Rest the SRS light on Land Rover Discovery 2: Foxwell NT520 or Autel AL619

Car model and year: Land Rover Discovery 2

 

Purpose:

To be able to rest the SRS light and see if it tells which ABS sensor is throwing a code (maybe its not that smart).

 

User: DIYer, better handheld scanner.

 

Tool to consider to have:

  1. Nanocom: the GEMS Disco unit only supports the engine ECU, not any others.
  2. P38s: one dead, one working
  3. MSV line: seems to cover those but runs on a computer and is much more expensive due to hardware and module cost.

 

Then, what tools are tested OK to cover all systems of Discovery 2?

Review 1: I have this one:

http://www.obdii365.com/wholesale/autel-autolink-al619-srs-abs-obd2-can-scanner.html

It reads/erases ECU, SRS and ABS codes for EVERYTHING – including Ferraris. I’ve used it on Chevys, LR, BMW, VW, Cadillac, Mercedes, Nissan…

It doesn’t change BCU/ECU settings or activate ABS valves, but for diagnosing and resetting codes, it’s tough to beat for $120.

 

I have not used it on a D1, just my D2.

That said, for the BMW I had, I bought an adapter to get to the ABS/SRS units. Like this:

http://www.foxwelltool.com/wholesale/bmw-20pin-socket-and-connect-cable-for-nt510-scanner.html

 

Review 2: Foxwell NT520

Foxwell NT520 will fully cover your P38, and some D1 functions due to its similarity to GEMS P38.

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