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KW812 OBD2 Interface Diagnose Scanner Code Reader for Volkswagen VW/Audi

KW812 OBD2 Interface Diagnose Scanner Code Reader for Volkswagen VW/Audi

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Description:

  • - The Konnwei KW812 Code Reader is specially designed to work with most Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda and Seat from 1990, which have a 16-pin "OBD-II style" Data Link Connector (DTC). If it has an old-style 2x2 Data Link Connector (DTC), then it depends on whether it 4 or 3 wires to the pins. If there are 4 wires, each having a pin, then it will work. If there are only 3 wires, leaving one pin disconnected, then it will not work.
  • - For VW / AUDI with old 2x2 Data Link Connector (DTC), you have a 2x2 cabling adapter which have included in this product package is not.
     

Operating manual:

  • CAUTION: Do not connect or the tester when the ignition or the engine is running !!!
  • 1. Turn off the ignition when it is turned on.
  • 2. Locate the 16-pin Data Link Connector (DLC) and plug into the Code Reader cable connector.
  • 3. Wait for the LCD display to "CAN VW VAG305".
  • 4. Turn on the ignition. But do not start the engine.
  • 5. Press any key to display the menu or wait about 3 seconds for the menu to come.
  • 6. Use the scroll button to select one of the 4 systems (engine, A / T, SRS and ABS), the menu will be scanned and the ENTER key to read.
  • 7. A sequence of messages that observed the protocols on the display until the vehicle protocol is detected.
  • - If the code reader not to communicate with the vehicle's computer, displays a message on the "Connection Error" display.
  • a Make sure that the ignition is switched on safely.
  • b. Check the Code Reader OBD II connector is securely connected to the vehicle DLC;
  • c. Turn off the ignition and wait for about 10 seconds. Switch the ignition back on and repeat the procedure from step 5.
  • - When the message "Connection error" will not go away, then it might be problems for the code reader to communicate with the vehicle. Contact your local dealer or the manufacturer's customer service for support.
  • 8. Read the Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) on the display.
  • -If There are no errors codes in the system, the display will read "no code".
  • - If there are any existing DTCs, then a brief overview with the total number of error codes on the display are reported.
  • a. Press the navigation button to read the error codes. The DTC number is currently being observed in the first line and sequence of the DTC will be able to see displayed on the second line.
  • b. A flashing arrow to the right shows that there are currently more DTCs. Press the scroll key, if necessary, until all the codes have been shown.
  • c. Display to the previous codes, press and release the ERASE button scroll to the bottom and scroll from the first on the list.
  • 9. See Part 4 for Diagnostic Trouble Code Definitions. Match the retrieved DTC (s) with those listed and read the definitions.
     

Technical specifications:

  • - Display: backlit LCD, 2 lines with 8 characters
  • - Operating temperature: 0 to 50 ° C (-32 to 122 ° F)
  • - Storage temperature: 20 to 70 ° C (-4 to 158 ° F)
  • - Power: DC12V provided via the vehicle battery
  • - Weight: 250g (8.9 oz)

Package Incluedes:

  • 1 x KW812 Scanner
  • 1 x CD with software
  • 1 x English manual