Actron CP OBD II AutoScanner • User guide • Download PDF for free and without registration!. For more information regarding DTC updates, please call our Technical. Support line at ( – EST Monday – Friday), or. send an email to. Although the Actron CP is no longer in production, it is still a widely Refer to the vehicle’s owner’s manual for the location of the DLC, if necessary.
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Special testing abilities are permanently programmed into the computer by engineers. To print the manual acton, please, download it. Please be sure to specify the make, model and year of vehicle. The auxiliary battery power of the vehicle will automatically provide power to the code reader, which eliminates having to turn on a power button on manul unit.
What has not changed A computer-controlled engine is very similar to the older, non-computerized engine. Page of 39 Go. Refer to a service manual.
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Connect Scan Tool to vehicle to connector under driver-side dash- board. Always wear ANSI approved eye protection. Scroll down “No” button to the other four options below the “Read codes” if desired.
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Enter text from picture: Other places for DLCs much less common may be on the passenger side lower dash, behind the ashtray some earlier Honda models or in the center console very rare. Most commonly used to fuel delivered to the cylinder for identify the location of oxygen sensors. Use the buttons on the face of the code reader below the screen to perform the task intended. Press the “Enter” button lower right-hand button on the unit face with the menu on option 1 read codes to determine any DTCs that may have triggered the MIL.
The main menu will display options “1” through “5: Always use caution when working around the ignition coil, distributor cap, ignition wires, and spark plugs.
Inspect the plug of the CP in order to look for a plug with the same trapezoidal shape. Some DLCs not all may feature a cover on them that requires removal of the cover in order to plug the code reader into them.
A brief description of the DTC s will appear once the CP has communicated with the vehicle’s computer. Quick Start If you have questions not covered in the manual, please call our Technical Support line at 8: Prior to that, he actroon two different restaurants for over 15 years. Link Errors Or Erroneous Data If the AutoScanner is not working correctly after the checks and corrections above, contact technical support personnel at 8: You’ve purchased an automotive scanner that can unlock the fault code information stored in the on-board computer s of your car or light truck.
What does the computer control The main control areas of the vehicle computer are fuel delivery, idle speed, spark advance, and emission controls. Cars and trucks cannot completely diagnose their problems, and no scanner available can tell you with pinpoint accuracy what is wrong mankal the vehicle. The most common location for the DLC is under the driver’s side dashboard near the steering column. T able of Contents Safety Precautions Section 3 – Using The Tool 3. Photo Credits on board diagnosis connector image by Albert Lozano from Fotolia.
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Also, press the “Enter” button when on any other option “1” through “5” to activate the desired option. SF-1 Section 1 – Quick Start 1.
A system that produces the sensor s to monitor the results of ignition spark without the use of a combustion.
Appendix B – About Actdon OBD II Inmanufacturers began equipping vehicles with a new class of computer technology which puts more processing power in the vehicle than ever before.
If not found, refer to Section 2. Indicates a Crankshaft Position Reference. Section 2 – Tool Basics 2.