Obd Scanner Software

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  1. Laikavirgin

    Laikavirgin Read Only Funster

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    Does anyone have a copy of Fiatecuscan they can send me, it's supposed to be a free download, but I can't find a site which has it now, I have the kit, but the provided software is complete junk, I have tried Multiecuscan but it seems to be incompatible with this laptop or Win 7, I need to turn off the engine management light on the MH.

    Or a link to where I can actually download it of course, preferably without a virus.

    TIA

    Kev
     
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    Can't help with that Kev. Do you know what has brought the light on? If desperate you can come over to mine and I'll reset it assuming the fault has been cleared.
     
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    Laikavirgin Read Only Funster

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    Thanks Andy, I don't think you'll be able to do it though, unless you have the 3 pin adaptor, it's an 01 van so unfortunately it doesn't have the standard OBD socket like yours or the self build had, most garages don't have the right plug either.

    I have the hardware now (link) but the supplied software is corrupt, it looks like a decent bit of kit for the price, PC sees it ok, but needs to be set up properly

    One of the faults sensed was the cooling fan relays 1 & 2, which were fine but a cable was duff, now fixed fans, the come on once it reaches temp, I'd like to drop the cut in temp a few degrees as it needs to run for a good hour before the kick in, there were other minors too which needs to be addressed.
     
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