Foxwell NT301 OBD2 Code Reader Review

Foxwell NT301 is handhold professional obd2 code reader. It is easy to use by DIYer and Technician. Foxwell NT301 support CAN, OBDII, EOBD Code reading for All 1996 and newer cars, light-duty trucks, SUVs and minivans sold worldwide.  So is Foxwell NT301 worth to buy? Let’s check the reviews of Foxwell NT301, it may help you do the buying decision.


Foxwell NT301 User Review:

Jacob: works great

Best bang for your buck as far as I’m concerned. gives more in depth readings than cheaper models and is a weekend mechanics best friend. Allowed me to read problem codes and delete them after the repairs were done and now I don’t have to go and wait at advance or auto zone to have them read my codes.

David: Nice graphics for the price !

Very nice product for the money. Easy to read graphs on all measured inputs. I always wanted an OBD reader an found this to be an excellent choice. I have a grounding issue on a 2006 Civic. The voltage readings/graph helped me identify the headlights as the source of the issue, specifically the high beams. I haven’t worked on the issue yet, but it sure helps to no where to look ! A+

Amber: Pretty cool
NT301 works great. Wishit came with a code sheet in the manual. I don’t like having to look it up on the actual machine itself. I went online to look up the codes. Wish the company itself had an online code look-up site. Used it on my 04 bmw 3 series to diagnose issues n worked great. Used it also on 2013 benz and 2011 infiniti, No codes with those came up but they’re working fine.

Harmon: Easy, fast, accurate. Does not replace a pro.

Plug it in and let it do its thing. After a couple of minutes it tells you what you need to know. Will take a while for the beginner to learn what icon to tap, and what to do when you get there. You can clear fault code or clear memory.  If you clear memory it will take a few days for the computer to regain enough info to pass emissions test.

Simon: Don’t get ripped off by your mechanic!

so this scanner will read any check engine and sensor codes which is very useful if you get that dreadful
light on your dash and don’t want the mechanic to rip you off.
I have an airbag light on my car dash and it didn’t read it so it doesn’t read airbag codes. Which is fine because it doesn’t say that it does.
Overall it’s great scanner which can save you lots of money at the shop.