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Foxwell NT530 Multi-System Scanner OBD2 Code Reader For Aston Martin

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Product Description

Foxwell NT530 with One Free software for Aston Martin

Foxwell NT530 Aston Martin Multi-System Scanner Works with Latest 1996-2020 Vehicles for Aston Martin

The Foxwell NT530 is the successor to the hugely popular NT520 Pro and NT510 Pro, but is based upon a new platform for faster performance and easier updates. It is a low-cost handheld scan tool that offers comprehensive coverage for a single car manufacturer - ideal for specialist garages and car enthusiasts.

Product details

  • Functions: All system diagnostics, all special functions.
  • Coverage: Compatible with global OBDI/OBDII/EOBD. All System Diagnosis from 1996 to 2020, and part of latest 2021.
  • Software: Comes with one software for free. Also can add extra software here : NT530 Software Authorization 
  • Download: Lifetime Free Update. All software can be downloaded from Foxassist APP, FoxAssistSetup_V1.10.002.exe  Update Guide: Foxwell NT530 Software Installation Guide
  • Update Require OS: Windows OS, can not work on MAC OS currently, please kindly noted. 
  • User Manual: Foxwell NT530 Manual_English_V1.02
  • Lifetime Free Technical Support Get supports from engineers from Foxwell directly. Please contact us freely if you have any problem about the products
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Important Update!! The NT530 series software was upgraded to version V1.11.006, a historical record query is added. The VIN code can be directly saved here, you can check vehicle information without having to enter it every time.
  • NT530 Upgrade


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foxwell nt530 multi-functional

What Can Foxwell NT530 Aston Martin Do for Your Car?
  • Read and erase Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC's) from most (if not all) electronically controlled systems, including Engine, ABS, Airbag, Automatic Transmission, Immobiliser and Climate Control
  • Turns off dashboard warning lights
  • Displays fault code definitions on-screen (where available)
  • Displays live sensor data
  • Displays live data graphs, including graph merging
  • Reads and Erases engine fault codes on EOBD compliant cars (all* 2001+ petrol cars and 2004+ diesel cars)
  • Display live engine sensor data on EOBD compliant cars
  • Multilingual menu options and code definitions
  • 2.8 inch backlit colour LCD display
  • No batteries required - powered from the car's diagnostic port
  • FREE Lifetime Software Updates after registration
  • 1 year warranty
Model Coverage:
Coverage correct as of April 2020.
Models must have 16-pin diagnostic connector.
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Top Reasons to get the Foxwell NT530 pro:

1.Foxwell NT530 Offers OE-Level Diagnosis at Unbeatable Value.    
- Gets access to all electronic systems                    
- Runs component/system bi-directional tests                    
- Supports advanced functions such as adaptations and control module coding      
- Supports the most commonly required service features like steering angle sensor (SAS) calibration, DPF regeneration, ABS bleeding, BCM/SIR setup, etc                                
- Upgradable to cover more car makes at unbeatable value  
- Retrieves ECU information   
- Displays freeze frame data     
- Reads and clears diagnostic trouble codes and resets MIL of all systems
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2. Foxwell NT530 Can Find Troubles More Accurately.                    
- Shows live vehicle sensors data in text and graph formats                    
- Merges interactive live sensor graphs for easy and intuitive diagnosis                    
- Records and playbacks your data-logs to catch intermittent failures
foxwell nt530 live data
foxwell nt530 live data

3. Foxwell NT530 Vehicle coverage:
Abarth, Acura, Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Audi, BMW, Chrysler, Ferrari, Fiat, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar, Kia, Lancia, Lexus, Land Rover, Maserati, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, MINI, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Opel, Porsche, Renault, Rolls-Royce, Scion, Seat, Skoda, Smart, Sprinter Toyota, Vauxhall, VW

foxwell nt530vehicle coverage
4. Lifetime Free Update
Works with the latest 2018/2019 models
- It is free update for lifetime after your purchase
- Upgradable to cover more car makes at unbeatable value

5. User-Friendly for Workshop and Individual.
- Extremely easy to use with clearly arranged keypad, menu-driven operation and shortcuts
- Ergonomic design and ruggedly built for both shop and road tests
- Multi-language menus and codes for an international marketplace

User friendly for individual

Foxwell NT530 Specifications:

Display: 2.8”TFT color screen
Working Temperature: 0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F)
Storage Temperature: -20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)
External Power: 8-18 Volts powered by vehicle battery
Dimensions: 195*95*38mm
Weight: 0.9KG
QTY/CTN: 30SETS
Weight/CTN: 28KG
CTN MEAS: 456*442*515mm

Package Includes

1pc x NT530 Pro Multi-System Scan Tool
1pc x 16 pin Main Diagnostic Cable
1pc x Quick Start Guide
1pc x USB Cable
1pc x Nylon Carry Pouch
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FedEx Shipping: Usually, we will not use this shipping method, if you have special requirements, please contact us.
Standard Flat Rate Shipping Service: Usually orders below US$150 will be shipped by post, it will take about 10-20 working days via Flat airmail: China post & Yanwen ePacket

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US Ship: For US delivery, we will use DHL or USPS ship from the US warehouse. It usually takes about 3-5 working days to arrive.
EU Ship: For EU Countries, we will send it from the Czech warehouse by DHL or Hermes. If the item is out of stock, we will ship from Shenzhen for you by default.
UK Ship: For UK delivery, we will use Royalmail 24 hours or 48 hours, it will take about 2-4 working days to arrive.


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Tech Support

Car model and year: 2010 Aston Martin DBS

 

Symptom:

Has been doing some bizarre idling every now.

Upon starting the car, it idles just fine. About a minute into the car idling, the car's idle will change and it will "hunt" for idle for about 30 seconds. The rpms fluctuate up and down about 100 rpms during those 30 seconds (after the car has been started for approximately 1 minute). Once those 30 seconds or so are up, the car idles perfectly fine again until the car is shut off. Then once the car is started back up, the car does the same thing. No error codes are thrown. If I let the car idle after driving it (but without turning the car off) the idle is fine. Again it's just on the start up. The car drives perfectly otherwise, just this strange 30 second time frame after start up.

 

It doesn't matter if it's a warm or cold start, this issue arises regardless.

 

Professional Advice:

I would suspect the aftermarket changes. mostly the airbox deletes. air intake is precisely designed, for volume and resistance. i would put them back on and test it. you may find the engine runs better, in general, and with more power too.

 

An OBDII reader, I have the Foxwell NT530 with Aston Martin software on board will monitor the 02 (lambda) sensors in real time. with one, one should be able to determine whether or not they are functioning properly. if one or more need to be replaced (there are four of them), aston wants about 10 times the price they are worth. most are, not surprisingly, all the same, except for the length of the wire that is attached. they shouldn't cost more than 20-30 dollars each and are a DIY job if one cares to indulge...

I had cause to think mine were faulty due to the inability for the emissions test "drive cycle test" to succeed. apparently I wasn't driving the car in exactly the way it needed to be driven to trigger the proper tests.

 

Good to know:

Here is the detail steps on how to download and update the Aston Martin software to Foxwell NT530 (Click on "Tech Support" column and then scroll down for the steps)

https://www.foxwelltool.com/wholesale/latest-nt530-multi-system-scanner-one-free-software-nt520-updated.html

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Question: Wouldn’t a faulty o2 sensor cause an emissions light though?

From what i've read, it may or may not depending on the severity of the malfunction. apparently there is such a thing as a "slow" O2 sensor that will cause problems but not enough to throw an CEL. i have no idea whether or not this is apocryphal. it's interesting how they work to detect O2 in the exhaust though...

 

in my vantage there are two on each catalytic converter, about 6-10 inches apart. they are identical except for the length of the electrical cord that attaches them to the ECU. they are, at the business end, screwed into the cats similarly to how a sparkplug is screwed into the head.

 

they all send a signal to the ECU at all times using the voltage of the signal signifying how much O2 is present.

 

because the O2 sensor in front receives the exhaust flow first and before the cat has a chance to remove O2 it will always show the most O2 present. then because the second sensor on the cat receives the flow AFTER the cat has had a chance to remove O2 it should always show a lessor amount of O2. the ECU knows to subtract the former voltage from the latter and interpret the difference into the effectiveness of the cats. the O2 sensors are assumed to be working properly. it would be difficult, but not impossible to determine whether or not a malfunction is in a sensor or in a cat.

 

by watching the voltages being sent to the ECU from each O2 sensor a human can make an educated guess as to the condition of the O2 sensors.

 

in my case, after watching the sensors in real time with the motor running, I wasn't completely convinced i had a sensor problem, so in a last ditch effort to get my car registered for 2022, i resorted to taking it to a (may the good lord forgive me) honest-to-god Aston dealership to fix it.

 

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