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Curious about the Foxwell NT510 for $179.00 with free US shipping, can order it with one free software for the following vehicles:

1. Chrysler
2. GM
3. Honda, Accura
4. Hyundai,Kia
5. Toyota,Lexus, Sicon
6. Land Rover, Jaguar
7. OPEL, Vauxhall
8. VW, AUDI, Seat, Skoda
9. BMW
10. Fiat
11. American Ford

Same scanner can be used with any other of the listed vehicles for $60.00 each as they say. And also free software updates for 18 months for the vehicle you chose.

Just read a small section of the owners manual on ABS, something you will never find on a generic scanner, not only codes, but can manually activate the solenoids and ABS pump as well for very quick and positive brake bleeding. This alone is intriguing to me.

Would appreciate comments for actual users, thank you.
 

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NT510 is a good diagnostic tool ,cheap and powerful ,I used to have one and bought it from OBDexpress.co.uk only spend $163 ,tested it many function is ok ,but NT510 can not work auto pin for chevy ,should manually pick the truck ,and can not sure if the scanner can read fault codes and run an autoscan successfully for 2012 Avalanche LTZ.anyone with nt510 can test this vehicle and share the result with me?thank you in advance !
For Chevy diagnosis ,recommed Tech2 scanner :happy:
 
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