To do DIY Porsche full-system scan & special function, original Foxwell NT510 and Launch Golo M-diag Lite are highly recommended, price less than $150. Vehicle to work on: Looking for a Porsche diagnostic maintenance tool which can work on… Continue Reading
As the title suggests, I boughtECS Tuning’s Schwaben ProScan Tool (now also called Foxwell NT510). I’ve seen them mention it in a load of threads here, and the tool has NO reviews anywhere, and no one has any info. Given that it’s… Continue Reading
Got home late and I had an Foxwell box staring at me on my whatever you call it a desk. So far I’m really impressed, this is not junk, this is a dealer OE professional tool, quality is bang drop… Continue Reading
It’s a hot discussion topic among BMW car owners on which scanner is better to use. And we find FOXWELL NT510 is popular to be chosen! Why? Check below real feedbacks: This is far beyond a regular OBDII scanner. It… Continue Reading
I have had good success with BMW use Foxwell NT510 BMW: So far all BMW’s supported auto vin & autoscan, was able to get a quick easy accurate report of issues. 2006 BMW X3: Was able to find 2 misfires because of bad plugs. 2009 BMW z4: Was able to diagnose and find bad HAL sensors stopping the roof from retracting Ford: Not to many test subjects yet, auto vin did not work, had to manually pick the truck 2002 F250 XLT: After manually picking the truck the autoscan worked. This truck doesn’t have to many systems but I was able to see all appropriate data, clear warnings etc. Chevy / GM: Having a little bit of an issue here. Testing on a 2012 Avalanche LTZ Autovin did not work, I had to pick the truck manually. Ran an autoscan and a bunch or fault codes did show up from the scan. However none of the codes appeared to be correct. I was not expecting to get any codes on this truck. It was telling me things like the driver door window switch was faulty, but it definitely works. From there when I tried to display and or clear the code the scanner froze. I let it sit for 10 mins nothing happened. I had to power it off. Going back in I manually selected just the device that was throwing codes, however when scanning it directly nothing was detected. When I did an autoscan again the same codes appeared, and again the device froze making it a brick.
Free Download Foxwell NT510 update and get additional software PDF: http://www.eobdtool.co.uk/upload/pro/nt510-update-guide.pdf Foxwell NT510 reviews: Foxwell NT510 Multi-System Scanner is the most cost-effective professional scan tool of the industry. It is a unique tool that delivers genuine coverage, depth and value… Continue Reading