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#21 tccom

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Posted 02 October 2009 - 08:47 PM

hi, i also have a code reader, mechanic in merseyside l35 area.nick.

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#22 bedworthmotcentre

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Posted 15 January 2010 - 06:30 PM

:lol:

I am "borrowing" this idea from another club I use.

As you know from time to time peoples cars can go wrong and throw a CEL/EML. (thats the engine management light coming on..

The light looks like this....
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When this happens members come on here and ask what is wrong with their car only to be told they need to go to a garage to get the fault codes read. If we had a list of members and their locations of who had a code reader we could arrange a meet and get the codes read without the need for a garage, then the fault can be found and info on how to fix it can be sought in more detail.

I'll start the list...

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#23 bedworthmotcentre

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Posted 15 January 2010 - 06:33 PM

Hi great idea - I am a garage owner but I'm pleased to offer this assistance as club members have been really helpful with problems i've had.
We are based in Midlands, near Coventry - we have brand new Hanatech Multiscan - one of the best Asian tools on the market - call Mark on 024 7664 3030 and I will try my best to assist.

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Posted 17 January 2010 - 09:08 PM

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#25 eddieinvader

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 08:41 PM

Count me in.

In South Wales.

#26 duncerduncs

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Posted 23 April 2010 - 01:42 PM

I have a reader too :thumbsup:

I'm in Didcot, Oxfordshire (just head for the power station! :lol: )

#27 zimboy

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Posted 26 April 2010 - 10:07 PM

Hi All,

I don't suppose anyone has an Autel MaxiDiag tool? i bought one off ebay, and the CD that came with it was cracked and i've trying to track the guy down to get a copy of the software, and can't find it anywhere online.

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 06:28 PM

bosch kts 520 updated annualy, omiscan hand held reader updated last week. various other small read only scanners. also have access to snap on scanner full update and bag full of code chips old model and new one. Launch code reader.
Also have a this years Auto data cd including full fault code recognition including old style flash codes and how to access them (for older cars with obd sockets although possibley not imports not check for them)
Also has full wiring diagrams for most engine layouts fuse box lay outs and such like. Comes with service light reset proceedures so you can turn your light off with out the dealers.
Any info required just ask

#29 toytech80

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 07:56 PM

I am "borrowing" this idea from another club I use.

As you know from time to time peoples cars can go wrong and throw a CEL/EML. (thats the engine management light coming on..

The light looks like this....
Posted Image

When this happens members come on here and ask what is wrong with their car only to be told they need to go to a garage to get the fault codes read. If we had a list of members and their locations of who had a code reader we could arrange a meet and get the codes read without the need for a garage, then the fault can be found and info on how to fix it can be sought in more detail.

I'll start the list...

cfc1 - Central Scotland

IVE GOT A MAC TOOL CODE READER FOR ENGINE ONLY AND A SHED LOAD OF PAPERCLIPS -KENT

#30 toytech80

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Posted 20 June 2010 - 07:59 PM

Hi All,

I don't suppose anyone has an Autel MaxiDiag tool? i bought one off ebay, and the CD that came with it was cracked and i've trying to track the guy down to get a copy of the software, and can't find it anywhere online.

Thanks

I THINK YOU CAN DOWN LOAD MOST OF THIS TRY THE AUTEL SITE? :(

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