You can find cheap code readers that use bluetooth and an app on your phone,but they won't clear ABS codesLooking for ideas on a device to clear codes on a D2, such as the three amigos or check engine.
I have a nano that I use for the P38 and Disco, but want an inexpensive device to leave in my son’s Disco.
Well, they will read and clear faults in the ECU as well as give you live engine data, just not ABS faults. For $30 its hard to beat, but sounds like you want this https://www.icarsoft.com/Product/s-332-icarsoft_multi_system_scanner_i930_for_landroverjaguar.htmlThe purpose is to clear codes/faults.
I will check tonight when I get home, I have not had a need for those items.F N Disco,
Does iCarsoft allow you to do:
1) Adaptation Resets
2)check the cruise control system
I know iLAND does, but iLAND/AB has issues according to some who have the iLAND.
No. It is a reader, not a programmer.Hmmm... alright, trying to avoid paying out for a Hawkeye... Can the Autel handle adaptive resets?
You do realize that the first highlight does not jive with the second highlight?because the ECU adjusts to continuously degrading performance of various controllers (MAF, O2 sensors) until they get out of acceptable specs, then the dash light goes on. When you replace the worn-out/faulty item, the ECU still retains the degraded performance parameters and will run with those unless and until the ECU is set back to default specs.
series 1 or 2 discovery?I was about to reccomend the Hawkeye...but given post #17 I see that may be out of the question haha.
For what it is worth, I purchased a Hawkeye through Cross Axled Customs in the US and it performs flawlessly. I have investigated ABS, Airbag, Suspension, etc. faults with it and still feel that I have not used even half of the device's capability.