|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.3 x 6.3 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||CP9125|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CP9125|
|OEM Part Number||CP9125|
|Special Features||Includes OBDII 16-pin connector, Includes software with 5,000+ trouble codes, Works for most cars and light trucks since 1996|
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Actron CP9125 PocketScan Code Reader
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- Designed for novice and helps to read the status of why the check engine lights are on
- Compatible on all new domestic and import vehicles including CAN
- Enables the user to read OBD II diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) from the on-board computers
- Tool is updateable, accommodating future vehicles
- Reader includes a one-year limited warranty
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If you need a compact, fast, and easy way to connect to your vehicle, read its trouble codes, and turn off the "Check Engine" light, look no further than the Actron CP9125 PocketScan Code Reader.
Read trouble codes and turn off your "Check Engine" light with the CP9125. View details.
The CP9125 is an easy-to-use tool for novice and moderately experienced do-it-yourself mechanics, enabling you to read OBD II diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) from the on-board computers of 1996 and newer cars and light trucks. This gives you the ability to quickly determine the cause of the "Check Engine" light. Once repairs are made, the PocketScan lets you clear the trouble codes and turn off the light.
The highly compact CP9125 fits in the palm of your hand and quickly and easily links to your vehicle. Plus, the tool is updateable, offering compatibility with future vehicles. The attached OBD II 16-pin connector cable provides both data and power connections.
What's in the Box
Actron CP9125 PocketScan Code Reader and manual.
One-year limited warranty.
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It rates 4/5 for 3 reasons:
The cord is very short. The unit will not raise to a comfortable chest height connected to the OBD II jack; one has to crouch down
No back light, crouched in the dark under dash of the car, a small LED would help a ton, given how dark it is down there and the cabin light doesn't light well down here
The codes interpretation is on a printed manual. Its easy to find a pdf version to store on your phone or check the code live via a web search via a smartphone.
Other than that, its so simple to use, even a cave man can do it.
That being said, this unit isn't for everyone. If you don't have any knowledge about how your engine works, or where things are, then I suspect you will have little use for this product. The ODB II codes read by the unit can be quite cryptic. For example, my first problem was P0133. The manual says "O2 Sensor CKT Slow Response (Bank 1, Sensor 1)." One of my O2 sensors was bad, but if you don't understand messages like this, you won't be able to fix your car. However, I will say an Internet search is more useful than just going by the standard ODB II messages. Also keep in mind that various codes can be related -- fixing a leaky vacuum hose might cause other codes to disappear.
In any case, I've found this unit to be extremely helpful, and it paid for itself nearly immediately. I'd much rather hunt down cheap parts on my own and use a little elbow grease to fix something myself rather than pay a mechanic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great to have if you maintain your own vehicle, just wish I'd bought the one with ABS capabilitiesPublished 9 days ago by G-man
Initially really upset with the purchase as it didn't read my 2002 Chevy Silverado. Works fine on the 2015 Outback and 2002 Bonneville therefore the problem must lie with the... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Kevin J. Henning
The scanner did link with my 2007 GMC Canyon, 2.9l engine. The cable extended the length so I was able to stand outside my pickup and read the code. Everything worked perfect.Published 18 days ago by akhammer
Easy to use. Why pay that overprice auto shop to get the trouble light turned off.Published 2 months ago by Al
Worked great for my truck, but on a friends car it showed two codes and one said it could be seven different codes, very confusing.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Worked really great. Indicated my O2 sensor was bad. Saved me enough to pay for the Code Reader on the first diagnostic test.Published 2 months ago by James Gardner