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Pocket Code Reader, Pocket Size
- Item # 22A834
- Mfr. Model # CP9125 C
- UNSPSC # 81141506
- Catalog Page # 1250
- Shipping Weight 0.8 lbs.
- ItemPocket Code Reader
- TypePocket Size
- Used ForDiagnostics
- FeaturesPocket-scan Code Reader is an Easy-to-Use Tool for Novice and Light-to-moderate Diy Customers It Enables the User to Read Diagnostic Trouble Codes DTCS from the onboard Computers of 1996 and Newer OBD LI Compliant Vehicles this Gives the User the Ability to Quickly Determine the Cause of the Check Engine Light Coming on once Repairs are Made the Pocket-scan Allows the User to Clear the Trouble Codes and Turn off the Light All Actron Code Readers and Scan Tools are CAN Compliant
- Number of Pieces2
- ApplicationScan Tool
- IncludesPocket Scanner and Cable
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