THE LAUNCH CREADER IS FOR WORKSHOPS OR D.I.Y OWNERS OF MOTOR CARS/BAKKIES
This pocket scanner upon the success of previous CReader models by adding a larger, higher resolution backlit LCD screen, easier to navigate menu functions and controls, as well as internet upgradeability. It not only can read/clear Diagnostic Trouble Codes, DTC's, but also can read live data in 2 modes, and perform many special tests. Tri-languages make it operation easily for a technician. The feature of upgrading online ensures it can test new model cars and/or functions in the future.
1. Read codes
2. Clear codes
3. I/M Readiness Monitor Status
4. Read Freeze Frame
5. Manufacturer Specific DTC Definitions Built In
6. VIN ID
7.Free updates via the internet!
8.Multiple Languages - English, Spanish, and French
The Launch CReader series of diagnostic tools is designed for both professional workshops and do-it-yourself (DIY) owners. These tools offer a wide range of diagnostic features and capabilities, making them suitable for various users:
Many professional auto repair shops and mechanics use Launch CReader tools because they provide advanced diagnostics and can help with troubleshooting complex issues.
These tools are often more expensive than basic code readers, but they offer professional-level features and support for a wide range of vehicle makes and models.
Features may include advanced system diagnostics, live data streaming, special function support, and the ability to perform more in-depth testing and repairs.
Launch CReader also offers entry-level diagnostic tools that are user-friendly and suitable for DIY owners who want to perform basic diagnostics on their vehicles.
These tools are typically more affordable and have a more straightforward interface for users who may not have professional-level training.
They can help DIY users read and clear trouble codes, access basic information about their vehicle's systems, and determine if a problem needs further attention or a visit to a mechanic.
The key to choosing the right Launch CReader model is to consider your specific needs and level of expertise. If you are a professional mechanic or own an auto repair shop, you may want a more advanced CReader model with comprehensive diagnostic capabilities. If you're a DIY car owner who wants to perform basic diagnostics and maintenance, a simpler and more budget-friendly model should suffice.
When selecting a CReader model, it's important to ensure it is compatible with the make and model of your vehicle and provides the features you need to diagnose and maintain your car effectively.