(To read the diagnostic
(To return to the previous screen.)
(To clear the diagnostic
The buttons marked with * indicate the function hot keys(namely,
F1, F2, F3 and F4) and only apply to Diagnostics.
This Quick Start Guide is subject to change without written notice.
features the same
styling as CR601/
CR6001. The pictures
shown here are only for
(Quick access to I/M
(Provides online tips
(To update your tool via USB cable.)
Quick Start Guide
1. Preparation & Connections
Note: To make sure the tool is running the latest available software,
it is advisable to check for updates on a frequent basis. Refer to
Section 3 "Register & Update" for details.
Turn the vehicle ignition on.
Vehicle battery voltage range should be 9-14Volts.
Throttle should be in a closed position.
2. Vehicle Connection
1. Locate vehicle's DLC socket: The DLC (Diagnostic Link
Connector) is typically a standard 16-pin connector where
diagnostic code readers interface with a vehicle's on-board
computer. It is usually located 12 inches from the center of
the steering wheel, under or around the driver's side for
If the DLC cannot be found, refer to the vehicle's service
manual for the location.
2. Connect the diagnostic cable into the vehicle's DLC