The MaxiSys Pro MS908P is an evolutionary smart solution for specialized automotive diagnosis and ECU programming. Designed with the DNA of Autel's diagnostics family, It offer many of the prestigious qualities of the MaxiDAS DS708 with extreme ease ofuse and powerful diagnostic performance. Here gutautel share the MaxiSys Pro MS908P how to connect the vehicle.
The method used to connect the VCI device to a vehicle's DLC depends on
the vehicle's configuration as follows:
1) A vehicle equipped with an On-board Diagnostics Two (OBD II) management system supplies both communication and 12-volt power through a standardized J-1962 DLC. 2) A vehicle not equipped with an OBD II management system supplies communication through a DLC connection, and in some cases supplies 12-volt power through the cigarette lighter receptacle or a connection to the vehicle battery.
OBD II Vehicle Connection
This type of connection only requires the main cable without any additional adapter. To connect to an OBD II vehicle 1. Connect the main cable's female adapter to the Vehicle DataConnector on the VCI device, and tighten the captive screws. 2. Connect the cable's 16-pin male adapter to the vehicle's DLC, which is generally located under the vehicle dash.
NOTE: The vehicle's DLC is not always located under the dash; refer tothe user manual of the test vehicle for additional connection information.
Non-OBD II Vehicle Connection
This type of connection requires both the main cable and a required OBD I adapter for the specific vehicle being serviced. There are three possible conditions for Non-OBD II vehicle connection:
1)DLC connection supplies both communication and power. 2)DLC connection supplies communication and power is to be supplied via the cigarette lighter connection. 3) DLC connection supplies communication and power is to be supplied via connection to the vehicle battery.
To connect to a Non-OBD II Vehicle 1. Connect the main cable's female adapter to the Vehicle Data Connector on the VCI device, and tighten the captive screws. 2. Locate the required OBD I adapter and connect its 16-pin jack to the main cable's male adapter. 3. Connect the attached OBD I adapter to the vehicle's DLC. NOTE: Some adapters may have more than one adapter or may have test leads instead of an adapter. Whatever the case, make the proper connection to the vehicle's DLC as required.
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