VXDIAG Vcx Nano Ford Review

VXDIAG Vcx Nano review on Ford and Mazda… here you go.



VXDIAG VCX NANO is the same as VCM2 with a single board (which is very bad clone of VCM2).


By satria_wr

Vehicle: 2014 Ford Ecosport 1.5L Ti-VCT 110hp



My clone vcm2 was able to update the module online.

The single board is known to brick module since it doesn’t have complete chip on it.


By Automate

Vehicle: 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid



The VCX Nano I took apart seems to be a custom design to emulate in hardware part of the hardware/software of the VCM II but the driver is most important too. I did not take pictures but gently peeling down the stickers reveals 4 screws. Once inside it is a very simple board with a ST micro cortex M4 STM32F4 Series based micro controller doing the work. The FT serial to usb chip-set and some caps and a space that was blank for I assume either the WIFI or Bluetooth module. I googled the device and did see a Russian site where a guy took apart a VW version and it had more chips and and older generation micro-controller.

Soldering looks like reasonable quality surface mount and no hand work or redo’s.


By stvkram

Vehicle: 2003 Mazda 6 3.0 V6 220hp



I test this tool, i buy the wifi version. Ford/GM/Toyota/VW/JagLR all works with wifi or usb connection 😀


By satria_wr

Vehicle: 2014 Ford Ecosport 1.5L Ti-VCT 110hp



I own VXDIAG VCX Nano WiFi. I use IDS v103.xx fine without issue. Latest update of VXDiag gives it a better stability when doing programming.


Tony Back

Vehicle: Ford Focus



Well, I just took the chance and bought one.

Couldn’t figure out how to get WiFi working on it, so I installed the driver

for USB and used USB instead.

Forscan detected it as J2534, and no errors was reported.

It didn’t find as many modules as my Vlink adapter does, but it had

the same missing fuel trims for bank 2 for my Scorpio 24V  😉


One hurdle with this device though – it is almost impossible to connect it

to the Scorpio, because the plug is a bit hidden, and this device is very big.

Anyone buying it should consider, if a small OBD2 extension cable is needed too.


By Yoda

Vehicle: Scorpio 2,9 24V 207HK 1997



I can add that regarding the VCX Nano for ford/mazda, I took mine apart and no bluetooth module is present. The bluetooth capabilities advertised on the main Allscanner site it not accurate. I can not speak for the WIFI version but I have the usb version and have used it with my 2003 Mazda 6 V6 and AFTER installing the “pass-thru” driver (J2534) it works perfectly and fast with FORSCAN.


By stvkram

Vehicle: 2003 Mazda 6 3.0 V6 220hp



Full chip high quality VCM II (SP177-C) is much better than VXDIAG NANO.

But be careful programming!


By ipy1975

Vehicle: 2015 Ford Mustang GT 5.0L V8




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