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Can you reset the service reminder with this devise? If it does not it seems quite useless for a DIY, this is what i think about it.

No, you can't reset the service reminder, but you can read fault codes in most modules, and reset the fault memories. You can also read live data from the control modules. No, it isn't as good as the Durametric, but is a handy tool to have for the money.

I have the BMW version, and have found it very useful on my kids Beemers.

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As i understand you can reset Codes but not the Service Light ......

Thats what i found:

The system offers total diagnostic coverage of all engine, chassis and body systems

Reading and re-setting of diagnostic trouble codes (DTC)

Real-time reading of dynamic data

Full component activation clearing and re-setting of adaptation values

Coding of all engine, chassis, body and instrumentation modules

Will not reset oil and service meter.

Key configuration

1 Year Product quality Warranty

Free online software update within 1 year of purchase.

The i960 can live data during the operation of reading. Will Not Reset Service Light Indicator.

The live display of sensor data is switchable , so that all relevant

Data are presented in various displays, such as for example:

- DME, ECU

- Tiptronic

- Airbag (SRS)

- PSM

- KESSY

- Air conditioning

- Instrument Panel

- gateway

- Electrical wiring

- parking sensors

- And many more

- Temperature of the aspirated air

- Air mass / air flow

- Engine speed

- Vehicle Speed

- Position O2 Sensor

- Coolant temperature

- Slow correction

- Fast correction

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I Played arround with the Tool on my Cayenne S and the Turbo.

For someone like me, who is not a mechanic or car Specialist its giving me a lot of usful Information.

I Catched this Device on ebay for less than 100. good deal. Here are some samples.

Sorry but u dont know why some pics are upside down here

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