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post #1 of 5 Old 12-17-2011, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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Smile Equus Innova - Scan Tool

What Kind of scanner do I need for a 2000 F-450 7.3 TWD
Will the Equus Innova - Scan Tool Part # 3150 they sell at Oriellys work?
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It looks like it'll work.
But it's just a code reader. For a little more you can get AutoEnginuity and read codes and also monitor WAY more PIDs which will tell you a lot more about the truck.



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Wow that is alot cheaper than my ethos. I know my ethos can not do everything but my reason for buying it. I looked at it like it would be a great starter scan tool and if I needed a specialty scanner then the shop I work at should have what I need to do anything else.
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I doubt it. You would be better off buying one that can do diagnostic tests, anyway. JMO.
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I doubt it. You would be better off buying one that can do diagnostic tests, anyway. JMO.
So is the Auto Enginuity a good one or should I stick with snap on?
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