|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.3 x 6.5 x 1.6 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||CP9575|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CP9575|
|OEM Part Number||CP9575|
Actron CP9575 AutoScanner
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- Professional grade scan tool features at a code reader price
- Provides live engine data, freeze frame data, I/M monitors, OBD-II drive cycle, state OBD check and more
- Over 15,000 generic and manufacturer specific code definitions displayed on-screen
- Compatible with ALL 1996 and newer vehicles with OBD II and CAN
- Can be operated with one hand and has a easy to read backlit display; Internet updatable and trilingual support
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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.
The Actron CP9575 OBD-II and CAN AutoScanner Scan Tool is the next generation of automotive diagnostic scan tools. CAN protocol compliant, not only does it read and display generic and manufacturer-specific diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and definitions on-screen, but it also comes loaded with advanced features rare in a tool in its price range. These include live real-time data, 6 modes of OBD-II data, trilingual support, freeze frame data, state OBD check (emissions), drive cycle mode and more.
Generic and Manufacturer Codes and Definition On-screen
Since the 1980's standardized Onboard Diagnostic systems—first OBD-I and currently OBD-II—mandated for virtually all cars and light trucks manufactured for the US market have provided automotive technicians with insight into the increasingly complex inner workings of modern passenger vehicles. Professional technicians utilize large, expensive diagnostic tools to translate the diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and other data generated by the internal computer networks of in your vehicle when the malfunction indicator light (MIL) on your dashboard goes off. The cost for this is passed on to you by your mechanic, but mid-level to advanced do-it-yourselfers (DIY) can now gain access to this information and much of the functionality for a fraction of the cost of a visit to the service center with the Actron CP9575 AutoScanner Scan Tool.
With Actron CP9575 AutoScanner Scan Tool DIYers who want to know detailed information about their vehicle's condition can instantly and affordably gain access to both generic and manufacturer-specific OBD-II codes generated by their vehicles and their respective code definition, all on the unit's easy to read backlit screen. These codes can be easily navigated through using a single hand with the patented one-touch read and erase buttons both during normal use parameters of their vehicle and in the event of an MIL event. Designed for ease of use, the CP9575 is CAN compliant (an important OBD-II computer protocol), utilizes a standard 16-pin OBD-II connector and features a cable permanently connected to the unit. CAN functionality allows the CP9575 to interact with and sample data from the different diagnostic subsystems within your vehicle, while the standard pin layout and permanent orientation of the cable ensures that you will always be able connect to your vehicle's data link connector (DLC), the OBD-II input port usually located underneath your dashboard. Along with this, the unit's rugged construction, ability to power itself directly through the OBD-II cable and portable size mean that it can be stored and taken anywhere.
Professional Scan Tool Features at a Code Reader Price
In addition to displaying DTCs and their definitions, the Actron CP9575 also provides access to an impressive list of additional functionality that allows for more advanced analysis of data produced by your vehicle. Some of these prominent features include the reading and display of "freeze frame" data, which is a snapshot of the overall sensor readings from your vehicle's central computer at the time of a MIL event; access to the VIN (vehicle ID number), CVN and Cal ID; and the display of the status of your vehicle's inspection and maintenance (I/M) monitors, whose proper working is pivotal to a vehicle passing state mandated emissions tests. Add to this even more productive and convenience features like the access to live engine data, the ability to check fixes within your vehicle by displaying OBD-II Drive Cycle Mode, Internet updatability of codes, definitions and software and language support in English, Spanish and French, and the Actron CP9575 AutoScanner Scan Tool quickly distinguishes itself as a must-have tool that will easily pay for itself in maintenance costs saved.
- Compatible with ALL 1996 and newer vehicles (OBD-II & CAN).
- Read and display live engine data.
- Displays OBD-II generic and manufacturer specific definitions on screen.
- Read and display MIL status.
- Read and erase diagnostic trouble codes.
- Tools gives visual indication when it is trying to communicate and retrieve data from an OBD-II vehicle.
- Read and display I/M monitors (emissions).
- Reads and displays freeze frame data.
- Read and display pending DTCs.
- Read and display freeze frame data (snapshot of vehicle data at the time of the fault).
- Read and display VIN number, CVN, and Cal ID.
- Display State OBD check.
- Display OBD-II Drive Cycle Mode.
- Field updateable via USB port.
- CE certification.
- Trilingual menu, manual and definitions (English, Spanish, French).
- System setup menu includes language setup, unit of measure, display test, keypad test, memory test, tool information and program mode.
- Effortlessly powered by car battery through the 16-pin OBD-II connector.
What's in the Box?
Actron CP9575 AutoScanner OBD-II scan tool, users manual.
Automotive Analysis Tools to Suit Every Need
With over 40 years of experience manufacturing affordable automotive diagnostic tools Actron features a product line that has something for everyone, regardless of your level of experience. Check out the table below for current models of Actron scan tools available and their available features. Click the model number at the top of the table for further details.
About Actron, an SPX Brand
A business unit of SPX Service Solutions, Actron has a 40-year tradition as a leading manufacturer of cost-effective, high-performance automotive diagnostic and test equipment. SPX Service Solutions designs, manufactures and markets a fully integrated family of global brands providing specialty service tools, advanced diagnostic and shop equipment, inspection and gauging systems, training and technical information for vehicle servicing and maintenance.
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This scanner does get stuck in your car though. I read the other reviews stating this and I thought it wouldn't happen to me. The VERY FIRST TIME I plugged it in, it snapped into place and was dam near impossible to get off. I seriously almost broke my car's port trying to get it out.
When you first get it out of the box, you'll notice a square hole in the port end. The thin piece of plastic on the top of the square hole is what holds it into your car's port. It is also the reason it gets stuck in your car. After I finally got it out, I cut that piece out so it's a U shape instead of a square. Now it doesn't stay in. I have to hold it tightly to get it to read. If I could go back in time I would have just cut a slit in the middle of that top plastic piece instead of cutting it completely out. That way it would still click into place, but would still be easier to get off. I'm not sure how AutoZone does it, because I'm pretty sure they use this same reader but it doesn't get stuck when they plug it in. I'll probably just glue a piece of plastic on so it stays hooked on better.
Would i make this purchase again? Yes, but I would split that top piece instead of cutting it completely out. And I would do that BEFORE trying it out on my car for the first time.
A week after I had got it I was driving my car making a turn through a major intersection and it died with the check engine light on. I had to no clue what it was. It was turning over, I had fuel pressure and spark. I plugged in my scanner and it read a cam shaft position sensor fault code. It started after fifteen minutes and I got it home as soon as possible. I called the parts store and a $18 part (Basically a magnet) caused my car to shut down. I went and got the part and installed it with in a hour. I cant imagine how much a shop would have charged!! Parts mark up, technician fee, diagnostic fee....$300-500 I would guess. Very good investment if you are wanting to save money and not take it to a shop and get ripped off
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