Autel MaxiDAS DS708 fault code reader assists you in repairing your car, and Diagnostic and repair your car DIY, by telling you what the vehicle’s self-diagnostic system “thinks” is wrong. Since 1996,Autel MaxiDAS DS708 Automotive Diagnostic Scanner Support Extensive vehicle coverage for more than 30 domestic, Asian and European vehicle makes,ALL 5 OBDII protocols and ALL 9 test modes. Autel MaxiDAS DS708 Scanner work on WIFI Internet for wireless access throughout the workshop, Automatic Wi-Fi updates available in new software releases
The standard in 2011 is OBD2 and is an improvement on the original system.
When a fault code enters the vehicle’s computer it triggers the check engine light. By understanding that code, you can quickly narrow down the problem and make your repair Instructions
1.Turn your vehicle’s ignition to the off position.
2.Locate the vehicle’s 16-pin data link connector. This looks similar to a computer serial port and is typically located under the dashboard below the steering wheel or on the left, bottom corner.
3.Push Autel DS708 OBD2 cable connector into the vehicle’s data link connector. Be careful to properly align the connections to avoid damaging the pins.
4.French DS708 Update. Look at the Autel MaxiDAS DS708 to see if it automatically turned on when you plugged it into the vehicle. If it did not you may have a problem with a blown fuse. Check your fuse panel and replace any blown fuses.
5.Turn the vehicle’s ignition to the on position but do not start the vehicle. The Autel MaxiDAS DS708 will automatically check the vehicle’s computer for fault codes.
6.Wait 10 to 60 seconds for the Autel MaxiDAS DS708 fault code reader to download the codes. The codes will be displayed on the screen with an explanation of the problem. If there is more than one code on the vehicle’s computer, you can cycle through them by pressing the button with an arrow pointing to the right.
7.Record the fault codes on a note pad for reference when working on the car others language version DS708