An OBD2 Scanner with ABS and SRS capabilities is a great tool for ensuring that your vehicles brakes, clutch control system, starter motor, power steering, transmission and other components are operating in optimal condition. An OBD2 Scanner is designed to monitor the data sent out by the car’s diagnostic system. It can visually inspect and record data such as the timing, voltage, timing belts, coolant and the engine idle speed. This can all be done with a visual computer interface via a serial cable connection or with an OBD2 Bus connector and includes the ability to store the data in its internal memory or on an SD card.
The OBD2 Scanner is a two-speed analog variable pulse-code scanner, which uses an OBD2 Bus connector to communicate with the vehicle’s diagnostic system. It has a flexible parameter setting and can process multiple data streams simultaneously. The OBD2 scanner monitors the vehicle’s positive side and the negative side idle air pressure and acceleration. With the data from the scanner, the system can determine the reason why the car is not accelerating and if the problem could be with one of the following: the negative side spark plug, the negative side solenoid or the positive side ignition switch.
OBD2 scanners are available in a wide range of sizes, including handheld, passenger side airbags, passenger side headlamps, front bumper sensor, passenger side door mounted OBD reader scan tool and many more. Some OBD2 scanners even have the capability to work with factory-integrated OBD codes. Most scanners include OBD2 adapter to connect to the vehicle’s diagnostic system. Most OBD2 scanners require an OBD2 Bus connector or an SD card to interface with the vehicle’s diagnostic system.