How DIYer use QUICKLYNKS OBDII CAN T49 Code Reader (With Pictures)

 I prefer QUICKLYNKS T49 handheld code reader to pc-based elm327 scanner. With handheld scanner it’s much easier than wrestling with a laptop when on the dyno and especially when driving on the road. QUICKLYNKS T49 helps check State Emission Monitor Status and solve basic engine and driveability problems.

I especially like it because of its built-in speaker which aims to alert user.

Generally speaking, like ELM327 scanner it mainly communicates with the vehicle 1996 and up in America, 2000 in EU countries which are OBDII and CAN protocol.

I hook QUICKLYNKS T49 up to retrieves generic (P0, P2, P3, and U0), manufacturer specific (P1, P3, and U1) codes, and pending codes, determines the cause of the Malfunction Indicator Light ( MIL), turns off Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL), clears codes and resets monitors, views freeze frame data, displays monitor and I/M readiness status (emissions), reads live PCM data stream, retrieves vehicle information(VIN, CIN and CVN).

And all the test result were displayed on the large 2.0 ” TFT, easy –to-read color screen.

QUICKLYNKS T49 code reader is original designed in Shenzhen China and update at, it is available at authorized dealer for only €36 free shipping worldwide

Following are some pictures when I use QUICKLYNKS T49 code reader.


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