X431 Cresetter OBDII Scanner
Vehicle Scanner Tool ~ Auto Oil Lamp Light Reset
About the product:
Cresetter is a specialized automotive diagnostic tool for resetting the automotive service lights, which is developed on the 6th generation Creader hardware platform. This product has applied the latest Cortex- M3 32-bit processor, 2.8″ color LCD display, which is smart, portable, and simple to use. After repaired and serviced the vehicle, the maintenance man can use it to clear or reset the warning lights on the instrument cluster to eliminate the unnecessary warning.
- Color LCD Display, colorful and gradational. It supports USB 2.0 high-speed upgrade.
- Personalized key operation design, convenient and efficient. And it just can be used on cars produced between 2004-2013
- It supports Oil Lamp light reset, Airbag ECU reset, Spark Plugs reset, Air Filter Indicator reset
- Vehicle Coverage Area: USA: GM, FORD, CHRYSLER European: BENZ, BMW, VW, AUDI, LANDROVER, VOLVO, SAAB, OPELCITROEN, PEUGEOT, SEAT, SKODA Asia: NISSAN, TOYOTA, MITSUBISHI, HONDA
- Whole new operation system, running faster and troubleshooting more efficient.
1) Oil Lamp light reset
Additional function(for special models):
1)Airbag ECU Reset
2)Brake Pads Reset
3)Air Filter Indicator Reset
4)Spark Plugs Reset
5)Maintenance Interval Set
Competent Light Reset – With Room To Grow
My review of the X431 Cresetter OBDII Scanner:
I just had the privilege to experiment with a new vehicle scanner that we received from Cresetter, a company that is new to us but has quickly impressed with the quality of its products. The Launch X431 is a compact hand held unit that is a specialized automotive diagnostic tool for resetting automotive service lights. After unboxing this sweet little gadget I couldn’t wait to power it on via the 16-pin data link connector (DLC). I needed to reset the service lamp on our minivan, which gave me the opportunity to try out the OBDII Scanner.
Start up is very simple, I just needed to plug the X431 Cresetter OBDII Scanner’s DLC into my vehicle’s DLC and turn the ignition to on. The colored LCD screen lit up, displaying the interface with three options – Select Brand, Tool Setup, and Help. Selecting Brand, I found our vehicles make and pressed the green enter button to confirm my selection. Then a message of “Communicating, Please wait” appeared on the screen. After communicating for just a few seconds is displayed “Engine oil life current value (20%).” I repeated the steps and by pressing after it showed my current value, I was able to enter a new value of 100% and then press the button to reset. Then, the “reset successful” message appeared and the light went out. Kabam! No more irritating flashing service light.
This little scanner did what it claimed. Although the options are very limited in comparison to my other scanner’s abilities. However, it is a great entry level scanner and overall this unit is designed very well, with a color LCD screen that is easy to see. The quality of the materials and components used in manufacturing seem to be top quality, also.