Volvo XC90 Diagnostic Tools

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If there is something wrong with your Volvo XC90, you will need to find out how to fix the problem. Diagnostic scan tools help you with this, since these tools run tests on your system and communicate with your on-board diagnostic (OBD) system. You will need one that works for European vehicles like your Volvo XC90, a seven-passenger sports utility vehicle.

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Autologic

The Autologic Diagnostics for Volvo is for all types of Volvo vehicles. It is a handheld, touch screen tool that uses a graphical user interface (GUI), which is a type of interface that allows you to run commands using radio buttons and checkboxes, as opposed to programming or writing code. This device is available in different languages, including English, Polish, German and Dutch. It allows you to pull up diagnostic trouble code (DTC) data and clear those codes once you correct the problem. You can also update the engine control unit (ECU) and the engine throttle control module (ETM). As of 2010, this product starts at around £422.

Scan Tool

The Baum Tools DS2020 and DS2021 scan tools run diagnostic tests on domestic and foreign vehicles, including Mercedes Benz, Audi, Volkswagen and Volvo. You can use these handheld scan tools on Volvos made between 1989 and 2008. These tools are controller area network (CAN) compliant; they can run tests on the following systems: airbag, transmission, anti-lock brake system (ABS), engine, climate control, transmission and instrument cluster. You can use these tools to read and clear DTCs, and you can reset your instrument cluster. You can purchase or lease these tools, which, in 2010, start at approximately £214.

AutoEnginuity

This scan tool is for both foreign and domestic vehicles. It is compatible with European OBD (EOBD) IV and OBD-II vehicles. This tool allows you to capture data from sensors as you are operating the vehicle, and you can view and clear DTCs. Connect this device to your computer via a universal serial bus 2.0 connection, and read data in different languages, including Spanish, English, German and Hungarian. You can also run tests on your gravitational forces (G forces), horsepower, torque, vehicle speed and boost pressure, and you can graphically compare speed versus time. As of 2010, this product starts at approximately £260.

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