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Posted By MMS 9/12/2008 3:29:20 PM
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 Posted 9/12/2008 3:29:20 PM
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Hi, Just got myself a Texa navigator and am finding it to be a great peice of kit. thing is, when I go to faults I get written faults with no actual numerical codes, I'm sure there must be a way of getting the numerical codes but I cant bloody get them to come up. Anyone Know???

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 Posted 9/13/2008 2:51:27 AM
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Hi

Double click on the description and code will appear at bottom of screen. You need to press confirm before double clicking on the next code. Sometimes there will be a + sign try double clicking on that or the little red /orange circle, you often get an extended description.Smile

sadly On a few car systems you wont get a code, this can I agree be frustrating, A cheap EOBD reader that gives code only may help for those

Cheers Aidan


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