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Using The Scan Tool
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1.Select Print Data.
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Component Locator
Acronyms
Review Data
Main Menu
Code Lookup
System Setup
Print Data
•Use
UP
or
DOWN
arrow
key until Print Data is
highlighted.
•Press ENTER.
On the Print Data menu, Print All prints all data collected by the Scan
Tool.
When printing a Recording, Start Frame and End Frame need to be
defined.
2.
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Print All
I/M Monitors
DTCs (Codes)
State OBD Check
Recording
View Fre eze Data
Print Data
Print All
Select Data To Be Printed.
•Use
UP
or
DOWN
arrow
key.
•Press ENTER.
The Print Data menu shows a
check mark next to the items that
have data.
If there isn’t a checkmark next to the item, then this item can’t be
selected until the appropriate function is run from the Diagnostic
Menu.
3.Return to Select Print Data screen.
•Press BACK.
Code Lookup
Code Lookup is used to look up definitions of DTCs stored in the Scan
Tool.
If Code Lookup is selected from the Main Menu, the tool will display
Vehicle Selection. Selecting a vehicle in Code Lookup from the Main
Menu does not change the current (previously selected) vehicle. It is
only a temporary change to allow you to lookup DTC for a vehicle other
than the previous vehicle.
When selecting Code Lookup from the Diagnostic Menu, the tool
goes to the Select Module screen, if the selected vehicle supports
more than one module. Select the desired module to access the Enter
Code screen, since the vehicle was already selected.
The Scan Tool does not require power from the vehicle to perform this
function.
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