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Been thinking of getting a new OBD2 scan tool, obviously I would love to just have a Tech 2 but I'm not spending that kind of money nor am I buying a chinese knock-off Lol.

Currently have a Ultragauge Blue that works great and reads a lot of stuff but obviously doesn't read ABS/SRS stuff. I also have my double din which can read/clear check engine lights but I want something with a little more capability.

These or the two I'm considering:

Foxwell NT264 PRO: $220

Innova 3160G: $250

Anybody have any experience with either of these? Or know of other options in this price range with a decent amount of capabilities.
 

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No experience with any of these but I was looking at the
Launch CRP129


just today. I THINK it will do the automated ABS brake bleed (needed for my truck and also the Mercedes), is a requirement for me, but I'll have to call the company tomorrow to see if it will. Amazon $206.
 

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Autel Maxicom MK808 also just popped up on my radar.. Yearly updates are a little pricey but I won't be buying anything that new so might be worth the extra coin. It can do the brake bleed, and can also relearn tpms.
 

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Both the Foxwell and Innova are great units. The ole China Palace (HF) just came out with a new line of OBD II scanners. ZURICH brand name top of the line ZR13 which does SRS/ABS and oil light reset. for $189.
 

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Both the Foxwell and Innova are great units. The ole China Palace (HF) just came out with a new line of OBD II scanners. ZURICH brand name top of the line ZR13 which does SRS/ABS and oil light reset. for $189.
Was actually considering HF before doing more research, I would like to do live data graphing and possibly sending commands to the truck if possible. Think they call it "active testing" but it seems most that can do this are 1k+
 

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Looks like I can either spend 1k plus and get one that does it all or order 2 separate units. Looks like im going to go with the Foxwell NT644 Pro for clearing stuff and graphing. Then the Foxwell NT510 for being able to do bidirectional testing
 

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I already have a bluetooth module and my headunit can clear codes just want something a little more in depth. I also work on others vehicles quite often so a more in depth diagnostic tool would be beneficial. The cheap modules will cover 98 percent of what’s most users would need/want though
 

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Autel Maxicom MK808 also just popped up on my radar.. Yearly updates are a little pricey but I won't be buying anything that new so might be worth the extra coin. It can do the brake bleed, and can also relearn tpms.
We have some new arrival tools such as Autel MaxiCOM MK808, MaxiCheck MX808, Autel MaxiCom MK808TS and MaxiCheck MX808TS. Many clients are confused about them, what are the exact difference of MX808 and MK808? what is the difference of MK808 and MK808TS, etc. Today we share a list for you to explain the detail difference among them.


First. I need to tell you that MaxiCOM MK808 and MaxiCheck MX808 are with same function and same supported vehicle models. MaxiCom MK808TS and MaxiCheck MX808TS are with same function and same supported vehicle models as well.


Second, let’s figure out the difference of MK808/ MX808 and MK808TS/ MX808TS

here
 
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