to operate Small in size and conveniently fits in your palm Reader Scanner performs continuous DTC scan Safely communicates with the on-board computer No batteries needed-powered via detachable OBD II cable Details: With a U380, you may quickly find out trouble causes (troubleshooter) of electronically controlled systems on your car Reads and clears generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and turns off check engine light How to Connect an OBD2 to Your Car: All cars sold in the United States after 1996 are required to be equipped with an OBD2 system. The OBD2 system monitors a car's performance and alerts the driver of current problems, as well as potential problems. An OBD2 reader has to be connected to the car in order to retrieve the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) generated by the OBD2 Instructions: Determine whether your car is OBD2 compliant. A car that is OBD2 compliant will have a female 16-pin connector on the driver's side near the center console. Petrol vehicles manufactured as of 2001 and diesl vehicles manufactured as of 2004 should have this connector Prepare the equipment you will need. Depending on the type of OBD2 reader you will be using, you will need a personal OBD2 code reader and a cable, or a computer with OBD2 software, a converter and connectors (see Resources below). For your safety, your car engine must be off while you connect your OBD2 reader Locate the 16-pin connector. This connector is not always easy to find but it will be inside the car and not under the hood. Some places where car manufacturers install this connector include: under the steering wheel, the driver's foot well, the area between the driver and passenger seat, behind the ashe tray, under the passenger seat, and over the passenger door Check the connector for the available pins. The connector must have pins 4 and 5 for grounding and pin 16 for power supply from the battery. The other pins are present for the various protocols required for different vehicle brands, including SAE J1850, ISO 9141-2, ISO 14230 and CAN bus Connect your OBD2 code reader. Plug the end of the included cable with the 16-pin connector to the female 16-pin port, and then connect the other end of the cable to the OBD2 reader Use your laptop computer as an OBD2 code reader. You can connect your computer to your car with the use of a USB, RS-232C or Bluetooth connector. In addition to connectors, you will need the OBD2 software to retrieve the information from your car and converters to modulate the voltage (see Resources below) How to Understand OBD-II Codes and Language Recognize an OBD-II Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) as a 5-character code. The first character is a letter and the other four are numbers Interpret the first character as the control system that set the code. The following letters are assigned: B for Body, C for Chassis, P for Powertrain and U for Undefined. Undefined codes are not used Examine the second character to determine the code type. The digits 0, 1, 2 and 3 are used with 0 being a generic OBD-II code and 1 being an enhanced OBD-II code. The meaning of a 2 or 3 varies by system and is reserved for future use in powertrain codes. A 2 is reserved for Original Equipment Manufacturer use and a 3 is reserved for Society of Automotive Engineer use in body and chassis codes Use any digit from 0 to 9 for the third character of a DTC. This character indicates the system or subsystem where the fault occurred and its meaning varies according to the control system that set the code Study the fourth and fifth characters of a DTC. These indicate the operating conditions that caused the code and are specific to the control system. The lowest number are general malfunctions with higher numbers providing more specific information Package Included: * 1 x Engine Memo Scanner U380 OBDII OBD2 EOBD

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