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Old 12-08-2018, 01:55 AM
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I am going to buy VERDICT D7, but before that, I want to know what I need accessories with it to finish the job. most the time I work on old cars 1995 to 2005 European, Asian, and Domestic vehicles it will be appreciated anyone can direct me what I need as connectors adapters for OBD1 and OBD2.and do I need software VERSION 18.4
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Hopefully if paying more than $1200 , 16.2 update or later ,you can take your time to test the used tool out thoroughly before deciding to buy it and it should at least have , good battery that holds charge and charger, European coverage (is really not an option to go without now a days ),all Obd 1 and European adapters and green S keys. Make sure both scope channels are functional , blue tooth VCI works fine has decent range and the WIFI connection works.
Just tell the seller to get real because you can go out and get a brand new 906BT for $1300 with a warranty a year of updates then having to deal with issues

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I am going to buy VERDICT D7, but before that, I want to know what I need accessories with it to finish the job. most the time I work on old cars 1995 to 2005 European, Asian, and Domestic vehicles it will be appreciated anyone can direct me what I need as connectors adapters for OBD1 and OBD2.and do I need software VERSION 18.4
thank you very much
Anything from 1996 & newer SHOULD be OBD-II anyway, so single standard connector. There are some vehicles that were allowed "special consideration" and not required to be fully OBD-II compliant, but that was only till about 1998.
Working on anything that is as old as 2005 and the versions around 9.2 or 9.4 in theory should be adequate.
Software versions such as 10.2, 10.4, 11.2, 11.4, 12.2 & 12.4 and newer allow you to deal with newer vehicles as they show up.
For the older OBD-1 vehicles, quite often, the older equipment works better and is more accurate.
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Old 12-08-2018, 11:54 PM
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Hopefully if paying more than $1200 , 16.2 update or later ,you can take your time to test the used tool out thoroughly before deciding to buy it and it should at least have , good battery that holds charge and charger, European coverage (is really not an option to go without now a days ),all Obd 1 and European adapters and green S keys. Make sure both scope channels are functional , blue tooth VCI works fine has decent range and the WIFI connection works.
Just tell the seller to get real because you can go out and get a brand new 906BT for $1300 with a warranty a year of updates then having to deal with issues

https://www.snapon.com/diagnostics/u...cPlatforms.htm
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Anything from 1996 & newer SHOULD be OBD-II anyway, so single standard connector. There are some vehicles that were allowed "special consideration" and not required to be fully OBD-II compliant, but that was only till about 1998.
Working on anything that is as old as 2005 and the versions around 9.2 or 9.4, in theory, should be adequate.
Software versions such as 10.2, 10.4, 11.2, 11.4, 12.2 & 12.4 and newer allow you to deal with newer vehicles as they show up.
For the older OBD-1 vehicles, quite often, the older equipment works better and is more accurate.
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