ANCEL VD700 All System OBD2 Scanner with 8 Special Functions
ANCEL VD700 All System OBD2 Scanner with 8 Special Functions

ANCEL VD700 All System OBD2 Scanner 8 Special Function Vehicle Diagnostic Code Reader VAG Oil TPMS EPB TPS Reset Injector Adjustment Steering Angle Learning DPF Scan Tool

ANCEL VD700 is an upgraded version of ANCEL VD500 OBD II Scanner. Professional VW Group Vehicle Diagnostics (VW/AUDI/SKODA/SEAT), can diagnose all systems (such as ABS, transmission, SAS, SRS, ESP, TPMS, etc.) and special functions (such as throttle position, brake pad return, TPMS) Reset, Steering Angle Learn, Oil Service Reset, Injector Learn, Battery Register, DPF Reset, etc.) The VAG was sold after 1996 in the USA. Equipped with advanced STM processor, 2.8 inch screen, dual color user interface, 11 display languages ​​and special feedback functions. With automatic model detection, it can diagnose your vehicle in seconds. We also offer free lifetime updates to ensure they always have the latest error code database.

ANCEL VD700 supports more than 8 general maintenance functions

Resetting the Electric Parking Brake (EPB): The Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is an electronically controlled parking brake technology. The VD700 is an essential tool for loosening the rear electric parking brake assembly when changing the rear brake pads or discs, allowing the caliper pistons to move backwards. It can also scan codes and turn off the electric parking brake light when finished. (Note: See product manual and documentation for additional electric parking brake steps.)

TPMS Reset: After changing tires, the VD700 can be used to clear the code and turn off the TPMS warning light. (Note: Some vehicles with TP20 protocol do not support this function. Please use the vehicle reset button to reset the TPMS warning light.)

Adjusting the throttle position: If you encounter these problems: the engine may stall or has a malfunction, the engine may not run smoothly, there may be insufficient power, or the transmission (gear) may not shift properly, which means you need to check from the throttle position. sensor (TPS). After that, the problem code should be cleared. VD700 can clear codes and reset TPS. (Note: All protocols are supported, but KWP1281, KWP2000 and TP16 protocols require manual operation.)

Oil Service Reset: If you need to reset your oil service after an oil change or just want to reset your check engine light (make sure your car is in good condition), this is the device you need.

Steering Angle Sensor Calibration: You can use the VD700 to read the trouble code, perform sensor calibration if necessary, and clear the code when finished. (Note: 1. Before resetting the SAS, align the steering wheel to the center and the front wheels forward. 2. After resetting the SAS, the SAS MIL lamp on the dashboard will light up, if the scan code cannot be cleared, you need to turn on the ignition and pull the wheels on As: left end, right end, back to center.)

Injector learning: After replacing your vehicle's injector, you must write the new injector code, which tells the ECU what compensation level is required to improve emissions and ensure smooth operation. VD700 can help you with this process.

Battery saver: Pair the controller and steering sensor again to clear the original low battery information. After changing the battery, registration is required, please select the appropriate battery capacity, brand and serial number.

DPF Regeneration: The most common reasons for DPF failure are: The short term motor does not reach its optimum operating temperature. A stuck EGR valve will increase the flow of diesel soot through the DPF. Defective injectors send too much fuel into the air/fuel mixture. The VD700 performs a forced regeneration. After replacing the filter, turn off the DPF light and reset the ECU. After adding, reset the auxiliary light.

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