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.
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.
I have used it a couple of times and works well.
Before purchasing this scanner last month, I was looking for a decent scanner and one of my mechanic friend lent us his scanner (old version) and since I was very happy with the result. I purchased 1 for our garage and until today, we are very satisfied with the scanner.