January 25, 2022
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Foxwell NT680 Automotive Service Tool FAQs

Foxwell NT680 is the upgraded version of the NT624, which can work on all electronic systems and provide an easy diagnosis on major American, Asian and European vehicle makes including cars, SUVs, minivans, light-duty trucks.
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In the following content, let’s see the FAQs about this device and try to know more about the practical needs or problems that customers are concerned with.

Q1: Is the NT680 capable of relearning the crankshaft position sensor on a 2014 Chevy Silverado with the 5.3l engine?
A1: Yes, NT680 can work well on your car.

Q2: Does NT680 Support for transmission adaptation on landrover discovery 3. 2006 model 2.7 diesel?
A2: Sorry, NT680 doesn’t support it at present.

Q3: Honda Civic for the engine and electrical system, can the NT680 do it?
A3: Yes, and NT530, NT680 Pro also supports. You can check and purchase the device according to your actual needs.

Q4: Does NT680 have a TPMS function?
A4: It can read and erase codes on the TPMS ECU but it can not communicate with the sensors in the wheels.

Q5: Does NT680 support Benz w210?
A5: Yes, but the following 2 conditions must be met
1) vehicles must have been manufactured after March 1997
2) You use the additional Foxwell 38 pin cable and connect to the main round diagnostic port under the hood

Q6: Does NT680 have an internal battery? If so, is it rechargeable? What kind of battery and what voltage is the battery?
A6: There is no battery inside. The scanner uses the power from the OBD port.

Q7: Can NT680 register a new battery?
A7: No, it can’t at present.

Q8: Will NT680 work on a 2010 Toyota Camry, will this diagnose bad abs wheel sensors?
A8: Yes it works on it. And it can also work on the ABS.

Q9: Is NT680 bidirectional and can it update a free lifetime?
A9: No, it is not bidirectional. Yeah, you can update it free in its lifetime.

Q10: Can NT680 recalibrate and clear code for steering wheel position sensor for 06 Chevy trailblazer ext?
A10: Yes, it totally supports.

Q11: Can NT680 read wheel sensors for my 2000 BMW Roadster Z3 2.5?
A11: Yes, but if your car’s engine bay has a 20 pin socket, you will need a Foxwell BMW 20 pin cable.

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