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AutoEnginuity ProLine VCI PC Scan Tool (USB)

AutoEnginuity USB Advanced Car Diagnostic Scan Tool package with CAN support

AutoEnginuity ProLine VCI PC Scan Tool (USB)


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Professional OBDII and EOBD PC-based engine-diagnostic package for your workshop or home

AutoEnginuity comes complete with everything needed to connect a PC/laptop to EOBD/OBD II compliant cars. No other diagnostic equipment is required.

AutoEnginuity is easy-to-learn and very powerful.

The package comes with a detailed User Guide. You won't have to spend valuable time learning another piece of software, you can focus on what's important - servicing the vehicle.

Features include:

  • ScanTool software (current latest release version 12)
  • Read Stored and Pending engine-management fault codes (including 30,000+ manufacturer enhanced codes)
  • Read and clear Freeze Frame data
  • Clear the Check Engine light
  • View live vehicle sensors in a meter, graph, or gauge format
  • View oxygen sensor live data, sensor test results and sample plots of what you are to expect
  • View all 11 Inspection/Maintenance system test results
  • Unlimited logging of engine Diagnostic Trouble Codes and live vehicle sensors
  • Supports up to 233 sensors (vehicle dependent)
  • Unlimited logging in XML and CSV file formats
  • Configure the interface to suit your preferences
  • Supports all* EOBD compliant cars, i.e. all 2001 and newer European-sold petrol cars and 2004 and newer European-sold diesel cars
    (* - Passenger cars with a Gross Vehicle Weight rating of less than 2500kg)
  • Covers all EOBD / OBD-II protocols: J1850 (PWM and VPM), ISO-9141-2, ISO-14230 [KWP2000], and CAN (11-bit and 29-bit)
  • Enhancements available for Ford, Jaguar, BMW / Mini, Mercedes and Porsche
  • Interface has approx 1.8m cable length
  • More details...

The ScanTool package consists of:

  • AutoEnginuity ScanTool software (and SpeedTracer)
  • AutoEnginuity's vehicle interface with OBD-II / EOBD connector
  • 1.8m USB interface cable
  • User Guide
Why doesn't it work on all cars from 1996?
"The same/similar product from other suppliers works on all 1996 and newer cars...why doesn't yours?"
Please click here for more information

Free Software Updates:

The software is updated every quarter for any new features that vehicle manufacturers implement and, best of all, if you don't add enhancements, updates are free!

Minimum System Requirements:
  • USB port
  • Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Approx 150 Mb of free drive space
  • CD-ROM or DVD-ROM
  • 64 Mb of memory for Windows 2000 - more required for other operating systems.
    See Microsoft.com for the recommended amount of RAM for your operating system.

Note: PC not included with AutoEnginuity packages

Supports all OBDII/EOBD protocols, including CAN!

Sample Software Screenshots:

Live Data Meters:
Live data meters screenshot

Oxygen Sensor page:
Oxygen sensor graphing screenshot

Onboard Test Results:
Onboard test results screenshot
Please click here for more screenshots
Package contents:
Package contents
USB connector

This package is for PCs with a USB port.

The software is a complete EOBD/OBD-II implementation.

Some features AutoEnginuity offers that the others don’t:
  • Direct USB connection - no fiddly USB-to-serial converters, this unit provides a purpose-built direct USB connection
  • KWP2000 (ISO 14230) support and CAN support (as well as ISO 9141, J1850 PWM and VPW).
  • Support for the new extended sensor list (233 sensors - including the SAE J1979 May 2007 additions).
  • Wide-band O2 sensor support (vehicle dependent).
  • O2 sensor test results, including sample plots of what you are to expect.
  • Built-in TSB library for DTC and IM-related issues
  • Bi-directional support. You have the ability to initiate system and component tests (vehicle dependent).
  • Reporting of Monitored System components. If a system test fails now you can see the results from the failing component (vehicle dependent).
  • VIN reporting (vehicle dependent).

Product features

What AutoEnginuity's ScanTool can do:

  • Save, print, read and clear Stored and Pending P, U, B, and C Trouble Codes. Now supporting 15,000+ manufacturer specific codes.
  • Read and clear Freeze Frame data
  • View live vehicle sensors in a meter, graph, or gauge format.
  • View oxygen sensor live data and test results.
  • View all 11 Inspection/Maintenance systems and Mode 6 data.
  • Unlimited logging of live vehicle sensors in XML or CSV (1ms logging accuracy)
  • Playback your datalogs for offline analysis.
  • Run and query specific component and system tests. Support for generic and enhanced bi-directional tests.
  • View generic and manufacturer enhanced data on the same tool.
  • English or Metric (SI) units of measure supported.
  • Configure your sensors' ranges, scaling value, audible alert triggers, units, and sampling rate.
  • Savable configurations. Set up the interface to suit your preferences and save it so you never have to do it again.

Car support: UK-sold 2001+ petrol cars, 2004+ diesel cars.

Coverage will actually include some 2000 petrols and 2003 diesels, as cars manufactured for European sale in those years were supposed to be compliant.

SAE interfaces:
J1850 (PWM and VPM), ISO-9141-2, ISO-14230 [KWP2000], and CAN.

More information

Our newly updated connector comes with our latest software release version 10. Including new features such as save and print DTC and IM/Mode 6 data, playback, savable configurations, and translated Mode 6 data. Independent service shops and emissions training centers will enjoy being able to print DTC and IM/Mode 6 data for their customers. As with all our software updates--it's free!

Having trouble finding an intermittent issue? Data logging can be done in two different formats: 1) XML for browsers; and 2) CSV for spreadsheets. With our proprietary logging methods you can log up to nine sensors with 1ms of accuracy. Whether you logged in XML or CSV, you have the ability to playback and view your logs offline.

With AutoEnginuity’s ScanTool you have the ability to view all 11 of the inspection/maintenance system tests. These system tests can also be used to determine if the work performed fixed the problem or whether the vehicle will pass your local OBD-II-based emissions tests. Should a system test fail, you can see individual component results (Mode 6) fully translated and the data results scaled per the manufacturer's own specifications (vehicle dependant).

ScanTool gives you the ability to completely configure each indiviual sensor's sampling rate, ranges, alertible audio trigger points, units, and scaling value. Now tuners won't have to export their data to a spreadsheet to convert real-time data from A/D counts to Vs or back again. Simply change the scaling value. Once you have your sensors completely configured, save the whole vehicle configuration. With a double-click of the saved vehicle configuration you can launch the ScanTool, connect to the vehicle, and restore the user-interface as when you left it last.

It's important to have the right tools for the job. Don't waste your time with tools that require you to look-up codes in a book, that can't display the data in graphs, and aren't capable of being configured or updated. With AutoEnginuity's ScanTool you will have full diagnostic code descriptions displayed, visually preview live sensor data in three convenient formats, and enjoy the ability to configure and update your ScanTool as vehicle manufacturer's interfaces change. Buy the one tool that will help you diagnose all your OBD-II compliant vehicles, buy AutoEnginuity's ScanTool.

Requirements

USB Port, Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 operating system, 64 Mb of free drive space, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM, 64 Mb of memory.

The ScanTool package consists of:

  • AutoEnginuity's software
  • AutoEnginuity's OBD-II/EOBD vehicle interface
  • USB interface cable
  • User Guide
  • Quick Installation Guide



Supported parameters

The following sensors can be read by the AutoEnginuity package (where supported by the car):

Absolute Load Value B2S4 O2 Sensor Output Voltage
Absolute Throttle Position B3S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage
Absolute Throttle Position B B3S1 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio
Absolute Throttle Position C B3S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage
Absolute Throttle Position D B3S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage
Absolute Throttle Position E B3S2 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio
Absolute Throttle Position F B3S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage
Air Flow Rate From Mass Air Flow Sensor B4S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage
Ambient Air Temperature B4S1 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio
B1S1 Catalyst Temperature B4S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage
B1S1 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim B4S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage
B1S1 O2 Sensor Output Voltage B4S2 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio
B1S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage B4S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage
B1S1 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio Barometric Pressure
B1S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage Calculated Load
B1S2 Catalyst Temperature Command Secondary Air Status
B1S2 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Commanded EGR
B1S2 O2 Sensor Output Voltage Commanded Equivalence Ratio
B1S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage Commanded Evaporative Purge
B1S2 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio Commanded Throttle Actuator Control
B1S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage Control Module Voltage
B1S3 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Coolant Temperature
B1S3 O2 Sensor Output Voltage EGR Error
B1S4 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Engine RPM
B1S4 O2 Sensor Output Voltage Evaporative System Vapor Pressure
B2S1 Catalyst Temperature Fuel Level Input
B2S1 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Fuel Rail Pressure
B2S1 O2 Sensor Output Voltage Fuel Rail Pressure Relative To Manifold Vacuum
B2S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage Ignition Timing Advance for #1
B2S1 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio Intake Air Temperature
B2S1 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure
B2S2 Catalyst TemperatureLocation of Oxygen Sensors
B2S2 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Long Term Fuel Trim Bank One
B2S2 O2 Sensor Output Voltage Long Term Fuel Trim Bank Two
B2S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor 2 Voltage Relative Throttle Position
B2S2 WBO2 Sensor Equivalence Ratio Short Term Fuel Trim Bank One
B2S2 Wide Band O2 Sensor Voltage Short Term Fuel Trim Bank Two
B2S3 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Fuel Pressure
B2S3 O2 Sensor Output Voltage Vehicle Speed
B2S4 O2 Sensor Fuel Trim Fuel Type
Alcohol Fuel Percentage Absolute Evaporative System Vapor Pressure
Hybrid Battery Pack Life Engine Oil Temperature
Fuel Injection Timing Engine Fuel Rate
Emissions Requirements to Which Vehicle Designed Drivers Demand Engine - Percent Torque
Actual Engine - Percent Torque Engine Reference Torque
Engine Reference Torque - Idle Point 1 Engine Reference Torque - Idle Point 2
Engine Reference Torque - Idle Point 3 Engine Reference Torque - Idle Point 4
Engine Reference Torque - Idle Point 5 Auxiliary Inputs
Mass Air Flow Sensor A Mass Air Flow Sensor A
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 1 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor 2
Intake Air Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 1 Intake Air Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 2
Intake Air Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 3 Intake Air Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 1
Intake Air Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 2 Intake Air Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 3
Commanded EGR A Duty Cycle / Position Support Actual EGR A Duty Cycle / Position Support
EGR A Error  
Commanded EGR B Duty Cycle / Position Support Actual EGR B Duty Cycle / Position Support
EGR B Error Commanded Diesel Intake Air Flow Position A
Maximum Value for Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure Maximum Value for Air Flow Rate from Mass Air Flow
Type of Fuel Currently Being Utilized by the Vehicle Alcohol Fuel Percentage
Absolute EVAP System Vapor Pressure EVAP System Vapor Pressure
Short Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 1 Short Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 3
Long Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 1 Long Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 3
Short Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 2 Short Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 4
Long Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 2 Long Term Secondary O2 Sensor Fuel Trim - Bank 4
Fuel Rail Pressure - Absolute Relative Accelerator Pedal Position
Hybrid Battery Pack Engine Oil Temperature
Fuel Injection Timing Engine Fuel Rate
Emissions Requirements to Which Vehicle Is Designed Drivers Demand Engine Percent Torque
Actual Engine Percent Torque Engine Reference Torque
Engine Percent Torque Data at Point 1 Engine Percent Torque Data at Point 2
Engine Percent Torque Data at Point 3 Engine Percent Torque Data at Point 4
Engine Percent Torque Data at Point 5 Power Take Off Status
Auto Trans Neutral Drive Status Manual Trans Neutral Gear Status
Glow Plug Lamp Status Mass Air Flow Sensor A
Mass Air Flow Sensor B Engine Coolant Temperature 1
Engine Coolant Temperature 2 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1
Intake Air Temperature Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 2 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 3
Intake Air Temperature Sensor Bank 2 Sensor 1 Intake Air Temperature Sensor Bank 2 Sensor 2
Intake Air Temperature Sensor Bank 2 Sensor 3 Commanded EGR A Duty Cycle
Actual EGR A Duty Cycle EGR A Error
Commanded EGR B Duty Cycle Actual EGR B Duty Cycle
EGR B Error Commanded Intake Air Flow A Control
Relative Intake Air Flow A Position Commanded Intake Air Flow B Control
Relative Intake Air Flow B Position EGR Recirculation Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 1
EGR Recirculation Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 2 EGR Recirculation Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 1
EGR Recirculation Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 2 Commanded Throttle Actuator A Control
Relative Throttle A Position Commanded Throttle Actuator B Control
Relative Throttle B Position Commanded Fuel Rail Pressure A
Fuel Rail Pressure A Fuel Rail Temperature A
Commanded Fuel Rail Pressure B Fuel Rail Pressure B
Fuel Rail Temperature B Commanded Injection Control Pressure A
Injection Control Pressure A Commanded Injection Control Pressure B
Injection Control Pressure B Turbocharger Compressor Inlet Pressure Sensor A
Turbocharger Compressor Inlet Pressure Sensor B Commanded Boost Pressure A
Boost Pressure A Commanded Boost Pressure B
Boost Pressure B Boost Pressure A Control Status
Boost Pressure B Control Status Commanded Variable Geometry Turbo A Position
Variable Geometry Turbo A Position Commanded Variable Geometry Turbo B Position
Variable Geometry Turbo B Position VGT A Control Status
VGT B Control Status Commanded Wastegate A Position
Wastegate A Position Commanded Wastegate B Position
Wastegate B Position Exhaust Pressure Sensor Bank 1
Exhaust Pressure Sensor Bank 2 Turbocharger A RPM
Turbocharger B RPM Turbocharger A Compressor Inlet Temperature
Turbocharger A Compressor Outlet Temperature Turbocharger A Turbine Inlet Temperature
Turbocharger A Turbine Outlet Temperature Turbocharger B Compressor Inlet Temperature
Turbocharger B Compressor Outlet Temperature Turbocharger B Turbine Inlet Temperature
Turbocharger B Turbine Outlet Temperature Charge Air Cooler Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 1
Charge Air Cooler Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 2 Charge Air Cooler Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 1
Charge Air Cooler Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 2 Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 1
Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 2 Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 3
Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 1 Sensor 4 Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 1
Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 2 Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 3
Exhaust Gas Temperature Bank 2 Sensor 4 Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 1 Delta Pressure
Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 1 Inlet Pressure Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 1 Outlet Pressure
Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 2 Delta Pressure Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 2 Inlet Pressure
Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 2 Outlet Pressure Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 1 Inlet Temperature
Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 1 Outlet Temperature Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 2 Inlet Temperature
Diesel Particulate Filter Bank 2 Outlet Temperature Inside NOx Control Area
Outside NOx Control Area Inside Manufacturer-Specific NOx Control Area
NTE Deficiency for NOx Active Area Inside PM Control Area
Outside PM Control Area Inside Manufacturer-Specific PM Carve-Out Area
NTE Deficiency for PM Active Area Total Engine Run Time
Total Engine Idle Time Total Run Time with PTO
Total Run Time with EI-AECD #1 Active Total Run Time with EI-AECD #2 Active
Total Run Time with EI-AECD #3 Active Total Run Time with EI-AECD #4 Active
Total Run Time with EI-AECD #5 Active Total Run Time with EI-AECD #6 Active
Total Run Time with EI-AECD #7 Active Total Run Time with EI-AECD #8 Active
Total Run Time with EI-AECD #9 Active Total Run Time with EI-AECD #10 Active
NOx Sensor Concentration Bank 1 Sensor 1 NOx Sensor Concentration Bank 2 Sensor 1
Manifold Surface Temperature Average Reagent Consumption
Average Demanded Reagent Consumption Reagant Tank Level
Total Run Time with NOx Warning Active PM Sensor Mass Concentration Bank 1 Sensor 1
PM Sensor Mass Concentration Bank 2 Sensor 1 Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure A
Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure B  

Screenshots

Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Live data meters
Live data meters

Live data graphs
Live data graphs
Oxygen Sensor graphs
Oxygen Sensor graphs
Live data grid view
Live data grid view
On-board test results, including translated Mode 6 results
On-board test results, including translated Mode 6 results
Printed reports for fault codes, test results and saved data
Printed reports for fault codes, test results and saved dataPrinted reports for fault codes, test results and saved data

Frequently asked questions

Will I have to buy a separate version of AutoEnginuity's ScanTool for each of the four standard OBDII/EOBD vehicle interfaces (Ford/GM/Asian and European)?

No. AutoEnginuity's ScanTool includes all four vehicle interfaces (ISO/KWP2000, VPW, PWM and CAN) in a single compact connector. This is a cost savings of hundreds of pounds over competing units.

Will I have to buy updates every year to keep the OBDII ScanTool current?

No. The OBDII connector was designed on an electrical interface standard that hasn't changed in years. All updates are implemented in software and field updateable. The software is updated every quarter for any new features that vehicle manufacturers implement and best of all it's free.

I’m not a professional mechanic, even with AutoEnginuity's ScanTool, will I have to take my car to an authorised service centre for repairs?

That depends on your skill set and your vehicle’s problem. The main point of the package is to help you figure out what service, if any, your vehicle requires. Whether you are a skilled technician or a Do-It-Yourselfer, AutoEnginuity’s ScanTool offers you unparalleled access to your vehicle’s engine computer so that you can examine system test results and live sensor data. What’s more, the User Guide is packed with information that will help you understand engine management and how to use the tool to diagnose the problem. If you don't have the tools or mechanical skills to perform the work, then at least you'll be armed with the knowledge of what the problem really is. In those cases where the Check Engine/Service Engine Soon indicator is illuminated for something as trivial as a loose fuel cap, you can prevent the costly and time-consuming trip to an authorised service centre.

Is there enough information in the generic OBDII interface to service my vehicle?

Yes. The generic OBDII interface supports sensors that can tell you if something is wrong with your vehicle. If your vehicle is equipped with OBDII, then the emission-related sensors are directly affecting your vehicle’s performance. If any of those sensors detect a malfunction your vehicle will perform badly or can breakdown. For the most part, the sensors used by the generic OBDII interface are those that are required for even the most complex servicing. If your vehicle supports an OBDII enhanced interface (Ford or Toyota), then you can also purchase the optional expansion modules, which support more sensors and fault codes. The enhanced support gives you even more information with which to diagnose your vehicle.

Why not buy a cheap tool to clear the Check Engine/Service Engine Soon indicator or wait for it to go away?

The Check Engine/Service Engine Soon indicator is connected to the engine computer, which constantly senses for faults. Even if you did reset the Check Engine/Service Engine Soon indicator, or wait for the computer to stop sensing the fault, something is wrong. It's unwise to pretend that the fault didn't happen. A potentially serious engine-related issue could strand you on the side of the road and/or cost you a lot more money, because you ignored it or waited until it was too late to service the vehicle. You need the peace of mind that your vehicle is in top operating condition. Even if the problem is trivial, it could affect your vehicle’s performance—and that’s costing you money.

How do I know if my vehicle is OBDII/EOBD compliant?

If your petrol passenger vehicle was manufactured for sale in Europe, with the model year of 2001 or newer (and in some cases 2000), you have the EOBD / OBDII interface. EOBD diesel vehicles start with the 2004 model years.

What vehicles does the ScanTool or SpeedTracer not work with?

The EPA has listed the 2000 Nissan Maxima and Altima as non-compliant because of a hybrid protocol implementation and they will not connect. BMW M3/M5/Z8 2001-2004 are not compliant and the EPA is looking into this currently. As of February 2005, AutoEnginuity does communicate with these BMW models. The Volvo V70 will connect but show no information.

What is CAN?

CAN is short for Controller Area Network. It will be the required electrical interface for all vehicles beginning in the model year of 2008. Some vendors began using CAN exclusively in the model year of 2004 (Ford, Jaguar, Mazda, Mercedes, and Nissan). While other manufacturers implemented it selectively in their vehicles beginning in the 2004 model year (Porsche, SAAB, and Toyota).

 


Software information

Also included FREE with the AutoEnginuity packages:

SpeedTracer Stage I
Free to all AutoEnginuity ScanTool purchasers!

SpeedTracer is performance analysis software for your car. Are you curious if that new part/modification worked? Is your vehicle performing to its fullest capabilities? With SpeedTracer, we can help you answer those questions. Save hundreds of pounds running dynos on your vehicles. What's more, you can run the performance analysis at YOUR convenience--not regular shop hours.

What it can do:

  • 0-60ft time
  • 0-60 MPH
  • 1/8 mile time
  • 1/8 mile speed
  • 1/4 mile time
  • 1/4 mile speed
  • G Forces
  • SAE Horsepower and Torque vs RPM graphing
  • Speed vs Time graphing (Acceleration and Deceleration)
  • Compute Gear Ratio and Cd
  • Compute Volumetric Efficiency

Dyno tab

Acceleration tab

SpeedTracer doesn't use accelerometers, so road conditions will not affect your results. It uses the "rolling" chassis dynamometer method to measure your vehicle's horsepower and torque. You won't be required to start your dynamometer testing from a complete stand-still. Now you can perform your analysis in the gear that is best for your vehicle--not the testing equipment.

How accurate is the "rolling" chassis dynamometer method? Of the two methods (crankshaft or chassis) the "rolling" chassis method produces the most usable results. This method will show you what the net horsepower and torque are at the driven wheels; after the frictional losses from the clutch/torque converter, the driveshaft, half-shafts, the differential, air resistance, and drag. We have tested and proven our methods accuracy through several tests against very expensive roller-based dynamometer equipment.

What sets our performance analysis software apart is that the results are corrected for environmental variables using the SAE J1349 standard and built in vehicle profiles.

Braking tab

Settings tab

Using the current environmental variables (humidity, elevation, and temperature) we can correct the results to ensure the most accurate and consistent results. Correcting for environmental variables is not enough in the case of force induction vehicles. The SAE formulas are made for normally aspirated vehicles. We go one step further and correct for forced induction as well. Without these corrections your torque and horsepower readings would be inaccurate from day to day and region to region.

SpeedTracer makes inputting your vehicle profile easy because it has most vehicle profiles built in. If your vehicle's profile is listed, simply select it and begin your performance analysis. In case you have special modifications to your vehicle, you can change your vehicle profile to take those into account too. You can also create and modify vehicle profiles to suit your needs.

How does it work: 1) set the environmental variables so the proper corrections can be made; 2) select your vehicle profile; and, 3) run your vehicle to its full potential and see your results. It's that easy.


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Review submitted on 11/01/2014 by John Patrick Iversen
As a Professional car mechanic With over 20 years of experience i have worked With many different aftermarked diagnostic Tools such as Bosch, Wow, Texa etc. These systems are good, but work poorly on car brands as Jaguar, Land Rover etc. In my experience it seems like Auto Enginuity works very well on cars like Jaguar, and compared to what the system costs, it provides great value for Money. So here in Norway there are no other diagnostic tools that i know of, that works better on Jaguar on the after marked.

Best Regards
John Patrick Iversen


Review submitted on 16/11/2011 by Dirk Docx
I bought the scan tool to work on my Jaguars.
it works perfect, and the best thing is the aftersales support.
the solution is only a phone call or email away !!

I recommend the company to all serious workshops

D. Docx Belgium



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