Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by devele » Thu Feb 06, 2020 4:33 am

No. I don't have it,... I bought JDiag Elite-II as a little cheap and reliable, anybody who use this device please share their experience to me
thanks in advance.

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by devele » Mon Mar 09, 2020 8:00 am

Even I tried on VINT the same thing happens, I tried it on FORD Fiesta 2010 model with Siemens ECU the programming and service procedure is not available, what could be the problem

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by Norbi_wo » Wed Mar 11, 2020 1:39 pm

Hello.
Today I used klon mongoose jlr plus (SP-205c with orginal driver for windows 7 64 bit) with forscan 2.3.29 beta. I conected with ford focus St mk4 it's perfectly worked.

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by Ecmbuster » Wed Mar 18, 2020 2:09 am

There is another adapter used with FORScan. The original VCM I was tested and passed similar to:
CarDAQ Plus
CarDAQ Plus 2
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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by ahmadtow » Wed Apr 01, 2020 12:33 am

devele wrote:
Thu Feb 06, 2020 4:33 am
No. I don't have it,... I bought JDiag Elite-II as a little cheap and reliable, anybody who use this device please share their experience to me
thanks in advance.
I have JDiag elite pro II test it with Xentry and DAs and VIDA and Forscan all good will test it more when i have time

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by Daone2021 » Mon Apr 20, 2020 1:53 am

I have a Cardaq plus 1 and 2 along with original VCM II. Which one will work best with this program. Also, does this do flashing like IDS and FJDS? Or is flashing/programming only done through Ford? Thank you! New here. :)

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by aircraftru » Sun May 10, 2020 9:52 pm

Did someone is run MDI interface? Is work with GDS, but can’t figure way to run with ForSCAN

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by Keithmac » Mon May 18, 2020 12:03 pm

I've been using a 2 board clone VCM2 with our 2013 Kuga.

Has worked flawlessly with FORScan, did a Powershift TCU furmware update in less than 5 minutes without issue.

Wasn't the cheapest available, sourced from Germany but works a treat.

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Re: Support of J2534 (Pass-Thru) adapters in FORScan v2.2.*

Post by light » Tue May 26, 2020 8:52 am

CantieCAR Ford mondeo body module programming "CAN bus compatibility problem"
any solution ??
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