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The new Lexia ?
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The Peugeot & Citroen i970
                                               Has anybody any experience of this diagnostic tool ?

                                                 
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#2
No, I still use DiagBox on a laptop but this tool looks very interesting. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I'm sure someone will be along with some info.
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Has anybody used this ?
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(30-11-2014, 09:50 AM)talos Wrote:  Has anybody used this ?

Some cars have K-line comunication to engine ECU. 
In specification of i970 they don't mention K-line...
Looks interesting but for sure I would like to compare it to lexia and than tell you the verdict.
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When I googled for the i970 on Norwegian sites, I found one that stated a general '2003+' compatibility, others with 2001+, and finally, on a swedish site I found this:
http://www.prylteknik.se/download//i970-...n_list.pdf

Now the only question that remains is; Why is there a limo version of the 'Fukang' and why was that only available in China?
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(03-12-2014, 11:06 AM)Gadgetman Wrote:  When I googled for the i970 on Norwegian sites, I found one that stated a general '2003+' compatibility, others with 2001+, and finally, on a swedish site I found this:
http://www.prylteknik.se/download//i970-...n_list.pdf

Now the only question that remains is;  Why is there a limo version of the 'Fukang' and why was that only available in China?

From that list in PDF it seems that it can do K-line ECU cars. 
Then I don't know way they don't properly advertise that.
Definitely I would like to tray that gadget Smile
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excuse my lack of knowledge(newbie you see) ,if you dont ask you wont know, but what is lexia ???
Big Grin nice to be important,more important to be nice Wink
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#8
Lexia is a Diagnostic system to check what's going on in the electronics in the car.
Google Lexia Citroen which will give you some idea.
Be aware, what's on offer on the web is usually a 'copy' of Citroens system.
A search of this site should give some help as well.
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ok, cheers Trev, much obliged
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