Actron CP9135 AutoScanner Diagnostic Code Scanner with On Screen Definitions for OBDII Vehicles

Actron CP9135 AutoScanner Diagnostic Code Scanner with On Screen Definitions for OBDII Vehicles

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B00009RAX7
  • Item model number: CP9135

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  • Diagnostic code scanner easily retrieves trouble codes from your vehicle's computer to diagnose problems
  • Compatible with all OBD II-compliant vehicles from 1996 to the present
  • Large easy-to-read LCD screen displays DTCs and their descriptions
  • Monitor status and I/M readiness determines if your vehicle is ready for an emissions test
  • Scanner includes a one-year limited warranty

Is your car's check engine light on? If it is, your car is trying to tell you something and the Actron CP9135 OBD II AutoScanner speaks its language. Use this scanner to unlock the information stored in your car's computer. The scanner is compatible with all OBD II (On-Board Diagnosis II) compliant vehicles manufactured in North America, Asia, and Europe from 1996 to the present.

Turn off that distracting "check engine" light.
In addition, the CP9135 is fully updateable, so it is designed to accommodate future vehicles as well. The device features a large, easy-to-read liquid crystal display that shows the trouble code and its definition. And although you still have to fix the problem, the scanner will deactivate the "check engine" light on your dash so you'll no longer be distracted while you drive.

The CP9135 is simple and easy to use. The attached OBD II 16-pin connector cable provides both data and power connections, while the eight-foot cable and rugged housing are both oil- and grease-resistant for added durability. Once the scanner is connected, the extremely user friendly menu provides a variety of information in a snap. Use the Monitor Status and I/M Readiness (Inspection/Maintenance) function to determine if your vehicle is ready for an emissions test. The I/M Readiness is an excellent function to use prior to having a vehicle inspected for compliance to a state emissions program, so you'll have a good idea if your vehicle will pass the standards.

Another important thing to remember is that all emission testing facilities will fail a vehicle that has the "check engine" light illuminated at the time of the test--even if it is only lit to remind you of a past-due oil change or 60,000-mile tune-up. With this scanner, you can shut off the check engine light and pass the emissions test on your terms. The menu also alerts you of any pending DTCs and reads the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) status. By reading the MIL status the scanner gives insight into what might cause your "check engine" light to turn on in the near future. In this way, the scanner also provides some preventive measures to help you keep a close eye on your vehicle's systems. These functions, combined with the simple "hot keys" used to read and erase DTCs, make the CP9135 scanner a perfect solution for identifying problems with your vehicle and keeping you safe on the road.

Amazon Customer Reviews 

Life Saver, 
June 30, 2009
5 Stars

This little gadget has helped both hubby and several of our friends un-needed trips to the dealership or a mechanic to hook up to a diagnostic machine! Worth the money several times over!!!!

Outstanding product, 
June 19, 2008
5 Stars

This is an easy to use inexpesive product, especially when you couple it to getting the Amazon credit card. Instead of shelling out over $100 for my mechanic to tell me the check engine lite was a nusance lite, I can check the status and clear the lite myself and keep up with any problems that may be lurking. Best thing I've bought for my Jag in a long time.

Great for inspections!, 
June 10, 2008
5 Stars

I bought this scanner because my nissan's check engine light went off and on over and over again. I went to an auto store to have them read codes. They read the codes for free, however would NOT reset the light for me. I can now reset my light and also check to see if it is in what is called the "ready" mode for me to get it inspected. Turned off light, got it inspected, and I am good for one more year! I have also reset about 5 of my friend's vehicles for them. Great product and great price!

Saved me the purchase price, 
April 3, 2008
5 Stars

I had the Check Engine light come on in my 1997 Honda. I bought this to see why. The O2 sensor reported bad. But I reset the MIL light and it has not come on since. If I took it to a shop, they would have sold me a new O2 sensor and labor $200,00 or so. I'm ahead $150.

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