|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 14.5 x 5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||CP9190|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CP9190|
Actron CP9190 Elite AutoScanner Pro Diagnostic Code Scanner Kit (Includes CP9185 Base Scanner, OBDI & OBDII Cables with Hard Case)
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- Kit includes CP9185 base tool
- Reads, displays and erases generic, manufacturer specific and displays emissions readiness status
- Does not include CD and User manual
- Retain the most recently scanned vehicle’s data and configuration
- Displays summary recap of the vehicle’s emissions status
- Resets check engine light
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Actron diagnostic scanners are the fast, easy way to diagnose and turn off your vehicle's Check Engine Light. All Actron scanners are compatible with vehicles from 1996 to present. They all display emissions status as well, which can save time and money when renewing your vehicle's registration. Each Actron scanner also provides access to RepairPath.com, an online service that provides additional diagnostic and repair information.
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I tried it out on the Jeep OBD I system, as well as Ford and Mazda Global OBD II. I was able to read and reset trouble codes on all three vehicles with ease. I was also able to view live sensor data on all three vehicles. In general this tool works very well for what I need it for. But it does have a couple of shortcomings, hence four stars not five. During vehicle type set up, the CP9190 firmware did not include an "S" VIN option (4.0L I6 engine) for a 1993 Jeep Wrangler. I had to use 1994 set up data; not a functional problem, just an annoying workaround. The CP9190 uses an internal 9V battery to store vehicle data for viewing when disconnected; it is not self powered for diagnostics. On the Jeep OBD I system, this means you have to power the CP9190 from a separate (supplied) cable to the vehicle battery or cigarette lighter socket in order for it to connect to the PCM (Powertrain Control Module or vehicle "computer"). The AutoXray runs off AA batteries with no external power required for Jeep OBD I diagnostics. On OBD II systems the CP9190 powers up directly from the diagnostic connector as soon as you plug it in.
If you are testing a crank / no start problem the CP9190 display "blips" off briefly, but it stays connected to the PCM and resumes displaying live data almost instantly. The older OTC 2000 shut down completely during cranking, which made it useless to me.The AutoXray 6000 did not "blip", but If you turn the key off and back on the CP9190 stays connected to the PCM and resumes displaying data as soon as you turn the key back to on. The AutoXray locks up when you do this, you have to back out of the application and restart it. That along with some bad internet reviews on AutoXray's tech support / firmware updates swayed me to buy the CP9190. Overall I'm pleased with my purchase and can recommend it as a useful and relatively inexpensive diagnostic tool for Jeep YJ OBD I as well as more modern generic OBD II vehicles.
I didn't give it a lower rating because it would not be fair to judge it on the earliest OBD1 vehicles.
A friend of mine has the Innova 3140 which has all the same features, selectable backlight however the screen is smaller. The Innova also appears to have a faster refresh rate and longer storage time at a lower price. If I could do it over again I would save myself some money and buy the Innova 3140. sure would miss the hardshell case but that is a option I feel I could live without.