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Foxwell NT650 Feedback: cars, symptoms, test reports

foxwellshop | 28 June, 2019 04:22

Foxwell NT650 Feedback are put together in this post, in the form of cars, symptoms, test reports and using experience etc.


  1. Car model: 2005 Honda Pilot

symptom: always gives me a error light once a while

Foxwell NT650 YES:

Can easily change the oil at home, to reset the oiling sensor.

To diagnostic my error code and I can order parts online to fixed it.


  1. Car model: many makes and models from 1998-2015. Vw, Hyundai, Ford, Nissan

Foxwell NT650 YES

Update was easy and fast as long as you read and follow the instructions.

The live data on this device is sufficient to diagnose problems. The Foxwell reads all the major systems you need.


  1. Foxwell NT650: Easy to use

you need to plug it in to a car/computer for it to actually turn on) it does a lot of functions for the costs and its light weight and comes in a hard case to keep it protected in a garage/car...


  1. Car model: Bentley, Mercedes or BMW

Foxwell NT650 YES

checks LOTS of parameters, and the real-time data and graphing are very helpful. The long connector cable allows me to drive while a passenger checks real-time data from the passenger seat. The front panel controls are pretty straight-forward as well.


  1. Reset check engine light on

symptom: Check engine light on

Foxwell NT650 YES

Hooked up the meter and found a misfire on cylinder three, found a bad coil that had been slowly dying.


  1. Car model: Honda, Nissan, Ford, Perodua, Vauxhall, Dacia etc

Foxwell NT650 YES:

- reset TPMS (tire pressure sensor). If you have a bad sensor on your wheel, you can install a new one and link it to your car. Without a tool like this, you'll have to go a dealer and have them link the new sensor.
- reset TPS (throttle body alignment). If you've ever cleaned the throttle body, you know that it has to be reset. Many cars require a special tool, and this will do it. I recently used it on a 2007 Honda Odyssey.
- do Mode 6 testing
- run ABS (brake) tests and procedures



Data is stored on an SD card inside the device. Updates are done by inserting the SD card into your computer and running the updater software that you download from the Foxwell site. It comes with a USB SD card adapter so you don't need an SD slot in your computer.

Car models: 2015 Passat TDI SEL Premium

symptom: getting the ABS/ESC/Airbag/TPMS lights on a drive to work

Foxwell NT650 YES:

able to clean all bogus codes (erroneous voltage readings, false positives, etc.) and focus in on the ones that mattered. The unit narrowed the problem right down to the left rear ABS/speed control sensor. After a quick trip to the local auto parts store, ($54USD for part) and a simple replacement, the car was back to working perfectly. The NT650 is extremely user friendly, powerful, and quick.


That's all.




Foxwell NT650 is not a OBD2 diagnostic tool

Looking for diagnostic and service tool, go for Foxwell NT520 scanner.




2012 Benz E550 weird issue (misfires): Foxwell NT520 helps

foxwellshop | 13 June, 2019 04:21

Car model and year: 2012 Benz E550 with 70k miles



car starts to stumble

Check engine light comes on. Check engine light flashes at idle, but goes solid while driving and seems normal minus the light under light load.


Trouble code:

misfire codes cyl 5,6,7,8 but nothing else. Clear codes.

Drive car around trying to repeat issue but Cars running flawless. Wtf? 3 days goes by, no issues, non cel. Driving home today, boom. Light comes on again.


Benz scanner to use:

foxwell NT520 scanner



Don't start changing parts until you verify source of misfiring, may not necessarily be coils or even ignition.
First, check all cam phases/sensor connectors for oil.


The codes are telling you it's a series of misfires so my first suspect is a connector or wire that may cause intermittent voltage drop to a component or components. Fuel issues can also cause misfires so at this point don't rule out anything. Agree that you don't get 4 coils going out at the same time or 4 bad plugs. However there may be an intermittent drop of source or trigger voltage to the coils. But again, a series or random misfires can initially point to several things.

So next questions:
- does your scanner capture freeze frame data ? It's data the pcm captures at the time any codes are set.
- can you also see real time run data at idle and approx 2500 rpm?
- do you have any wiring diagrams?

Scan data is needed to see what other components are reporting to the pcm. Can provide valuable clues as to source issue.


Action and question:

Ok started with the phaser plugs. One plug had oil inside and on the plug itself. Other one had a little oil inside. Question. There is a similar style plug just on top of those that had quite a bit of oil on it. Not sure what it is or if that’s normal. I’ll clean plugs and see what happens before i move on.



You will see that there are essentially 2 plugs for each cam, one for the cam phaser (adjuster) and one for the cam sensor. So 4 plugs per bank, 8 plugs total for the engine pertaining to the cams. All of these need to be clean, if there is oil, the leaking component (sensor and/or phaser) needs to be replaced. Oil is not supposed to be in there and can wick into the harness, often resulting in misfires. Hopefully the oil has not penetrated into the harness too far, but you absolutely need to clean it as good as you can. Meaning very clean! Emphasizing this a lot, but oil in that harness can damage O2 sensors, pcm, all kinds of things. Worst case means a harness and/or component $$$$ replacement, so immediate attention is needed if you are finding oil. You can verify extent of oil by opening up the harness at a further point if accessible to see how far it's gotten.

Arrie, yes I had mentioned fuel delivery issue as a possibility, but I'm thinking for now that the oil may possibly be the cause of the misfiring. Just have to see, but without any freeze frame or run data it's really hard to tell anything else about where to look and internet diagnosis aren't very accurate.
There's a fuel rail for each bank, feeding the injectors for that bank, connected to a single line that usually has a fuel pressure regulator on it. Scantool (one that can do obd modes 1-10) can see the fuel pressure to verify, or most rails have a schraeder type valve that you can connect a pressure gauge to. That doesn't tell the story about injector pulse, but that's ok, that doesn't seem to be an issue since it's random misfiring. Again, it's not really feasible that several coils or injectors have suddenly gone bad.



Pics can help to better understand what I'm looking at, you can see both phasers unplugged and then this plug is just on top of valve cover:




Yes those are the cam phaser/sensor connectors. Not good at all to have any oil inside of them. They are fairly straightforward to replace and I believe places like Pelicanparts, FCPEuro, etc. sell them as kits.


What to do next and problem to meet:

I pulled all 4. 3 have oil on them. Last oil change i used an extractor and sucked it out until it was dry (or so I thought). Added the correct amount and didn’t think about it. Drove around for a couple days and though I better check the oil. It was over filled by a quart (reasons i don’t love the extractor) and drained it out until it was good. Didn’t think much of anything but now seeing this I didn’t come away unscathed. I’ll toss in 4 new ones and chalk it up to a lesson learned. Glad I caught if after just a couple days.


My Left bank map sensor was reading .01 voltage. Right side was 4.19. Figured it was an easy fix. Not so fast lol swapped sensors side to side and voltage still read .01 on left so both sensors are good. Getting 5v on both plugs and ground is .03. I’m guessing it’s the signal wire giving me fits. I’m not sure how to diagnose it from here though.



You did the smart thing by simply swapping sensors to verify operation.
Just to ensure we are talking about the same thing, are these 4 wire connectors?
You really need a wiring diagram for your vehicle/engine to be able to trace wiring and connectors from the sensor back to the assigned ECU terminal.

I've got the diagram for my V6, so I'm not sure if any of this applies, but the process may help:
On left bank sensor (identified as Hot Film MAF sensors on the WIS diagram):
Term 1 Rd/Gn wire, I believe this is + feed (but I don't see battery voltage identified), goes to term 16 of ECU
Term 2 Bl/Bn wire, shows as ground, goes to term 18 of ECU
Term 3 Bl/Ye wire, shows as 5v ref to sensor, goes to term 68 of ECU
Term 4 Bl/Gn wire, shows as ref signal from sensor, goes to term 70 of ECU

If I was looking at this, I would use a backprobe at the pins at the ECU to verify continuity and voltage readings from each terminal of the sensor itself. Using a correct backprobe kit will help ensure the connector weathersleeves are not damaged. Not an expensive item.
I think you were seeing some residual voltage at the ground, check from connector to body bolt (ground) for continuity. This will verify that the wire all the way to the ECU (and thru the ECU) is properly grounded.
You saw 5v reference, need to ensure that the 5v reference remains with both engine off and engine running,
The return voltage is supposed to vary, depending on engine run factors. Check the corresponding ECU terminal to see if that same 1.8 voltage is present and if changes at all with engine running.
Since the sensors were swapped, it's a good assumption that they are ok. I would verify that Term 1 wire voltage. Check the right side sensor to see what the voltage reading may be, Term 1 on that one too. As you already had started to do, look at a known good sensor readings to compare.

Again, this is the diagram for my car and may (probably is) incorrect for yours, but the idea is to verify that all voltage/grounds present at the ECU terminals are continuous all the way to the actual sensor.
There may be a possibility that the cam sensor oil leak may have done some damage to the wiring but lets hope that it might be a corroded or poor connection somewhere.



My car has 3 wire map sensors. I’m Hoping the oil wicking isn’t the issue and wouldn’t know where to begin on that. If i can get a diagram i can find what pin it is i could atleast eliminate that.



Getting a WIS/EPC is less than $20 and would be useful to you.


You can also simply trace the wiring color back to the ecu. If you think it's the right wire first do a simple continuity check, ecu to sensor connector. If correct wire you can then check voltage. 3 wire is pretty straightforward, should be ref volts, signal return and ground, as you found. Do this for both sides so you can compare, should be the same or very very close.
I like using my scope for that, as the voltage waveform is easily seen and compared, plus it can be reviewed in milliseconds as the sensor works. However I think a digital voltmeter should at least be able to capture voltage window for comparison.



Picked up a foxwell NT520 scanner. Did some live data and watched the front o2 sensors. Both were right around 1.0/1.2 when all of a sudden the left bank jumped really lean like 1.28/1.3. Just after that started the car started to misfire. Looks like it’s my o2 sensor after all.


Credits to @ Garagebuilt and @ Mud who are super members of https://mbworld.org/forums/


Thanks to Laurance collection.




Foxwell NT520 Toyota diagnostic scanner review: Plug and Play

foxwellshop | 23 May, 2019 04:41

Foxwell NT520 is a plug-and-play diagnostic scanner without running on a computer, comparing to Toyota TIS Techstream. It works with Toyota Lexus up to 2017 year, it can access to all system and perform diagnostic & service reset functions.



Upgradable to cover other car makes up to 5 brands

Multi-language: English, French, Spanish, Dutch, German, Russian, Italian, Hungarian, Portuguese


Foxwell NT520 Toyota diagnostic scanner function list:


Attach two images for example.

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Foxwell NT520 Toyota Lexus Sicon diagnostic Functions:

- Read and clear diagnostic trouble codes and reset MIL of all systems
- Request and records live sensor data
- Merge and view 2 parameter graphs simultaneously
- Provides live data graphing
- Merges graphs for easy and intuitive diagnosis
- Displays freeze frame data
- Retrieves ECU information
- Runs component/system bi-directional tests


Foxwell NT520 Toyota Lexus Sicon Special Functions:

Supports advanced functions such as adaptations and control module coding on selected cars
Supports the most commonly required service features like brake deactivation, service resets, and transmission adaptations


Foxwell NT520 Toyota Lexus Sicon Model list:

LEXUS Model:  
CT200h (2011-2013) IS350 (2006-2014)
ES300 (1994-2003) IS350C (2010-2013)
ES300h (2013-2014) LFA (2012-2013)
ES330 (2004-2006) LS400 (1995-2000)
E350 (2007-2014) LS430 (2001-2006)
GS300 (1996-2006) LS460 (2007-2013)
GS350 (2007-2013) LS600h (2008-2013)
GS400 (1998-2000) LX450 (1996-1997)
GS430 (2001-2007) LX470 (1998-2007)
GS450h (2007-2013) LX570 (2008-2014)
GS460 (2008-2011) RX300 (1999-2003)
GX460 (2010-2013) RX330 (2004-2006)
GX470 (2003-2009) RX350 (2007-2013)
HS250h (2010-2012) RX400h (2006-2008)
IS F (2008-2013) RX450h (2010-2013)
IS250 (2006-2014) SC300 (1996-2000)
IS250C (2010-2013) SC400 (1996-2000)
IS300 (2001-2005) SC430 (2002-2010)


SCION Model:  
FR-S (2013-2014) xA (2004-2006)
iQ (2011-2013) Xb (2004-2013)
iQ EV Xd (2008-2013)
tC (2005-2014)  


Toyota Model:  
4Runner (1996-2014) Paseo (1996-1999)
Avanza (2007-2013) Previa (1994-1997)
Avalon (1995-2013) Prius (2001-2013)
Avalon HV(Others, Radar Cruise) Prius C (2012-2013)
Camry (1994-2013) Prius PHV (2010-2013)
Camry HV (2007-2013) Prius V (2012-2013)
Celica (1996-2005) RUSH
Corolla (1996-2014) Rav4 (1996-2013)
Echo (2000-2005) Rav4 EV(1999-2003, 2012-2013)
FCHV-adv Sequoia (2001-2013)
FJ Cruiser (2007-2013) Sienna (1998-2013)
Hiace (2006-2013) Solara (1999-2009)
Highlander (2001-2013) Supra (1996-1998)
Highlander HV (2006-2013) T100 (1994-1998)
Hilux (2004-2013) Tacoma (1995-2013)
Land Criser(1995-2014) Tercel (1995-1999)
Mr2 Spyder (2000-2005) Tundra (2000-2013)
Matrix (2003-2013) Venza (2009-2013)
  Yaris (2004-2013)



Foxwell NT520 Toyota Lexus Sicon system coverage:

Access to powertrain, chassis and body systems - ABS, airbag, engine, transmission, etc.





2007 Toyota Highlander & 2009 Lexus RX350 bidirectional capability, which Foxwell?

foxwellshop | 08 May, 2019 05:52

Hello Foxwell,

I am interested in an ODB2 scanner for use with my 2007 Toyota Highlander

and 2009 Lexus RX350. I would like bidirectional capability to bleed my ABS

brake system on the Toyota and Lexus, also I would like to be able to read

transmission fluid temperature on the Toyota or Lexus.


I am looking for the most cost-effective choice that will fulfill the above

requirements. The NT650 looks like a good choice, but you may have a better



Thank you.


foxwelltool.com tech support reply:

Foxwell NT644 PRO has the capabilities that you want.


Part 1: Foxwell NT644 PRO Toyota Function list:

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Part 2: Foxwell NT644 PRO Lexus Function list:

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2007 Toyota Highlander & 2009 Lexus RX350 bidirectional capability, which Foxwell?

foxwellshop | 08 May, 2019 05:52

Hello Foxwell,

I am interested in an ODB2 scanner for use with my 2007 Toyota Highlander

and 2009 Lexus RX350. I would like bidirectional capability to bleed my ABS

brake system on the Toyota and Lexus, also I would like to be able to read

transmission fluid temperature on the Toyota or Lexus.


I am looking for the most cost-effective choice that will fulfill the above

requirements. The NT650 looks like a good choice, but you may have a better



Thank you.


foxwelltool.com tech support reply:

Foxwell NT644 PRO has the capabilities that you want.


Part 1: Foxwell NT644 PRO Toyota Function list:

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Part 2: Foxwell NT644 PRO Lexus Function list:

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Foxwell NT520 scanner reviews for Mercedes VW Renault

foxwellshop | 24 April, 2019 05:55

Foxwell NT520 scanner reviews for Mercedes VW Renault: price, delivery etc.



I live in Romania Europe and I am interested in buying NT520 for my 3 cars:
- Mercedes G400 CDI 2001
- Vw Touareg R5 2003
- Renault Megane Cabrio 1.9 diesel 2004

Can you please tell me if I can buy the NT520 and if it will work with all these 3 cars, and where can I buy it from that will ship to Romania?
I can pay with PayPal.

Thank you,


Sales FoxwellTool.com reply:

The Foxwell NT520 comes with one car diagnostic software for free, and the other two for charging 60USD per one, that is one unit 179USD plus 2 software(60USD each) 179 + 60+60 , 299USD in total including  shipping cost to Romania by DHL or YANWEN. You can choose one of them. DHL will be quicker, 3-5 working days, but you need to pay for the tax your own.

YANWEN no tax, needs 7-10 working days to arrive, no tax.


If you agreed, we can send you a PayPal invoice, and you can pay it directly.



Yanwen seems better then.

And agreed with the price, so you can send the PayPal invoice.


Finally, this user got Foxwell NT520 scanner happily.



Foxwell NT520 scanner Mercedes function list

Foxwell NT520 scanner VW function list

Foxwell NT520 scanner Renault function list


Attach images:

Foxwell NT520 is diagnosing Mercedes Benz.



Foxwell NT520 VW diagnostic menu.



Foxwell NT650 vs Foxwell NT630 Elite vs Autel MaxiCheck Pro

foxwellshop | 18 April, 2019 07:51

All of three Foxwell NT650, Foxwell NT630 Elite and Autel MaxiCheck Pro have special functions. Their main differences are the more or less special functions and OBD diagnosis.


Read this comparison table:


  FOXWELL NT650 Automotive Code Reader Obd2 Scanner FOXWELL NT630 Elite OBD2 Scanner Autel MaxiCheck Pro OBD2 Car Diagnostic Tool
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Price $210 $149 $200
Weight 2.8 pounds 2.95 pounds 3.86 pounds
Dimensions 13.1 x 8.7 x 2.9 inches 13.2 x 9 x 3.1 inches 14.6 x 3.9 x 8.7 inches
Full-OBDII Modes N/A Yes N/A
Accessible system Engine, ABS, SRS, EPB, DPF, etc. Engine, ABS & SRS, SAS Engine, ABS, SRS, EPB, DPF, SAS, Oil reset,BMS etc.
Yes Yes Yes (for ABS only)
Injector Coding Yes NO NO
Update Online update free lifetime Online update free lifetime Online update free lifetime
Language English, French, Spanish, Hungarian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, German English, French, Spanish, Hungarian, Korean, Japanese, German English, German,French,Spanish,Portuguese, Polish, Italian,Dutch,Russian
Target User Foxwell NT650 is ideal for DIYers and enthusiasts. It however falls short for use as a primary scanner for a workshop. Foxwell NT630 Elite is built for DIYers or Enthusiasts who have wide range of cars. MaxiCheck Pro is simple, easy to use, and has been designed for professional technicians and body shops to service individual specialized systems.


Foxwell NT650 wins in:

Have the most special functions including ABS/Airbag/SAS/EPB/DPF/BRT/EPS/CVT/Oil Service Reset

lightest weight

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Foxwell NT630 Elite wins in:

Main for OBD Full-OBDII Modes



Autel MaxiCheck Pro wins in:

Popular brand (Autel)


So. I can't say who wins. All are verified working tools, which one to have, it depends on your needs.


Credit to www.foxwelltool.com


Definition of Foxwell NT520Pro Secondary air system Monitoring (INC)

foxwellshop | 05 April, 2019 06:43

I need help with your abbreviations on the screen of my new Foxwell NT520 Pro.


I am working on an I/M readiness problem in OBD2.


The screen shows “NC” for the Secondary Air. What does this mean please? Not Connected? No connection? Or what ? I tried a google search but only got North Carolina.:-)


The Durametric I usually use shows “Pass” or ”Fail” for these results. Very unambiguous.


Thank you,


Here is the “NC” for which I asked for a definition.


It appears in the I/M Readiness screen .The section is Secondary Air.


I checked the manual online and could find no information on this issue.


So what does NC mean please?




the NC is actually the INC. It refers to INC (Incomplete) - vehicle was not driven enough to complete the monitor.


It means, the vehicle does not meet the emission requirements and needs to be inspected for maintenance.


Foxwell NT520 tech support is supplied by www.foxwelltool.com



Use Orange5 and Tango to program Geely Emgrand EC7 09 24C02 key

foxwellshop | 13 March, 2019 01:16

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FoxWell NT630 Elite reviews on yes and no list

foxwellshop | 27 February, 2019 03:43

Topic: FoxWell NT630 Elite OBDII code scanner reviews on yes and no list


Q: Can FoxWell NT630 Elite work with 1999 Jaguat XKR( gasoline) and 2010 VW Passat (Diesel)?

A: Yes. it can do.


Q: Foxwell NT630 Elite NT630 AutoMaster Pro,

will this work on my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and my 1999 Wrangler sport ??

A: Yes, it can do.


Q: Can FoxWell NT630 Elite  perform SRS airbag on 2011 Dodge Nitro and 2014 Fiat 500L?

A: Yes ,it can.


Q: Please help me reset the language as Spanish.

A: Ok. FYI, Foxwell NT630 Elite language available: English, French, Spanish, Hungarian, Korean, Japanese, German.


Q: Does FoxWell NT630 Elite have the ability of bi-directional functions?

A: Yes, it can .


Q: Will the FOXWELL NT630 Elite clear/reset the airbag light on a 2000 Porsche 986 Boxster?

A: Yes, it can.



Solid unit without being too heavy and comes in a very nice hard case.

Analyze and graph the O2 sensors…OK

- 2015 Mercedes S550 W222 model turn off an airbag light on OK.

- 2004 Hyundai Sonata AirBag diagnosis OK

- 2002 Mercedes Benz CLK320 clears the SRS light and malfunction warning OK

- Ford Falcon BA V8 ABS diagnosis OK

- Truck GMC the 2005 year reset the airbag OK

-1997 Pontiac Grand Am perform gear tension relief sequence OK

- KIA Sedona 2008 airbag light reset OK

- Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ diesel 2.5 1997 reset SRS Codes OK

It lists error codes

Tell me what's wrong with my air bag light

Reset the codes

Worked fine with my VW, Dodge, Ford

Read Subaru SRS codes

Read 2 Pontiac's codes

The live data is what you would expect.

Being able to store codes on the included flash disc is quite nice.


To be continued.




(Solved) Foxwell NT520 ID activation error

foxwellshop | 22 January, 2019 04:57

If you have Foxwell NT520 ID activation error as the following user, just contact email at Sales@FOXWELLtool.com or Whatsapp: +0086 13515975739 for remote assistance. All you need to do is wait and soon will be activated.


Story goes like this:

Dear xxx:
Welcome to the Foxwell.Your Foxwell ID is xxx
To ensure that your registration was not submitted by mistake or against your wishes, also to help retrieve the password in case you forgot it, we kindly request you to activate your account by clicking on the following link within one hour:
Click Here To Activate Your Foxwell Id<https:/www.foxwelltech.com/.>
Please ensure that the above link is available for you to click, If not, please copy the link manually into the address line of your internet browser

After retrieval of the activation link, you will receive online confirmation of your registration.

Thanks and Best Regards
The Foxwell Team
Foxwell Technology Co, Ltd

apparently my email wasn't accepted
403-NO access: Access is denied


You are not authorized to view this directory or page with the credentials provided.

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Foxwell NT510 NT520 Porsche scanner test reports: same as durametric pro?

foxwellshop | 15 January, 2019 23:05

Post starts with a user's real test report, this story goes like this:

I made this video review of some of the major functions of the Foxwell NT510 with Porsche software.

it offers remarkable functionality for the price and most of the functions the durametric pro offers.


The only feature lacking currently is the service reset but im told they are scheduling an update for that


Please note im no actor but just wanted to explain some of the functions





Also Porsche 997 ABS system diagnosis with foxwell NT510:




Question 1:

Nice, thorough review. Good show!

Does it permit reprogramming of the passenger side window function?

Did you order a Porsche specific scanner , then go to the Foxwell website?

It's listed for $179 on Amazon. Where did you purchase.


Thanks in advance for all the info...



Answer: i got mine direct from foxwell on sale for $149 and it came with one free car software. You can load several manufacturers on there if u have several cars.



You can code a ton of comfort convenience functions. Let me know which one and ill check. You can clear airbags as well.



Question 2: Does this show overrevs (range 1 - 6)?

What about ECU operating hours and POSIP (airbag) operating hours?

Answer: Yup its in the video

coding modules

overrev reports

live data streaming and recording

abs pump cycling

clearing modules

etc, etc


Question 3:

I was wrong on the comment about Durametric being able to fit the passenger window auto up issue. I confused the Durametric programming that you and others have posted about with Mods4Cars "RemoteKey" device:


Answer: the nt510 does most of the functions of remotekey. The windows on my 9971 have 1 press auto down for the passenger side and one press auto up only after the windows halfway up. I notice even on the remote key description it says that some cars will only be able to do 1 press auto up after their halfway up as well. I have a feeling its the exact same as on my car. You can activate all the comfort functions from the remote key fobs and you can mess with the alarm horn chime etc etc




Fact: Foxwell NT510 Porsche scanner is replaced by Foxwell NT520.

And more and more users have NT520 pro and prove it works fine.




Feedback yes......

I purchased the Foxwell NT520 and it can read codes and clear codes as well as reset service light. I also have the pro Durametric cable and the NT520 reads the same codes. I recently updated the NT520 software to read my son?s MB ML350 for only $60. Easy to do and came in handy reading a check engine light on the Benz. For the money and the convenience the NT520 is a good buy. The Durametric allows me to run and record engine diagnostics.




Feedback No......

I just did the last software update (JUN of 2018) to my NT510 and it will not reset my service interval on the 997.1 much less the 997.2. On the positive side it did re-calibrate my steering wheel sensor after I just installed a 991.2 paddle shifting wheel.



Just downloaded the latest nt510 update and the rear control module can now be programmed. Thats awesome.



Source: https://rennlist.com/forums/997-forum/1069701-video-review-of-the-foxwell-nt510-with-porsche-software-6.html

Thanks for their reports



If you are interested in Foxwell NT520 pro you can read the above thread. If you already have one Foxwell NT520 pro and have good or bad test reports, you can also share with others in the above thread.


Which Foxwell on DPF Regeneration, Steering alignment and Airbag light?

foxwellshop | 26 December, 2018 06:48

Question: I am interested in buying one of your scanners, however its quite confusing.

I require a scanner which has DPF Regeneration, Steering alignment and Airbag light to switch off, which scanner is the best, less than $300.

Answer: If you just need to work on one vehicle, you are advised to use Foxwell NT520


Question: I bought the NT510 Pro yesterday with BMW program, however I was really interested in buying the NT644, The only reason I didn't buy it is because it has less functions than the NT510 what is the difference between them as I could not find anything.


You can have a look at this thread: http://www.foxwellsupport.com/foxwell-nt520-vs-nt510-vs-nt644-vs-nt624-vs-nt414/


Generally speaking: the NT644 pro will support more vehicles, but will not cover all functions of NT510/NT520. Because the NT510/NT520 share the same software as GT80 series. Please kindly note. However, it is still a good choice if you need to work on multi-brand vehicles.


How to use Foxwell BT705 Battery tester on a good battery and a bad battery?

foxwellshop | 20 December, 2018 03:42

Today I will talk about Foxwell Battery tester BT705. Using it to test in a 12v system battery in the car and one 12V system battery out of car.


It's good package with manual and long cable.



Hook it up, red to positive and black to negative.


So as soon as I plugged it, it right away power on.


12 Volt system.


In vehicle.


Top Post.






710 CCA




Good recharge.

Ask me to measure 694CCA. Ok it wants me to start a car but currently 694 cold cranking amps, so start a car.


The Foxwell BT705 tester comes with a long cable, I am sitting in the car.


Turn this thing on.


Charging test...


Enggine Rev Not detected..


Try again.


Turn high beam and blower motor on, idle engine, press to continue.



Ok, done, no problem.


OK, let's test Foxwell BT705 battery tester on the battery that is having problem.



Enter "12 volt system".


Out of vehicle.


Top post.




cold cranking by 550 AMPS, the number on the battery.



Above 0°C


Ok, that's the result.

Measured 232CCA and Rated 550CCA, so the battery is bad.


You can connect a Bluetooth Printer.



You can see Battery test, view/print, language, Bluetooth etc.


So, Foxwell BT705 is a great tester.

A little bit better than using the old voltmeter.

It's good to have it run.







How to reset airbag light on KIA Sedona 2008 by Foxwell NT630?

foxwellshop | 20 December, 2016 22:32

KIA Sedona 2008 reset airbage light on via Foxwell NT630 –Test OK


In the Foxwell NT630 function list you can find KIA Sedona 2008 is included.

foxwell nt630 kia airbag

3 steps to choose KIA Sedona 2008:

Go to choose Kia (USA), then choose "2. Diag SW area configuration"

KIA Sedona 2008 abs-01 KIA Sedona 2008 abs-02 KIA Sedona 2008 abs-03

Choose Area USA


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