Actron CP9125 PocketScan Code Reader
If you need a compact, fast, and easy way to connect to your vehicle, read its trouble codes, and turn off the "Check Engine" light, look no further than the Actron CP9125 PocketScan Code Reader.
The CP9125 is an easy-to-use tool for novice and moderately experienced do-it-yourself mechanics, enabling you to read OBD II diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) from the on-board computers of 1996 and newer cars and light trucks. This gives you the ability to quickly determine the cause of the "Check Engine" light. Once repairs are made, the PocketScan lets you clear the trouble codes and turn off the light.
The highly compact CP9125 fits in the palm of your hand and quickly and easily links to your vehicle. Plus, the tool is updateable, offering compatibility with future vehicles. The attached OBD II 16-pin connector cable provides both data and power connections. The CP9125 also ships with CD software that contains more than 3,000 DTCs and their descriptions.
Actron CP9125 Product Features:
- Designed for novice and helps to read the status of why the check engine lights are on
- Compatible on all new domestic and import vehicles including CAN
- Enables the user to read OBD II diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) from the on-board computers
- Tool is updateable, accommodating future vehicles
- Reader includes a one-year limited warranty
168 of 176 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars - STRAIGHT UP AWESOME, December 1, 2005 By Charles Daniel "Chuck Diesel"
I can't stand the concept of paying $100 just to have someone hook up a little cable underneath my dash to clear out a light. We've all had that conversation... "Oh wow, you fixed it already? You just needed to erase the code, huh? Wait, how much? You're kidding. I saw what you did, I was standing right here the whole time, it took 10 minutes." THAT COSTS $100?!?!?! This badboy will pay for itself the first time your check engine light comes on. I've used it 4 times on 4 different vehicles to crank out codes. It's worked on both my Nissans, my mom's Toyota, and my sister's Volkswagen. No doubt in my mind it will work with every vehicle. It's easy to use and fits in your coat pocket. It clears the trouble codes and turns off that worthless, annoying check engine light. When I had a code that didn't go away, I checked what code it was (in the included fault code manual), then went down to the dealership and told them what I had. They verified it, and went to work fixing it with no hassle. You know that feeling like you might have gotten screwed? I used to get that feeling. I hate that feeling. Thank God I don't get it anymore.