Foxwell NT680 Review: Non-professionals can use it easily (support OBD1 and OBD2)

I’ve been using a Foxwell NT680 pro scanner for quite a while now. I’m not a professional mechanic, NT680 Pro to use without any problems.


I had the MIL light on and suspected an 02 sensor fault. Decided I needed a scanner and had mine up and running in 10 minutes after it arrived. I had never before used a scanner and found it extremely easy to use and understand. It confirmed the 02 sensor failure and told me which one.


It does oil service reset (42 vehicle makes), Supports Electronic Parking Brake (EPB on 31 vehicle makes), Reads/clears and turns off MILs for engine, transmission, ABS and Airbags, requests and records live sensor data, provides live data graphing, merges graphs for easier diagnosis and comparison, displays freeze frame data, retrieves ECU info, code troubleshooters provide fast easy diagnosis with multilingual menu options and code definitions, comes with TF memory card for data backup and software updates (free for life), diagnostic and USB cables and easy user guide. Everything you see on screen can be printed out on your home printer.


Setting up was a doddle-Just selected the language, put in the vin and the car details came up on their own. I’ve used it on 3 or 4 other peoples cars, including an old Saab and amazed my friends with how quickly and easily it diagnosed the problems on their cars.

It may sound like I have a vested interest in Foxwell, I can assure you I do not….quite the opposite in fact with Chinese made goods, but credit where credit’s due….it is a great bit of kit.

Foxwell NT680 Review: Non-professionals can use it easily (support OBD1 and OBD2)

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