OBDII Volvo/Renault Programmer + Error eraser

Used for adapting Limpoff modules

Module adaptation is the process of assigning correct numbers (VIN, chassis, etc.) of the ACM control unit to the emergency module for full identification by the vehicle’s electronic system or diagnostic scanner in subsequent operation.

Benefits of adaptation:

  • Limpoff module have the ability to connect and exchange data with a diagnostic scanner. When diagnosing the car it is impossible to distinguish the emulator operation from the standard control unit of the ACM system. This makes it easier to operate vehicles under warranty and service at authorized dealer stations.
  • The correct ACM system number programmed in the LimpOff emergency module is necessary for the car electronic system to make changes in the software of other control units of the car during maintenance or repair (replacement of one of the control units, firmware update, etc.).

Adaptation process:

Step 1: Connect the module to the adapter

Step 2: Turn on the ignition

Step 3: Connect the adapter with the connected module to the vehicle’s OBDII diagnostic socket.

Step 4: Observe the adaptation process by the adapter’s light indication:

– Red LED is blinking – adaptation process is in progress

– Green LED is on – adaptation successfully completed

– Red LED is on – adaptation process is not completed.

Step 5: Turn off the ignition and proceed to the module installation.
The Limpoff-OBDII adapter also allows you to clear fault codes, including programmed replacement of components such as NOx sensors, DPF particulate filter, and soot level reset (the last two are applicable for Euro6). To do this, after installing the module in the A174 connector, plug the adapter into the OBD II diagnostic connector and turn on the ignition and wait until the green LED stops flashing and lights up permanently (approximately 10 seconds).
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