You can see the Maxisys Elite as the upgraded version of the Maxisys Pro. They offer the same functions and vehicle coverage, but the improved components in the Maxisys Elite give it a longer battery life and faster processing speed. The Maxisys Elite is also compatible with USB 3.0 and can operate better in extreme temperatures.
2. What is difference between Launch X431 V and Launch X431 V+?
The X431 V+ has a larger screen that’s easier to read and navigate. It also uses a quad-core processor, compared to the dual-core processor in the Launch X431 V, and has a larger memory capacity, enabling it to perform diagnostic scans more quickly. While both units have on-board Bluetooth support and one-click update, the X431 V+ also has the option for wireless report printing.
3. Does Launch X431 V+ support super car like Ferrari, Maserati, or Lamborghini?
Some super-charged engines are supported, including Ferrari and Maserati. In addition to basic diagnostic functions, it supports service functions like clutch PID, gear learning, and throttle adaptation. Unfortunately, the Launch X431 V+ does not support Lamborghinis.
4. Can Launch X431 V+ relearn crank position and idle?
Yes, for most supported vehicles.
5. Why is the Launch X431 V+ not listed on Launch Tech USA website?
The Launch X431 V+ is sold exclusively in the United States through their authorized Amazon distributor and can’t be purchased directly from the company on their website. This is why you won’t see the product listed on that page.
6. Does the Autel MK808BT diagnose US made vehicles?
Yes, the Autel MK808BT is compatible with over 80 manufacturers, including vehicles made in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
7. Does Autel MK808BT comes with Bluetooth connection? Can it work without WI-FI?
The Autel MK808BT has Bluetooth support built-in. It also has the option of a wired connection so you can use it when there’s no Wi-Fi available.
8. Can Autel MK808BT relearn the idle?
No, the Autel MK808BT does not support that function. If you need the ability to relearn idle, you’ll want to look at the Maxisys Elite reviewed above.
9. What’s the difference between the Foxwell NT624 Elite and the NT614 Elite?
The main difference is that the Foxwell NT614 Elite is a 4-system diagnostic tool, able to read information from the engine, transmission, ABS, and SRS. The Foxwell NT624 Elite is an all-system diagnostic tool. It can read information from all electronic modules, including those listed above as well as things like the climate control.
10. Is theFoxwell NT624 Elite able to turn off a check engine code?
The NT624 Elite can clear the trouble codes that turn on the check engine light. If the check engine light comes back on after you’ve cleared these codes, theirs is likely an ongoing issue in the engine that needs to be fixed.
11. Will the Foxwell NT624 Elite show previous history codes?
Yes. The Foxwell NT624 Elite can read all codes, including permanent codes and previous history codes.
12. Will BlueDriver device display “short term and long term” fuel trim data?
Yes, you can view the fuel trim data under the Live Data section for most vehicles. You can check whether it’s compatible with your vehicle on the BlueDriver website.
13. Do you need an internet connection to use BlueDriver?
You can use many of the diagnostic functions of BlueDriver without an internet connection, including reading and clear codes, reviewing freeze frame data, running smog checks, and viewing live data.
More advanced features do require an internet connection. These include VIN decoding and repair reports, as well as retrieving service bulletins, recalls, and maintenance schedules. You’ll also need an internet connection to update the software or share reports.
14. Is BlueDriver compatible with all phones and tablets?
BlueDriver works with all iOS devices running operating system version 10.2 or later. It’s also compatible with Android devices running version 6.0 or later. Keep in mind you will need a Bluetooth connection to use your device with BlueDriver, something that may not be available on all Android tablets. The BlueDriver app is not currently compatible with Windows devices.
15. Which vehicles are compatible with BlueDriver?
BlueDriver can read engine codes from all consumer vehicles sold in the United States or Canada after 1996. Enhanced codes are available for many popular manufacturers, including BMW (2005 and later), Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai (2011 and later), Mazda, Mercedes (2005 and later), Mitsubishi (2008 and later), Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, and Volkswagen.