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Craftsman CanOBD2® ABS+SRS Scan Tool
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Craftsman CanOBD2® ABS+SRS Scan Tool

Item# 00925488000P | Model# 25488 | Added on October 21, 2010 | Seller: Sears.com
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CanOBD2 174 ABS SRS Scan Tool Lets You Check Engine Readings at Home
Every mechanic knows that "check engine" lights are just a part of life, and a Craftsman CanOBD2 174 ABS SRS scan tool can help greatly reduce the aggravation and time spent on your repairs and maintenance. Whether you're a home mechanic or a pro, you need a good code scanner to help point you in the right direction of necessary maintenance. While many auto parts stores, garages and dealerships offer low-cost readings, you can save time and money by having your own scanner at home.
Using the CanOBD2 174 ABS SRS scan tool, you can quickly and easily find out exactly what problem code your car's computer is reading to trigger your "check engine," SRS or ABS light. It works on virtually all popular vehicles made on or after 1996, and can receive regular updates through any Windows computer with a USB port. Just plug it in to read the vehicle's codes, and have the ability to reset codes when you're ready to check if the problem has been fixed. A fast way to get to the real problem fast, add this scanner to your shop, and get the knowledge that gets the job done right.

  • The Craftsman CanOBD2 174 ABS SRS scan tool reads codes on virtually all passenger vehicles for model year 1996 and later
  • Receives updates through any Windows computer with a USB port
  • Choose to read menus and codes in English, Spanish or French
  • Run State Emissions readiness tests
  • Find out what's causing your "check
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6 found this review helpful
by HeroG
March 8th, 2013
Wow!

I do a lot of work on cars in free time. This has already saved me a lot of time figuring out why check engine lights are on. It scans for all srs and abs codes which is very convenient. I would recommend to anyone who does even a little bit of work on their cars. Guarantee it will save time and money.

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by DadHasFun
April 11th, 2013
Over Priced

As a retired Chrysler Tech I knew this tool would have some limitations compared to the DRBIII. I bought this to use on my 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport 3.8l AWD, I was impressed that I would be able to pull codes in SRS and ABS systems in addition to the PCM. Issue 1: we had an airbag issue (codes 46 + 47) drivers and passengers seat belt squibs, it was a wild goose chase after replacing both buckles at no small cost, the codes wouldn't clear, all wiring and connectors were perfect I replaced the SRS module out of desperation and didn't have any issues for years until this Issue 2: The airbag light came back, when I pulled SRS codes that the tool says are undefinable, #40 and #64 then it says to see the manufacturers website (INNOVA) for code description except they have no clue what the codes are and want to charge an additional 60.00 a year to provide vehicle specific code information. With the cost of this tool I don't think it is right.

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Barry Larson
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May 23rd, 2013
DadHasFun

Over Priced

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As a retired Chrysler Tech I knew this tool would have some limitations compared to the DRBIII. I bought this to use on my 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport 3.8l AWD, I was impressed that I would be able to pull codes in SRS and ABS systems in addition to the PCM. Issue 1: we had an airbag issue (codes 46 + 47) drivers and passengers seat belt squibs, it was a wild goose chase after replacing both buckles at no small cost, the codes wouldn't clear, all wiring and connectors were perfect I replaced the SRS module out of desperation and didn't have any issues for years until this Issue 2: The airbag light came back, when I pulled SRS codes that the tool says are undefinable, #40 and #64 then it says to see the manufacturers website (INNOVA) for code description except they have no clue what the codes are and want to charge an additional 60.00 a year to provide vehicle specific code information.
With the cost of this tool I don't think it is right.

April 11th, 2013 via craftsman.com
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HeroG

Wow!

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I do a lot of work on cars in free time. This has already saved me a lot of time figuring out why check engine lights are on. It scans for all srs and abs codes which is very convenient. I would recommend to anyone who does even a little bit of work on their cars. Guarantee it will save time and money.

March 8th, 2013 via craftsman.com
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February 2nd, 2013
Priscilla Mays
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January 14th, 2013
Louis Blyskal
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January 14th, 2013
Odarnoc

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Works Well

January 7th, 2013 via sears.com
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December 29th, 2012
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December 7th, 2012
PAULA WILLIAMS
December 6th, 2012
usseal

Price to high for what it does

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Overall it works good! Ive never used one before but its pretty easy! Pros. Easy to plug in and scan codes, has a program for the pc to help tell you what the code is. Has multiple connectors for different brand vehicles. Cons- doesnt come with the right pc adapter i had to go to radioshack to buy a adapter for it another 50 bucks! Price is way to high. I'd say worth no more then $100.00. The program that comes with it also you have to download other software and update it. Took way to much of my time and found it to be annoying. Had to go to multiple sites to find the software to make it work!

November 13th, 2012 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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Tom1434

Scan Tool

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I am no computer genious; this scanner is very operator friendly. For the price it has options that units a few hundred dollars more have.

November 7th, 2012 via sears.com
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falv6

Craftsman CanOBD2 ABS SRS Scan Tool

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Will not scan some GM in SRS mode. Don't drop 300 bucks unless you check with craftsman and see if it will scan SRS on your car or truck. All other modes seem to work fine,

June 6th, 2012 via sears.com
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brokenrim

OBD BLEAHHH!!!

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Piece of crap. I purchased this scanner as an upgrade from the Innova 3100 that I was running. This scanner is no better than a $20 pocket scanner. Codes are incorrect, only reads American vehicles made in Mexico. ( exaggeration) But seriously? I would purchase this tool again if they were selling it for $50 or less.

March 30th, 2012 via sears.com
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emcdonald

Best scan tool for any do-it-yourself repair. It was a great buy

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<p>This scan tool does it all for a great price. There are not that many scan tools on the market that are a 3 in 1 ABS,SRS,OBD2 for under $400.00. I have seen similar products from OTC and other tool companys that sell a similar scan tool for $700.00 plus. I would recommend this tool to any repair shop or do-it-yourself type repairer.</p>

February 13th, 2012 via craftsman.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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