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Old 12-21-2017, 11:48 AM
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I have been reading these forums for years now but finally failed to find something. So I had to broke down and am posting for the first time. I am looking for an all purpose ODBII CAN-Bus tool for the JK (specifically a 2015). There are tons of generic scanners that scan only universal (mostly emission based) codes and a few that can scan other fault codes. I also know of a few tools that can affect the TMPS and adjust speed sensor calibrations for larger tire sizes.

HOWEVER, I am looking for something like the IID-GAP tool that I bought for my 2006 Range Rover. This tool lets you check all fault codes (even things like high voltage on subwoofer amp 1) that can be set and monitor nearly all parameters that are measured by the cars computers (Exhaust Gas Temp, Transmission oil temp, MAF volume flow rate, raw voltages of nearly all of these sensors). It also lets you program new keys, clear transmission shift adaptations, change programming to accept a new transmission, and flash the ECU (though all profiles are pre-made and you have to purchase them separately).
And it displays all of this with either a laptop interface or a BT mobile interface.

I realize that the JK does not have as many sensors as the Range Rover, but there has to be a tool that can do most of this stuff (the dealer and good garages can).

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Old 12-21-2017, 02:34 PM   #2
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There is if you have deep pockets.. Snap-on has a 'scan-it-all' scanner. It's over $9000 US. I'm not aware of any cheaper ones that will scan just about every system on the CAN bus. Hopefully some forum members do know of less expensive ones.


Here's what the device is capable of checking on FCA vehicles:
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AutoEnginuity, perhaps?

If the custom PIDS are available, maybe even Torque.


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Old 12-28-2017, 09:17 PM   #4
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I have been using HP Tuners (hptuners.com) for 15 years. They have two levels. Just a scanner or a programmer/scanner. I have the programmer/scammer setup called VCM Suite Professional. It runs about $650 but it can do a lot. Attached is a screen shot of the PID list. I expanded it out and it has hundreds of PIDs. Just look at the slide bar on the right. The part that is showing is less than 10% of the list. The support is great and they are always adding features. Check it out.
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