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Old 25-06-2014   #1
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Downloaded the free version of MultiECUscan and bought a lead and a set of adaptor cables, tested it out on my MKII Punto and it connects fine.

But I noticed that when I scrolled the list to Grande Punto the available ECUs are highlighted in RED !

Does this mean its not going to scan a GP ? Do I need the 'paid' version ?
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It's been a while since I played with MES as I no longer have a GP, so i can't remember exactly.
However, I do recall that the free version is limited to what it can do, but i think reading engine codes is not one of the limitations.
I also recall that ours would generate an error when connecting to the ECU complaining along the lines of it not being compatible, but it always connected.
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I'm having similar problems where by it can detect the car modules fine and seems to connect to the ECU but it then tells me i need the subscribed version.

Several people have told me this should be free, and i am looking for a list of the supported ECUs on the free version but having no joy finding it.

All i want is to see and clear codes
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Re: MultiECUscan

List of supported vehicles and ECUs is here:

All ECUs printed in black type are accessible with the free version. Those in red type need the registered version.
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Keep in mind ELM WIFI modules works only on registered version.
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Multiscan will only let you play with the full version for the GP.

Its worth the money though.

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