Posted by Peter Warman on May 18, 2010, 11:20 am
Message modified by board administrator May 19, 2010, 3:49 pm
No more need for Diagnostic Tool reps |
No more need for expensive diagnostic equipment
Find the fault code, look up and find out how to cure, the parts required and how much its going to cost
AAAAhhhhhhh at last the Holy Grail, no more training courses, no more update or subscribing to tech info just plug and fix.......life just got a whole lot better
Posted by Steve Nicholas on May 19, 2010, 12:03 am, in reply to "carMD"
The success of this device will be in the way it is being marketed. At the moment it is being pushed in the USA, but all their good () ideas reach our shores eventually. |
I searched on Google for snags with this device and didn't find any specific ones. However, it looks as though it is not possible to reset the MIL with this. Is this due to US legislation I wonder?
Mind you, as soon as you have replaced the sensor or whatever their website tells you is the most likely culprit, then the light will go out straight away wont it!
One look at the screen of this device in the video will have most people running straight to their trusted (no, not necessarily Motor Codes registered) garage immediately.
Apparently this company's next device is a do-it-yourself brain surgery kit. Simple! Why has nobody thought of it before?
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