Morning, is kit still for sale.
Bear with me as very novice type bloke here.
23-03-2013, 02:13 PM
(This post was last modified: 23-03-2013, 02:14 PM by CaptainKirk.)
I bought the Lexia from knobbly.
Where you start with Lexia/Planet Peugeot installation could be influenced by your experience of working with Keygen files. Knobblies pack included
1 all leads
2 software on disc
and 3 a keygen file that he provided via a link.
A keygen file has the same sort of form as a virus so browsers and email apps are inclined to want to block them. It could be worth running all of your programs Lexia included in a Sandbox.
Other things to consider; a) on ebay there are/were packages for £65 that seem to function ok and b) also on ebay there is a very well respected seller who has/had packs for about £120, easydiagnostic based in Hamilton if my memory serves me.
'You get what you pay for' may also influence your path starting orientation - on balance Easydiagnostics may be better value when you consider the laptop/tablet and operating system you will be using.
Many thanks for the info Captain.
Just a quick is a sealey an option ?
I am not the best person to be advising but I have to say that the Sealy OBD2 scanner that Amazon (cheers google) is currently selling for about £36 could be an interesting general purpose option to get you going.
It may be worth posting what model/year of Berlingo/Partner you are running and ask what other folks suggest.
There has been quite a lot written already on this forum about diagnostic devices and there needs to be more.
Cheers and Good Luck from The Captain.
It's a 1.9d on a 54 plate sir.
Thanks again for the input Captain.