|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 2 x 9.1 inches|
|Item model number||MS300|
|Batteries||Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MS300|
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Autel MaxiScan MS300 CAN Diagnostic Scan Tool for OBDII Vehicles
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- Easy 2 Button Design to read and clear codes
- CD catalog of 7000 Trouble codes and descriptions
- Retrieves generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC), includes definitions lookup software on CD and displays DTC definitions on screen
- Features an easy-to-read backlit LCD screen, multilingual menu and DTC definitions and standard 16-pin OBD-II connector--no additional cables are needed
- Retrieves VIN (Vehicle Identification No) on 2002 and newer vehicles that support Mode 9
- Supports the CAN (Controller Area Network) protols and all other current OBD-II protocols
- Works with most OBD-II compliant U.S., European and Asian vehicles (OBD-II is standard on all cars sold in U.S. post-1996)
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MS300 with 16-pin OBDII Connector
Autel is a leading developer, manufacturer and distributor of professional automotive diagnostic tools, equipment and accessories. Since its founding more than 10 years ago, Autel has been committed to producing leading edge tools at affordable prices providing customers worldwide with enduring value and industry-leading support.
To deliver this value to our customers, we make every effort to understand our end-users' needs and translate those needs into superior products by maximizing our research, development and manufacturing capabilities.
Our team consists of experienced software engineers and automotive systems experts.
CAN/OBDII Diagnostic Scan Tool
The MaxiScan MS300 code reader supports all OBDII protocols, including the Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol. Though small in size, the MS300 it is able to retrieve the same information as large expensive scanners! The MS300 works with all 1996 and newer vehicles that are OBDII compliant (including CAN).
- The MS300's easy-to-use, two-button design makes reading and clearing trouble codes easy.
- Include CD catalog of 7,000 Data Trouble Codes (DTC) with descriptions.
- Retrieves generic and manufacturer specific DTCs and displays DTC definitions onscreen.
- Easy-to-read backlit LCD screen, multilingual menu and DTC definitions and standard 16-pin OBD-II connector--no additional cables are needed.
- Retrieves VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on 2002 and newer vehicles that support Mode 9.
- Supports the CAN (Controller Area Network) protocols and all other current OBDII protocols.
- Works with most OBDII-compliants; domestic, European and Asian vehicles. The OBDII protocol is standard on all vehicles sold in U.S. since 1996.
Reads and Clears Data Trouble Codes (DTC)
Including generic codes, pending codes and manufacturer specific codes on all domestic, Asian and European vehicles (1996 and newer).
Easy to Use
Easy to use, two-button design with integrated 16-pin OBDII plug.
Standard 16-pin OBDII connector--no additional cables are needed.
Easy-to-read backlit LCD screen, multilingual menu and DTC definitions.
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1. With the ignition off plug it in. I immediately saw CAN OBD2 on the LCD.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. This is the position just before you crank the starter. Do not start the vehicle.
3. Then press the ENTER button on the reader which starts the scan.
4. Use the SCROLL button on the reader to view the results.
This is a handy tool, but almost any auto parts store will do a free code scan for you (Auto Zone, O'Reilly, Champion...), so that might be a cheaper way to go if you don't expect to use it much. An auto repair shop can charge you $100 or more to do the same, depending on where you are in the country.
The manufacturers website [...] and manual appear to be done by a novice "Chinese to English" transalator, so can be cryptic as best and totally misleading at worst.
Note that just resetting the code will not let you pass inspection. The sensors have to return a ready/OK code for the emissions test. It takes driving several miles for the sensors to retest and get back to the ready/OK status.
Most of the features have been covered extensively in the ~180 reviews here, so I won't reiterate them here. I will say that despite only having two buttons, it's easy to navigate the menus once you play with it for a few minutes. This unit is powered by the OBD-II port itself, so you don't have to worry about batteries. It does allow you to reset your 'check engine' light. As far as the CD is concerned, I knew it would be a POS so I automatically threw it out. All you need is to write down the code(s) it generates, and then type them into Google and you will have you answer (and often the solution!). You can also go to a vehicle forum specific for your make (e.g.Read more ›
Bought the unit in 2011 but had been sitting in our garage until my wife's 2007 odyssey got a check engine light on. it just does NOT work! Tried all different ways, including engine on /off, all in vain with the "link error" msg. Too much time wasted on this... Had to go to Autozone for the test and paid more than double the price to buy another different model from another company they carry.
However it does work on/connect to our 2005 Camery, which has not problems at all (comparing to our endlessly troubled Honda...)
When I scanned my 2009 Mini Cooper though, it is another story. It recognizes that there is a code, but when you go to see what the code actually is, it says N/A
This does not help me at all. It basically became as helpful as the check engine light itself. It recognizes there is a problem but does nothing to help me figure out what it is.
When I called Autel I learned there are two divisions, an American division and a Chinese division. He said he couldn't help me because that was ordered off of Amazon and it came from the Chinese division. He said it was Chinese crap and that I should return it.
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