Thinkcar is an American company manufacturing diagnostic scanners for cars.
It is gradually adding new devices to its product line, but we will consider those that cost up to $120.
In total, the company offers 6 scanners with functionality for both personal and professional use.
Let’s take a look at what scanners are available, their features, and which are worth buying and which are not worth spending your money on.
This is a stand-alone scanner that does not require any additional devices to connect to the car.
The device can be placed in the glove compartment and, if necessary, perform diagnostics at any time.
The scanner connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and performs diagnostics via OBD2 protocol.
This device can only recognize those errors that car manufacturers have opened for OBD2 protocol.
It is not possible to carry out a deep diagnostics of systems, and the scanner price is $54.95.
The device performs a complete diagnostics of all electronic control units.
Its functionality is alike Easydiag 2.0 with the original software. You can read errors on all blocks, delete them, and check data in real time.
The scanner does not perform any adaptations, resets, or tests of the executive mechanisms. The cost of the adapter is $36. It is not still known how much it will cost to buy the software.
This scanner has special functions besides diagnostics of all systems.
Such as: adaptations, resets of service intervals, and test of actuators. Adapter price: $119.95.
2 car brands are free to choose from. The rest of the brands cost $39.95 apiece and $49.95 for one reset of service intervals.
Among all available scanners, only Thinkdiag deserves attention. You can buy it not only on the official website, but also on Aliexpress using the cashback to return some money for the purchase.
The cost of activation of all brands in Thinkdiag is $130.
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