Our Success is our members who value our strength as a valued community.
Forum Stats
12230 Members
65 Forums
72762 Topics
980694 Posts
41 posts in the last 24hrs
Max Online: 7831 @ 8th Apr 2013 4:18pm
Who's Online - Click Me
94 registered (11kendo, 17 invisible), 1734 Guests and 214 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Social Media : Follow Us


(Views 7days)This Weeks Most Read
Doris is on her way 1403
USB to wall socket 461
Internet Explorer Not Working 443
Is This ART ? 440
Dangerous Tumble Dryers 392
Chef's knife. 388
Wirral Bus Review 289
roofers 284
Aerial engineer 260
Tranmere Rovers 197
New General Forums
Story
by venice
Yesterday at 12:10 AM
Nigel Farage speaks at the CPAC.
by snowhite
24th Feb 2017 6:28pm
Is This ART ?
by granny
23rd Feb 2017 9:56am
Wirral track renewal
by snowhite
22nd Feb 2017 2:42pm
New Wirral History
Seeking old pictures of Egerton Street area, Birkenhead
by yoller
19th Feb 2017 7:53pm
TS Indefatigable
by granny
18th Feb 2017 3:32pm
RIP : Chris Kay
by granny
31st Aug 2016 9:25am
Children's home on the Overchurch
by xleahx
26th Apr 2011 7:01pm
423 Archers, Wirral Mark Rake, Wirral, Merseyside
by derekdwc
13th Sep 2009 10:50pm
Forum Tips
Photo Gallery Forums
Birkenhead Transport Museum 24th Feb 2017
fireworks on the Mersey last night
Topic Replies
Large hgv needed to move 32ft x 10ft steel con
by saltytom
Today at 07:10 AM
Brother printer
by saltytom
Today at 07:07 AM
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool
by diggingdeeper
Today at 02:12 AM
TS Indefatigable
by granny
Today at 01:23 AM
USB to wall socket
by Beethoven
Yesterday at 11:00 PM
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
Yesterday at 09:15 PM
Samsung NC10 Notebook PC
by _Steve_
Yesterday at 05:55 PM
2x Brit Floyd tickets 3rd March City entrance
by _Steve_
Yesterday at 05:52 PM
What song are you listening to?
by snowshoes
Yesterday at 05:14 PM
February
M Tu W Th F Sa Su
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28
Recent Posts : What's On ?
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
Yesterday at 09:15 PM
Lion Salt Works/Weaver Hall Museum
by venice
19th Feb 2017 12:19pm
Topic Options
Rate This Topic
#431551 - 16th Sep 2010 10:37am OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
I have a ELMSCAN 327 OBD 2 (OBD II) scanner for diagnosing and clearing faults with your car ECU, on board computer, etc. I used it with my previous car (Peugeot 407) and it did everything I needed, but now I have a leased car, so no need for it any more as I am not allowed to "play" with it :-(

It has only been used once to detect and cure one problem, so it is like new. Comes complete with the software disk to install the diagnostic software on your laptop.

If you are interested, make me a SENSIBLE offer for it. Contact Gordon on 07786 698820 (To give you an idea of what to offer, they are currently selling for £69.99 plus P&P on ebay)

Top
For Sale : Advertising & Guidlines
Click me for more Information......

* * * Emelec Electrical Services * * *
Now Advertise with WikiWirral.
WikiWirral stats 35,000 Page Views a Day +500 Search Engines.. Click Me
For Sale Topics - No Post Bumping.
Please keep your replies to any for sale items to the item for sale. This keeps it fair to all members as post Bumping is not permitted in the For Sale Forum. If you wish to post additional details, reduce the price to bring yout topic alive that's fine. Its the way this forum has always run, and it keeps it fair to all. If you wish to banter about a Item for sale please start a new topic else where please. Thank you for your understanding on this one. Free Sale : Wanted Items > You can banter if you wish in those forums.
Do Not Re-list Items With in 7 Days
Example : If you Post your item on the Saturday you can Repost the Following Saturday. Please Use the Notify Button to Notify your Moderator
Include a Price !
Please Include a Price for the item you are listing. Items with No Starting Price May be Removed as this is not fair to other sellers.
#431582 - 16th Sep 2010 12:47pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
Tony_1985 Offline

Forum Master

Registered: 19th Aug 2006
Posts: 2421
Loc: Ellesmere Port
needs a price mate before the mods delete this

Top
#431619 - 16th Sep 2010 4:25pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: Tony_1985]
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
OK if it needs to have a price then I'll ask for £40. No offers....

Top
#431658 - 16th Sep 2010 9:09pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
raymondo Offline
Wise One

Registered: 16th Sep 2009
Posts: 806
Loc: upton
have you tryed it your self as i bought one and it didnt work if it works ok i might be intersted

Top
#431674 - 16th Sep 2010 9:49pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: raymondo]
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
Yes, Raymondo, as it says in the ad, it worked fine for me. Used it to diagnose a fault with the ABS on the Peugeot 407 I had.

Top
#431868 - 17th Sep 2010 9:04pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
chris_gilly Offline

Forum Addict

Registered: 15th Feb 2009
Posts: 1950
Loc: tranmere
£30 ill have it? def

Top
#432011 - 18th Sep 2010 1:13pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: chris_gilly]
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
Originally Posted By: chris_gilly
£30 ill have it? def


it says £40 NO OFFERS!

Top
#432277 - 19th Sep 2010 9:18am Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
raymondo Offline
Wise One

Registered: 16th Sep 2009
Posts: 806
Loc: upton
£35 then

Top
#432448 - 19th Sep 2010 8:48pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: raymondo]
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
When I said £40 no offers, that is exactly what I meant. £40 gets it, and any less doesn't.

I can give no guarantees that it works on every feature on your car. Cars vary from make to make and model to model and the version of software varies by year and sometimes even month. Sometimes the ECU software will have been updated by a dealer. Manufacturer's are always trying to change things in order to tie you into their dealerships for servicing! Naughty practice I know, but it is a fact of life. All I can tell you is that it complies with the OBD 2 standards and it worked fine for what I wanted (ABS/ESP diagnosis) on the 2006 Peugeot 407 that I had.

Top
#432452 - 19th Sep 2010 9:00pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
chris_gilly Offline

Forum Addict

Registered: 15th Feb 2009
Posts: 1950
Loc: tranmere
What software is supplied?
& are you sure it does ABS systems?
i have a similar interface and it doesnt cover ABS,

Top
#432455 - 19th Sep 2010 9:04pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: chris_gilly]
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
Chris, as I said in the previous post, it did my ABS. It varies from car to car, manufacturer to manufacturer, software version to software version. The software that comes with it is called Scantool.

Top
#432463 - 19th Sep 2010 9:29pm Re: OBD 2 (OBD II) Scanner [Re: gohunter]
gohunter Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 14th Aug 2010
Posts: 23
Loc: Upton
Just looked on the installation disk and it also has EasyOBDII, OBD2Spy, ScanMaster-ELM and wOBDCRAZY on there, but I know that some of these are demo versions with a time limit on them. ScanMaster-ELM is definitely a demo as the files say so.

It says on the software instructions "we suggest that you can use "scantool_net113win",if you think that this software isn't easy to use, you can free to choose following software: EasyOBDII, OBD2Spy, ScanMaster-ELM. But them require lisence."

Top

Moderator:  Mark 
Random Wirral Images

Click to View Topic.
Newest Topics
Large hgv needed to move 32ft x 10ft steel con
by futurepast
Yesterday at 06:32 PM
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
26th Feb 2017 10:08pm
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool
by diggingdeeper
26th Feb 2017 5:58pm
USB to wall socket
by venice
26th Feb 2017 1:04pm
Tranmere Rovers
by cools
25th Feb 2017 9:17pm
For Sale & Free
Aluminium Ladders
by jaymc
Yesterday at 05:07 PM
Blaupunkt 32" tv
by jaylow
25th Feb 2017 3:04pm
2 x Sum 41 tickets Manchester 25/02
by turnip
24th Feb 2017 7:47am
Sony Smartwatch 2
by Mike_Hoylake
23rd Feb 2017 9:25pm
Brother printer
by saltytom
23rd Feb 2017 11:02am
Featured Member
Registered: 3rd Feb 2014
Posts: 113
Newest Members
chaptronix, chrisjon, Mike_White, HELENmichelle, catchthepigeon_
12230 Registered Users
Today's Birthdays
No Birthdays
New Wirral Info
Large hgv needed to move 32ft x 10ft steel con
by futurepast
Yesterday at 06:32 PM
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
26th Feb 2017 10:08pm
Removal of Shed Timber
by Julie64
25th Feb 2017 1:31pm
Aerial engineer
by ponytail
23rd Feb 2017 6:01pm
roofers
by thisledous
23rd Feb 2017 4:44pm
News : New Topics
Wirral Bus Review
by Norton
24th Feb 2017 11:42am
Dangerous Tumble Dryers
by diggingdeeper
23rd Feb 2017 2:03pm
Doris is on her way
by granny
22nd Feb 2017 8:43pm
Hezballah
by venice
17th Feb 2017 11:15am
On-street parking charges dropped
by oldpm01
15th Feb 2017 9:10am
New Enthusiast Forums
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool
by diggingdeeper
26th Feb 2017 5:58pm
USB to wall socket
by venice
26th Feb 2017 1:04pm
Tranmere Rovers
by cools
25th Feb 2017 9:17pm
Chef's knife.
by Beethoven
23rd Feb 2017 12:39pm
irish music entertainer for St Patrick's night
by kazaroo
22nd Feb 2017 3:07pm
(Views 24hrs)Trending Newest Topics
Large hgv needed to move 32ft x 10ft steel con 78
Wirral Sunrise Sunset
Sunrise Tue 7:00am
Sunset Tue 5:48pm
Local Time Tue 8:18am
WikiWirral Can . . . .

Click Me for Pricing and Options This Space is Availible Now !