Range Rover Diagnostic Tools

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Range Rover Diagnostic Tools
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The Range Rover is a type of sports utility vehicle (SUV) produced by British car company, Land Rover. This vehicle was first released in 1970, and was still in production as of 2010. A diagnostic scan tool plugs into your vehicle and reads on-board diagnostic (OBD) system. There are two types of OBD systems: OBD-I and OBD-II. ODB-I systems were found on all vehicles made prior to 1996, while OBD-II systems are found on all vehicles made since 1996. The main difference between the two systems is that OBD-I diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) were vehicle specific as opposed to generic now.


The Autologic Land Rover features a large touch screen with navigation buttons. There are also help screens to guide you through the process of running diagnostic scans on your system. This tool will pull up the DTCs associated with the error that you are receiving. The DTC definition will provide you with specific information about which system is failing. The Autologic Land Rover also comes with a Car Configuration File (CCF) feature, which allows you to change the settings on your cruise control. This tool also comes with flash programming functions. You can also capture live data as your vehicle is running and log this data via the data logging feature. Contact the company for a price quote.


This tool is for owners of all types of Land Rovers made from 1990 through the present. It reads DTC codes, and it will tell you exactly what you need done, including whether you need a new oxygen sensor or plug. The HawkEye diagnostic tool kit comes with a vehicle unlock code, carrying case and J192 cable. The tool allows you to scan any Land Rover of the same model, but you cannot scan different model Land Rovers with one scanner. As of 2010, this diagnostic tool costs £421.


The Omitec Diagnostic System is compatible with all J1962 Land Rover vehicles. This tool allows you to run diagnostics on your vehicle while you are driving it on the road. This is done via the Road Test tool. It connects to your laptop, allowing you to download and save vehicle information. You can use this vehicle data to compare current performance to future or historical performance. The Omitec Diagnostic System is compatible with OBD-II, European OBD (EOB) and controller area network (CAN) vehicles. The kit includes a laptop, cables, scan tool and carrying case. This system is for industry professionals since it costs £3,282 as of 2010.

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