our massive library of OBDII, EOBD and VAG fault code definitions
on your own PC!
easy-to-use Windows software gives you instant access
to the trouble code definitions you need - whenever you need
resource for home-user or garage workshop. No
need to be permanently connected the internet - ideal for
supplied with installation and usage instructions.
features in October 2008 edition:
- 18,764 code definitions now available
(OBDII, EOBD and 5-digit VAG)
- store user notes against code definitions
- quick access to stored user notes
- multi-line display of long code definitions
- complete redevelopment of user interface
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minimum system requirements for the Gendan DTCD software
laptop or notebook PC
processor (or higher) running at 166MHz (or higher)
98, 2000, Me, XP, Vista or Windows 7
10MB of hard disk space
Coverage includes: generic OBDII/EOBD code definitions,
manufacturer-specific OBDII/EOBD code definitions and VW/Audi
Group (5-digit) code definitions
Any queries? Please
contact us at email@example.com
on database content
fault code definitions contained within the software have
been researched and included as accurately as possible.
are permitted to change the definitions of the manufacturer-specific
codes without notice, and are not required to use the same
definition for all models/systems.
multiple definitions have been found for a particular code,
we have included them where possible.
note that Gendan Limited cannot be held responsible for
inaccurate or incomplete information within the database
- definitions are provided as a guide only.
perform additional work to confirm the accuracy of a fault
replace parts on the basis of a fault code alone - further
testing should be performed
be aware that fault codes can be caused by a fault elsewhere
on the engine, electrical system or other system within
the car. Fault code definitions should be used in conjunction
with car service manuals or other documentation to establish
the root cause of the fault.