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Autel MD802 MaxiDiag Elite Scan Tool

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  • Ability to quickly Read and Clear codes in ALL modules for European, Asian, and Domestic vehicles 1996-present
  • One button Auto-Scan reads codes in ALL modules and displays them on the screen
  • Quick Erase feature allows all codes to be cleared with the push of a button
  • Live data graphing for the ECU
  • One tool to do it all. Reads and clears trouble codes on engine, transmission , airbag, and ABS failures
  • Global OBD II coverage (US, Asian, & European)
  • Turns off engine, transmission, ABS, and airbag warning lights for most USA Domestic, Asian, and European vehicles
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandAutel
ModelMD802
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions14.6 x 3.9 x 8.7 inches
Item model numberMD802
Manufacturer Part NumberMD802
  
Additional Information
ASINB0090B7M2O
Best Sellers Rank #21,976 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 21, 2012
  
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Product Description

Derived from our Professional Series tool, the MaxiDAS® DS708, the MaxiDiag Elite® MD802 enables the user to not only get into the enhanced OBD-II system with mode 6 access, live data and graphing, but it also allows a technician to scan the entire car, ALL makes, ALL models, and ALL modules just like our DS708. With the MaxiDiag Elite® MD802 the user can read and clear codes in all Powertrain, Chassis, Body, and Information & Communication systems with the push of one button, making it great for body shops, used car dealers, and the professional repair shops. With its print function, you can easily provide the customer or the insurance agent a complete diagnosis of the vehicle. This new diagnostic platform delivers fast and easy diagnosis at the right price.


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Customer Reviews

I was very skeptical about spending money on an unfamiliar tool.
roncarguy
You can do live scans, make-specific scans, generic scans, scans on the powertrain module, transmission module, ABS module, body module and more.
Craig
It is Oct 30, 2013 and I just got off the phone with Autel customer service.
J. A. Cantergiani

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Donald Warner on June 10, 2013
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The tool arrived in good order. Nice box to keep it in as well. The tool is solidly made.
The tool does NOT support Apple computers. You will need a Windows PC to update.
The first thing you need to do is update the unit to the newest software releases. This is done online. In order to update, you must first register your product.
The needed "serial number" is on a sticker on both the box and also on the back of the unit. You will also need the "register password." This is NOT something you make up. This is a six digit number IN THE TOOL's "Setup/ About" screen (see p. 15, Figure 3.6 in the User's Manual). You will need to turn the tool on, then press "Setup" and then press "About" to get to the screen with the information you need.
To turn the unit on requires external power. Easiest is to connect the included USB cable to a powered USB PC port and also to the unit.
Once you have the serial number and register password, you can go to www.maxidas.com and create an account.
The unit stores it's information in its provided SD Card. Press the SD Card in lightly and it will pop out. Note that it is installed with the electrical contacts UP, not down. You update the SD Card and then return it to your scan unit to achieve the update/s. You will need a SD Card reader. If your PC does not have one built-in you can plug a portable one into one of the PC's USB ports. The readers are inexpensive.
I found that I needed to install the card + reader into the USB port and then RESTART my PC. Otherwise the software doesn't see the PC Card.
Now, the update software is on a CD included with the tool. Install it. Then start it by double clicking on the Update icon that the software placed on your desktop.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jared on January 9, 2013
I manage a fleet of vehicles that include Gm, Ford, Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Dodge Sprinter vans. This scanner has been very useful. But make sure you do the latest software update from the manufacturer or it won't do all of the functions it's capable of. What I can do with this scanner is talk to not only the powertrain and transmission controllers but also the ABS, airbag, and various body controllers. You will have to learn which options to select to get into each module successfully which can be confusing at first because for certain modules and applications you have to go through several screens and pick from lists that don't always give a good description. Plus it's different for each vehicle. The biggest advantage for me is that this scanner will talk to all the modules on our Sprinter vans. You get a lot of capability for the money. The downsides are the live data, it's pretty limited information in some modules. The powertrain live data is fairly complete though. Also this scanner is not always consistent when you are navigating the modules and different screens, once in a while you have to restart it to get it to play nice. Not a huge deal because I used to have to do this with the multi-thousand dollar dealership scan tools that I used. Over all it's a really good value.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ernest T on December 28, 2012
I've got a pesky Volvo that trips the airbag light whenever the battery is disconnected in the improper order, when certain electrical components are disconnected, etc.. Every time this happens I have to take the car to the dealer to have them reset the code to the tune of $140 a pop. I got really tired of this and started looking for an OBDII unit that could not only read the codes, but also reset them, including resetting the SRS codes. If you do some research, you will find that the number of units that can actually deal with the non OBDII codes like the airbag, etc. are rare or extremely expensive (like $2000+). Add units that can read Volvo codes to that and you really have a narrow list of options. In fact, this is the only non-Volvo specific unit that I could find that would do everything. The cool part is that this unit will work on my Wife's Hyundai, my son's Mazda, and any other vehicle out there.

It takes a little time to get to know how to navigate through the unit and learn all the features, but once you figure it out, it is really cool. If all you want to do is read the OBDII codes, then there are much cheaper options out there. If you want to go deeper, then give this unit a look.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Craig on May 20, 2013
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To those who gave this unit one star because you couldn't be bothered to contact customer service to get things figured out: get a life.

This scan tool does more than any other scan tool on the market and it does it with flying colors. I've used scan tools from Innova, Actron, OBDLink and other companies, and they don't even come close to the usability and functionality of this tool.

You can do live scans, make-specific scans, generic scans, scans on the powertrain module, transmission module, ABS module, body module and more. I've done scans on 1998 Volkswagons through 2013 Audis and it has NEVER failed me. I've probably scanned 50 different cars from the USA, Europe and Asia in the 7 months that I've had this and it is by far the most thorough tool on the market. It catches things that don't even show up on the highest-priced Innovas (even if you use their over-priced make-specific flash modules.) This tool uses software from the MaxiDAS, which many pro mechanics use, so what you're essentially getting is the scan capabilities of the MaxiDAS without the bi-directional capabilities.

I was fortunate enough to purchase this right when it came out and was priced around $220. It's since gone up in price significantly, but knowing what I know about this tool, it's still worth what they charge. Now that I'm using the MaxiDiag MD802, I wish I hadn't bought the OBDLink OBD-II USB Scan Tool Interface Adapter (425101), which after spending $$$ on the tool and the pro-upgraded software, actually ended up costing me quite a bit more.
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