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Buying C4 Tomorrow but Mechanic found dozens of fault Codes and said not to worry (Photos)

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sarchnary   
Fri Sep 27 2019, 04:57pm
Member No: #22312
Joined: Oct 08 2011
Location: london
As long as you don’t change any settings then you should be ok. There are few options once connected
Start with the full system scan to see the error messages and then you make screen shots before erasing them, most of the times the errors are just there temporary once deleted not gonna come back, if they do then repair needed or certain part needs replacing or fixing.

Also every section there has step by step explanation on the diagbox one thing that helped me was I took a photo of first screen and then used it to follow the steps.

Once you know enough then you can go to the other options like
Repair which scans individual system at a time.

It’s fun and saves you a lot of money.

sarchnary   
Fri Sep 27 2019, 05:00pm
Member No: #22312
Joined: Oct 08 2011
Location: london
As long as you don’t change any settings then you should be ok. There are few options once connected
Start with the full system scan to see the error messages and then you make screen shots before erasing them, most of the times the errors are just there temporary once deleted not gonna come back, if they do then repair needed or certain part needs replacing or fixing.

Also every section there has step by step explanation on the diagbox one thing that helped me was I took a photo of first screen and then used it to follow the steps.

Once you know enough then you can go to the other options like
Repair which scans individual system at a time.

It’s fun and saves you a lot of money
sarchnary   
Sat Sep 28 2019, 05:19am
Member No: #22312
Joined: Oct 08 2011
Location: london
igazz wrote ...

I have already got a lexia/diagbox but not brave enough to try it out yet !


As long as you don’t change any settings then you should be ok. There are few options once connected
Start with the full system scan to see the error messages and then you make screen shots before erasing them, most of the times the errors are just there temporary once deleted not gonna come back, if they do then repair needed or certain part needs replacing or fixing.

Also every section there has step by step explanation on the diagbox one thing that helped me was I took a photo of first screen and then used it to follow the steps.

Once you know enough then you can go to the other options like
Repair which scans individual system at a time.

It’s fun and saves you a lot of money.
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