The Thinkdiag scanner is available for both personal use and car service centers. It is a competitor to Launch adapters, as well as Autel AP200. Thincar is an American company, which has already produced 6 different car diagnostic scanners for cars.
Let’s consider one of the most interesting of them, the Thinkdiag adapter. The design, hardware and software are similar to Launch Easydiag 3.0. There is even a project for everyone who wants to become a Thincar investor, so it’s not Launch x431, but an independent company. Below we will consider the functions of the scanner and the conditions for its use.
You can buy Thinkdiag with 2 free car brands. But after contacting the support service via chat on the official website of mythinkcar, it turned out that only 1 car brand was for free.
At the same time they told that there would be 2 free brands and it would depend on the supplier; see the details in the video below. Whoever buys this device, please comment on what you received. Also, Thinkdiag provides free DEMO and EOBD to scan all cars via OBD2 protocol. The selected brand is given for 1 year of use.
After one year, you will have to pay for software renewal. The renewal of the car brand is USD 39.95, the renewal of resets is USD 49.95.
Thinkdiag: all brands
Activation of Thinkdiag for all brands is already possible. All car brands can be opened with 1 year of renewals. Trucks are also available which can be connected via a 24 V amplifier. To activate Thinkdiag, you should first check the adapter for a proper functionality.
If you have any questions about purchasing equipment and activating scanners, write here:
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To use the scanner with all car brands, there is Launch (with the Xdiag pro3 software) still available. In other cases, when the scanner is purchased for personal needs for 1-2 cars, you can consider Thinkdiag or Autel AP200.