I was hoping that the Foxwell would work so that I could use it on my DB9 (with AM software) and the Mas with its software. I know that the Foxwell will work with the DB9 but was unsure about the Mas. Ergo my OP post here asking if anyone has successfully used the Foxwell on the Mas.I second the OBDSTAR X-200. I purchased it from Amazon and out of the box, I was able to clear the stupid wrench symbol and rest my maintenance timer.
So it sounds like you've used the Foxwell with the Mas software; if so, can you reset that damn wrench light?It's a great scanner for the cost but unless you can interpret the codes some of which are of course in Italiano it's of little use, it also threw up a number of false positive codes that were not valid errors.
Hi ngknick....I recently installed paddle shifters, disconnected the air bag but left the battery hooked up - stupid me. As a result I now get the air bag light and message display. I did look at the OBDSTAR X-200 but found out that it will NOT reset this code.
Yes i will reset the service icon.So it sounds like you've used the Foxwell with the Mas software; if so, can you reset that damn wrench light?
It will work out the box if you register the scanner you will then get periodic software updates you can download.Thanks NIVRAM13....someone is selling this scanner on ebay, and I asked the seller if it would clear the air bag light an said it would not. So if it will...I will likey be getting one. Does the Foxwell require any downloading via the internet, etc...or doe sit work right out of the box?
Have you been able to turn off the wrench with the Foxwell? I know that Nivram13 said he will (future tense) turn off the wrench but the future is indefinite.As I pointed out earlier in this thread, I bought my Foxwell NT520 “for Maserati” directly from their online factory outlet in China. However, when it arrived it did not have the Maserati function installed. You will need to read the instructions carefully and register the reader, then download the Maserati software using Windows! That done it reads Maserati codes. Yes, some are in Italian and I have yet to find a source list but most can be sorted out, if needed with some help from the forum.