Excelvan 2014 Version D900 CANBUS/OBD2 Live PCM Data Code Reader has CAN Protocol (old 2012V does not have) support which gives wider vehicle coverage. It reads and clears all generic, and some manufacturer, specific DTCs, powered via detachable OBD2 cable from cars directly. D900 universal OBDII/EOBD scanner has newly released a new upgrade that supports newer vehicles up to 2015 year. (30. June, 2015)
Support car models:
U.S. Models – European – Japanese – Asian – German – Korean:
Suitable for almost all cars after 1996
GM ’96 – now (OBD-II)
Ford ’96 – now (OBD-II)
Chrysler ’96 – now (OBD-II)
Toyota ’96 – now (OBD-II)
Honda ’96 – now (OBD-II)
NISSAN ’96 – now (OBD-II)
1. Jaguar XF owner
D900 is slightly cheaper but it worked straight out of the box and does everything it says it will do. It also explains the faults (in line with the Jag CD) as well as giving the code. Best 27 euro (including postage) I have spent for a while.
2. BMW 535i owner
This will do the trick. And for only 27 euro.
Works great, I bought one a few months ago because I buy and sell cars quite frequently. It works on my 2008 535i sport. Displays the code number and also gives a written explanation.
For example, on my last scan after a “tighten gas cap” message, even though it was already tightened on displayed the following:
“P0442 – Evaporative Emission system leak detected (small leak)”
Idiagnosed it as a faulty gas cap based on the tighten gas cap message my car gave me prior to scanning with the d900. After installing a new gas cap, I erased the code with the scanner, and its never come back since.
In other words, it worked well!
My d900 has worked with everything I’ve used it for on my 535i. As I said, I’ve never had any issues with mine but I use it for other cars more than my own 535i.
3. Honda Civic & Accord owner
It’s a good reader and I’ve used it many times on my Accord 2.2 diesel and several other vehicles without any major problems (but was a tight fit on the Accord to start with).
I cannot connect it the first few times I used the D900 on my Accord… the socket is a little recessed/obstructed (compared to, say, wife’s Toyota or my mate’s Saab), but when I pushed the plug in and held it with one hand I found it connected OK (make sure you have the ignition on, as well). Since the first couple of uses I’ve had no trouble with the connection, so I guess the trim has moved out the way slightly.
I am very happy with it.
4. A DIYer
I purchased this D900 CAN Scanner for my own personal use. I have used it on three different vehicles so far, a Nissan, Audi, and a Mercedes Benz. Worked great every time. I would definitely recommend this tool for the avid D.I.Y.’er.!
D900 OBD2/EOBD code scanner functions:
1.Displays the DTC definitions on screen unlike previous models
2.Wider coverage: works with CAN-equipped vehicles
3.Reads and clears all generic, and some manufacturer, specific DTCs
4.Erase codes and reset MIL
5.Views OBD II Live data
6.Views OBD II freeze frame data
7.Displays I/M readiness status
8.Retrieves the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
9.Determines the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) status
10.Hand held and easy to use with one plug-in only
11.Highly reliable and accurate
12.Safely communicates with the onboard computer
13.No batteries needed for operation powered via detachable OBD2 cable
14.Battery compartment for off-vehicle reviewing or for when upgrading from PC
Here is a quick video tutorial on using the D900 scanner: