In recent days, I went through several forums with the topic of how to use Foxwell NT510 Elite well to scan the car problems precisely. Many net friends posted lots of questions, among which TPS reset is one of the most concerned ones.
Right here today, we are gonna talk about the TPS reset instruction in detail.
We will use Honda Civic 2006-2011 as an example.
First, let’s have a look at the front and back view of this professional scanner.
Then, let’s get straight to the point of today.
Go to the main menu of this device as shown below:
Plug NT510 Elite to the corresponding car diagnostic port.
Select “Honda” and the screen will prompt “Loading data, please wait.”
After a few seconds, a new interface will come out. Click “Smart VIN” and it will come to “Main Groups”. Four options are listed up there including Quick Scan, Control Modules, Vehicle Details, SCS and Special Functions.
If you want to do a quick scan of your car, click it and the screen will show like this:
But we will concentrate on its “Special Functions”. On the “Function Menu”, you can choose to check ECU Information, read codes, live data, inspection and also use the special functions.
Here, select “Special Functions” to continue.
Select the second column “TP Position Check” to do the TPS reset of the car. Just click as required by the on-screen instructions and you will finish the TPS reset.
Problems of the cars will be solved much more easily if you choose the right Professional scanners.