Introduction of the ECU Flasher Tools

ECU Flasher Tool is a good obd2 scanner that can help your car drive so ,if you want to use the ECU Flasher Tool.You should know the function of the ECU Flasher Tools.

So how to use the drive of the ecu flasher tool ?

you should follow the step:

-install the driver package to your notebook/pc.
-connect the kwp2000 plus flasher to free usb port.
-at the window .point to the folder where you installed the driver package.
-reboot.

you can see the images of the ECU Flasher Tools:

EDC16 ECU Flasher

 

This is the image of the tool. So what is the mainly function of the Ecu Flash Tool?

How does the ecu flasher work? you can see the introduction below:

How to read data from a supported ecu:
-connect the kwp2000 plus ecu flasher to the diagnostic port of the car
-start the communication software in the computer.
-turn ignition key to “ON” position.(Do not crank or start the engine).
-select the ecu type you want to read/write from the given list.
-select additional ooptions(if needed)
-click the read button to read out the original data(where supported).
-save the file to the hard disk,edit or forward it another folder.

How to write data to a supported ecu:
-connect the KWP2000 plus ECU Flasher to computer USB port and to the diagnostic port of the car
-start the communication software in the computer.
-turn ignition key to “ON” position.(Do not crank or start the engine).
-selsect the ecu type you want to read/write from the given list.
-select additonal options(if need).
-click the write button and select the file you want to write
-follow the instructions on the screen
-switch the ignition key to “OFF” position and wait for 10 seconds before starting the engine again.

Here is the main two funciton of the ECU Flasher tool so, if you use this tool you should make clear that you really know the function and you can use this tool rightly.

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