THINKCAR THINKTOOL LITE All System Diagnostic Tool Car OBD2 Scanner
ThinkTool LITE All Systems Diagnostics:
This option allows you to detect whether the system parameters are normal or not.
ABS System, Engine System, SAS System, TPMS System, IMMO System, Battery System, Oil Service System, SRS System, DPF System, Air Conditioning System, Transmission System, etc…
Read and erase codes for all available systems, turn off MIL light (Indicator light), display live data in text, graph & analogue for easy data review.
16 Special Service Functions:
1. Oil Lamp Reset Service
Allows you to perform reset for a new calculation of Engine Oil Life system once changed the oil.
2. EPB Electronic Park Brake Reset
It is important in the maintenance of the electronic braking system’s safety and efficiency.
3.BAT battery service
Allows the scan tool to evaluate the battery charge state, monitor the close-circuit current, register the battery replacement, and activate the rest state of the vehicle.
4. DPF Diesel Particulate Filter Reset
Specially works for Diesel Particulate Filter system with DPF regeneration, DPF component replacement teach-in and DPF teach-in after replacing the engine control unit.
5. SAS Steering Angle Sensor Reset
Helps clear the fault steering angle sensor memories and plays an important role in calibration steering angle.
6.TPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring System Reset
Makes sense in displaying sensor IDs from the vehicle’s ECU, inputting TPMS sensor replacement IDs and testing sensors.
7. IMMO Key Programming
The unique car key programming and read pin code function, it is mainly used to disable the lost vehicle keys and program a new replacement key fob.
8. ABS Bleeding
ABS brake bleeding to get a firm brake pad after air exhaustion after repairing ABS pump system.
9. Sunroof Reset
The sunroof needs to be reset when the sunroof control unit have a communication problem or changes.
10. Suspension Reset
Try reset electronic suspension air ride with the massage system close all doors koeo flip through messages system go to suspension reset or on-off.
11. Gearbox (Transmission )Reset
Procedure Reset Transmission Adaptive Learning DIY. Start the car and drive. Once you perform this procedure the Engine Control Unit (ECU) and Transmission Control Unit (TCU) will work together to learn how you drive by monitoring your driving pattern. After you follow this programming method of the TCU / ECU drive the car.
12. AFS Headlamp Reset
‘AFS’ means Adaptive Front-lighting System (at night with the Bi-Xenon headlights) it swivels either side, pressing that button means they stay pointing straight ahead and don’t turn when you turn the steering wheel.
13. Injector Coding
Leaking injectors and some dead injectors can be missed even when an injector is disabled. Other problems with the ignition system and mechanical components also may not show an rpm loss when an injector is turned off.
14. Throttle Adaptation
The throttle body is a tube containing a pivoting flat valve (butterfly) that is used to control the amount of air entering an engine. A throttle position sensor and airflow sensor communicate with the computer in an electronically fuel-injected car, which supplies the corresponding amount of fuel needed at the injectors. It must need re-learning throttle sensor position after clearing or repair.
15. Gear Learning
The scan tool monitors certain camshaft position sensors signals to determine if all conditions are met to continue with the procedure for Engine running.
16. EGR Reset
Reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the exhaust gas and improve fuel economy at partial load.
Supports OBD2 Functions：
Mode 01—Request current powertrain diagnostic data.
Mode 02—Request freeze frame information.
Mode 03—Request emissions-related diagnostic code.
Mode 04—Clear/reset emissions-related diagnostic information.
Mode 05—Request oxygen sensor monitoring test results.
Mode 06—Request on-board monitoring test results for specific monitored systems.
Mode 07—Request emission-related diagnostic trouble codes detected during the current or last completed driving cycle.
Mode 08—Request control of the onboard system, test or component.
Mode 09—Request vehicle information.
Mode 0A—Request emissions-related diagnostic trouble codes with permanent status after clear/reset emission-related diagnostic information.