Autel MaxiSYS MS906 Wifi
The Autel MaxiSYS MS906 is a stateoftheart Automotive Diagnostic and Analysis System, and is another generation version of the successful Autel DS708. This scanner allows you to scan for an extensive variety of problems on vehicles including Mercedes Benz, Audi, BMW, Ford, Chevrolet, and Dodge, both domestic and foreign, from over 80 manufacturers.
The scanner allows you to do a great deal more than scan tool problems and scan your automobile. For example, keys can be reprogrammed by you as long as you get the key code from the dealer. It also lets you reset many systems, from your check engine light to your own ABS. Should you need to reprogram specific ECU settings, you might be not unable to do so; yet, this attribute is exclusively available for certain models.
The MaxiSYS MS906 has an amazing 8.0” LED touch screen display that’s a 1024x768P resolution, which is really clear and leaves you no doubt about what you’re reading. It can connect to the web via WiFi to facilitate updates and runs an Android operating system. It comes with 32GB on board memory, meaning you are not going to be worried about running out of space to save your information that is diagnostic, and can also connect directly to your computer via USB.
This battery is not only used to power the apparatus, but also the 8 mega pixel rear camera that comes with a flash light. This is ideal for taking pictures and uploading them to the internet where an online community of Autel MaxiSYS owners and Autel technicians will manage to assist you to repair any issue you may have with the system or indeed with your car.
In reality, it is the diagnostic tools used by mechanics at major manufacturing companies which they say it does 85-100% of the work that many other machines do. The GUI is concise and clear and you’ll find it tough to get confused using the system. It comes with AutoVIN technology, meaning that it will automatically read and save your vehicle’s VIN number. This can be a very useful feature, as many of the scanners on the market now do not have this characteristic, so that they can be recorded by the machine and the VIN numbers must either be read via a barcode or manually entered.
Overall, this really is the right tool for any car enthusiast that makes it to our trusted tools list. It truly is great for enthusiasts interested in understanding how their car is running. It’s also the best tool for technicians and mechanics who want a light, hand-held system that’s not going to break their banks. Most professional systems that carry out the same work cost about $10,000.