Volvo Car Corporation started in 1927 in Sweden. The company was acquired by Ford in 1999, and it was sold to Geely Holding Group in 2010. Scan tools plug into your on-board diagnostics (OBD) system, and the tools pull up the fault codes, which will tell you what is wrong with your system. If the system does not define these codes, you can look up the codes online.
Equus Scan Tool
The Equus Scan Tool connects to your vehicle's OBD-II system and outputs error codes associated with vehicle problems, including the check engine light. This tool updates with new information every 30 seconds, and it is an all-in-one system, which means that you do not need to connect this tool to a laptop to read the definition of each error code. Instead, this information appears on the device's light emitting diode (LED) screen. The Equus Scan Tool works on all vehicles made from 1996 to the present, including foreign and domestic cars. This tool comes with a one-year warranty, and the part number is E203030. It costs between £52.00 and £58.5 in 2010, and this tool is for consumers.
Live Data Interface
The Live Data Interface Tool Code Reader is a cable that hooks from your OBD system to your laptop or personal computer (PC). It is compatible with the following Volvo models: 800 series, 900 series, S90, S40, S70, V40, V70 and V90. You must use this tool with the Volvo FCR software, which is a Windows-based diagnostic software. This software is included in the Live Data Interface Tool Code Reader Volvo Scanner package. This software is compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, Millennium (Me), NT4 and XP. The manufacturer's product number for this tool is SZC648, and it costs between £16.20 and £24.0 in 2010.
This tool is designed for consumers, and it plugs into your Volvo's OBD-II system. It is compatible with vehicles made from 1996 to the present, including trucks, minivans, cars and sport-utility vehicles (SUVs). This tool allows you to figure out why your check engine light turned on, and it displays error codes on the tool's liquid crystal display (LCD) screen. It will also provide you with the definitions for the error codes, and you can reset error codes and the check engine light code with this device. Other features of this tool include the ability to capture freeze-frame information, which tells you what's going on with your vehicle at a particular moment in time. The Foxwell NT200 Diagnostic Scan Gauge package comes with software and a universal serial bus (USB) cable. This tool costs approximately £38.90 in 2010.
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