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ANCEL HD3500 Pickup Heavy Duty Truck OBD2 Scanner All Systems Diesel Diagnosis Actuation Test Light Truck & Car Diesel OBD & OBDII Protocols Full DPF Functions Lifetime Free Update

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    Light Truck & Car 2 in 1

    Support Light Truck & Car

    System-Wide Diagnostics

    Engine Management System
    Transmission Control System
    Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
    Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
    Airbag Control System
    Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
    Climate Control System
    and so on

    Full DPF Functions

    Ensures access to the latest diagnostic capabilities and repair procedures at all times

    Diesel OBD & OBDII Protocols

    Supports comprehensive diagnostic capabilities for diesel engines,
    ensuring compliance with OBD and OBDII standards.

    Lifetime Free Update

    Global Compatibility
    Accuracy and Precision
    Customer Satisfaction
    Confidence and Trust

    Actuation Test

    Verify operation, assess response, ensure performance, and evaluate results.
    Critical for validating function and ensuring reliable performance of systems and mechanisms.

    Full DPF Functions

    HD3500 is a computer fault diagnosis device ( truck scanner) specially developed for the American pickup truck market.

    Support for Ford,Dodge,Chevrolet,GMC,Toyota,Honda,Nissan,Isuzu.

    Full DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) functions refer to the comprehensive diagnostic capabilities and features of an automotive tool or
    OBDII scanner specifically designed to handle issues related to the Diesel Particulate Filter system.
    DPFs are critical components in modern diesel vehicles, designed to trap and reduce harmful particulate matter emissions from the exhaust gases.
    Over time, these filters can become clogged with soot and ash, impacting engine performance and emissions.

    The Full DPF Functions Typically Include:
    DPF Regeneration: Initiating the regeneration process to burn off accumulated soot and cleanse the DPF.
    DPF Replacement: Resetting the DPF after replacing a new or cleaned filter.
    DPF Reset: Resetting the DPF system after cleaning to start the regeneration process.
    DPF Parameter Reset: Resetting and adjusting specific DPF-related parameters and adaptations.
    DPF Status Check: Checking the current condition and status of the DPF, such as soot load level or regeneration status.

    Importance of the OBDII Scanner:
    The OBDII (On-Board Diagnostics II) scanner is an essential tool for modern vehicles, providing numerous benefits to car owners, technicians, and the overall automotive industry.
    Here are some key reasons highlighting its importance:
    Diagnostic and Troubleshooting,
    Time and Cost Savings,
    Emission Compliance
    Preventative Maintenance
    Vehicle Health Monitoring
    User-Friendly Interface
    Universal Compatibility
    Fostering Transparency

    Light Truck & Car 2 in 1 Code Reader

    This product is mainly for pickup trucks in the US market.

    Types of Light Trucks:
    Pickup Trucks (Compact, Mid-size, Full-size)
    Sport Trucks
    SUVs (Sport Utility Vehicles)
    Vans (Passenger and Cargo)
    Commercial Trucks (Light-duty)
    Utility Trucks
    Off-Road Trucks
    Crew Cab Trucks
    Extended Cab Trucks

    Types of Cars:
    Sedans (Compact, Mid-size, Full-size)
    SUVs (Sport Utility Vehicles)
    Electric Cars (EVs)
    Hybrid Cars
    Plug-in Hybrid Cars (PHEVs)
    Luxury Cars
    Sports Cars
    Muscle Cars
    Microcars (City Cars)
    Off-Road Vehicles
    Vintage and Classic Cars
    Exotic and Supercars

    Pre-scan & Post-scan

    Pre-scan and post-scan are diagnostic procedures performed using an automotive scanner or diagnostic tool.
    The pre-scan involves scanning the vehicle's onboard systems and modules before any repairs or maintenance work is conducted.
    The post-scan, on the other hand, is performed after the repairs to verify that all issues have been properly addressed and to ensure the vehicle's systems are functioning correctly.

    Importance of Pre-scan & Post-scan:
    Comprehensive Diagnostics
    Accurate Problem Identification
    Effective Repairs
    Safety and Reliability
    Quality Control
    Avoiding Comebacks
    Customer Trust
    Warranty Compliance
    Data Documentation
    Emission Compliance

    All Systems Diesel Diagnostic Tool

    Engine System
    Transmission System
    ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)
    SRS (Supplemental Restraint System - Airbags)
    ECU (Engine Control Unit)
    TCM (Transmission Control Module)
    BCM (Body Control Module)
    ESP (Electronic Stability Program)
    Traction Control System (TCS)
    Power Steering System
    Fuel Injection System
    Exhaust System
    Emissions Control System
    Climate Control System
    Charging System (Battery and Alternator)
    Air Conditioning System
    Lighting System
    Audio and Entertainment System
    Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
    Immobilizer System
    Cruise Control System
    Parking Assistance System (Parking Sensors)
    Central Locking System
    Suspension System
    Electronic Throttle Control (ETC)

    Diesel OBD & OBDII Protocols

    Diesel OBD Protocols:
    Diesel OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) protocols are specific communication standards used to access and retrieve diagnostic information from diesel-powered vehicles.
    These protocols enable automotive diagnostic tools, such as OBD scanners, to communicate with the vehicle's onboard computer and extract valuable data related to engine performance, emissions,
    and various vehicle systems. Diesel OBD protocols are tailored to diesel engines and their unique characteristics, allowing for accurate and efficient diagnosis of diesel vehicles.

    OBDII Protocols for Diesel Vehicles:
    OBDII (On-Board Diagnostics II) protocols for diesel vehicles are standardized communication protocols that comply with the OBDII standards but are optimized for use with diesel-powered cars and trucks.
    OBDII protocols are employed in vehicles manufactured from 1996 onwards, and they allow for comprehensive diagnostic capabilities,
    emission monitoring, and standardized communication between the vehicle's electronic systems and diagnostic tools.
    By incorporating OBDII protocols into diesel vehicles, manufacturers ensure that technicians can access critical diagnostic information, facilitating accurate troubleshooting and efficient repairs.

    HD OBD & Full OBDII

    Covering J1587, J1939, J1708, J27145, SAE J1850 PWM, SAE J1850 VPW, ISO 14230-4, ISO 9141-2, ISO 15765-4 and ISO 27145-4

    Free Battery Tester

    It allows users to perform battery tests without the need for a separate battery tester tool or additional cost.
    It leverages the OBDII communication capabilities to assess the health and status of the vehicle's battery, providing valuable information to the user about its condition.

    Importance of Free Battery Tester in an OBDII Scanner:
    Battery Health Assessment
    Preventative Maintenance
    Optimal Performance
    Maximizing Battery Lifespan
    Time and Cost Savings
    Enhanced Vehicle Safety
    Reduced Environmental Impact
    Transparent Vehicle Health
    Peace of Mind

    Actuation Test

    The actuation test is a diagnostic feature in automotive tools that allows technicians to manually control and activate specific components or actuators in a vehicle.
    It involves sending commands to activate various systems, such as solenoids, motors, valves, relays, and other electronic components.
    The test helps verify the functionality of these components and ensures they respond as intended.

    Importance of Actuation Test:
    Component Verification: Actuation tests are crucial for confirming whether individual components are working correctly.
    By manually actuating them, technicians can identify faulty parts that might not be apparent during regular inspections.
    Functional Testing: The test helps evaluate the actual performance of various systems and subsystems in real-time, ensuring they operate within specified parameters.
    This ensures that the vehicle functions as intended.
    Diagnosis and Troubleshooting: When a system malfunctions, the actuation test can help pinpoint the exact problem.
    By isolating and manually controlling components, technicians can determine the root cause of issues more accurately.
    Comprehensive Assessment: Actuation tests cover a wide range of systems, allowing technicians to check multiple aspects of a vehicle in one go, saving time during the diagnostic process.
    Validation of Repairs: After performing repairs, the actuation test can be used to verify that the issue has been resolved.
    Technicians can confirm if the repaired component functions correctly, providing peace of mind to the vehicle owner.
    Preventative Maintenance: By regularly testing components through the actuation test, potential problems can be identified
    and fixed before they lead to more significant issues, reducing the risk of breakdowns and costly repairs.
    Calibration and Adjustments: Some components, like sensors or actuators, require calibration or adjustments during the maintenance process.
    Actuation tests help ensure these adjustments are performed accurately.
    Compliance and Emissions Testing: Actuation tests play a vital role in emissions testing and compliance with environmental regulations.
    They help verify that emission control systems are functioning correctly and that the vehicle meets required standards.

    Lifetime Free Update

    This means that customers who purchase a product with lifetime free updates will continuously
    benefit from the latest improvements, bug fixes, new features, and compatibility enhancements,
    ensuring their product remains up-to-date and optimized throughout its lifetime.
    The regular updates are essential to maintain performance, security, and user experience at the highest level.
    Continuous Improvement
    Security and Stability
    Enhanced Functionality
    Long-Term Value
    Customer Loyalty
    Competitive Advantage
    Reduced Support Burden
    Extended Product Lifecycle
    Enhance the User Experience

    Basic Funtions

    Read and clear codes
    Read live data
    Read freeze frame
    Read ECU information
    Liva data stream
    Record & playback & print, ect

    Supported languages

    English, Spanish

    Other Advantages of HD3500

    Pin Detect

    The "Pin Detect" function in an OBDII scanner refers to the capability of automatically identifying and detecting the correct pins or connectors
    within the vehicle's onboard diagnostic port (OBD port). When connecting the OBDII scanner to the vehicle, the Pin Detect feature ensures a precise and secure connection,
    allowing the scanner to communicate effectively with the vehicle's onboard computer systems.
    Importance of Pin Detect Function:
    Accurate and Safe Connection
    User-Friendly Operation
    Time and Cost Savings
    Efficient Diagnostics
    Universal Compatibility
    Professional-Level Results
    Minimized Risk of Damage
    Enhanced Reliability
    Convenient and Practical

    Data Management

    Data management in the context of automotive tools, software, or diagnostic devices refers to the systematic organization, storage,
    and handling of diagnostic information and vehicle-related data. This function involves features like data logging, storage, retrieval,
    and analysis to help users efficiently manage and utilize the wealth of information collected during diagnostics and vehicle servicing.

    Importance of Data Management:
    Diagnostic History
    Trend Analysis
    Accurate Repairs
    Efficient Troubleshooting
    Vehicle Performance Evaluation
    Warranty Claims and Documentation
    Customer Communication
    Remote Diagnostics and Support
    Data-Driven Decision Making
    Continuous Improvement
    Regulatory Compliance

    One-Click Activation

    Importance of One-Click Activation:
    Time-Saving Convenience
    User-Friendly Interface
    Automated Processes
    Efficient Diagnostics
    Optimal Performance
    Reduced Learning Curve
    Accessibility for DIY Enthusiasts
    Enhanced Productivity
    Consistent Updates
    Boosted Confidence

    Printer and Report Printing

    Importance of OBDII Scanner with Printer and Report Printing:
    Instant Documentation
    Communication with Customers
    Professional Presentation
    Compliance and Record Keeping
    Evidence for Repairs
    Time-Saving Convenience
    Access to Onsite Printing
    User-Friendly Experience
    Enhanced Decision Making
    Transparent Service


    Importance of Feedback Function:
    Real-Time Information
    Diagnostic Transparency
    Identification of Issues
    Efficient Troubleshooting
    Visual Clarity
    Auditory Cues
    Immediate Alerts
    Data Validation
    User-Friendly Experience
    Diagnosis Progress Tracking
    Verification of Repairs
    Educational Tool

    One-Key Upgrade

    Continuous Improvements
    Bug Fixes and Stability
    Compatibility with New Vehicles
    Improved Diagnostic Capabilities
    Enhanced User Experience
    Time-Saving Convenience
    Data Integrity and Security
    Extended Scanner Lifespan
    Support for New Features
    Manufacturer Support

    What's in the box?

    ANCEL HD3500 × 1
    Carton × 1
    User's Manual × 1
    OBD-II-16 Cable × 1
    Diesel-6/9 Pin & 9 Pin Connector × 1
    CAT-9 × 1

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 7 reviews
    Great option as a HD truck scan/diagnostic tool

    This is a great tool for diagnostics and provides the ability to conduct active testing. It comes with lifetime updates which is a huge plus especially with continuous vehicle software/firmware updates. It has the feature to create testing/diagnostic reports which is great at the shop especially for several vehicles that are services on a recurring basis.

    It truly is a powerful tool, loaded with diagnostic, service interval adjustments & resets, and bidirectional communication providing the ability to active test various vehicle systems.

    My video review is very high level but it provides some of the features of this tool. I highly recommend ditching those other bluetooth scanners or other cheap scan tools and get this comprehensive tool!

    This item worked great right out of the box.

    Directions were very easy to understand. I did a scan on my 2017 F150 to check it out and it worked perfectly.

    E. Dempsey
    Powerful scan tool

    I bought this mainly to use on a 2012 Chevy Silverado diesel. The scan tool is user-friendly, powerful and has loads of functions and features. The scanner quickly connects to the trucks on board OBD2 port and provides you with all the data you may need to diagnose issues. Bringing your truck to the mechanic can easily cost over $100 just for a single diagnostic. With vehicles becoming more and more high tech, it is a lifesaver to have a tool like this. The scanner is responsive, the screen is crisp and clear, Im very impressed. At this price point, you really cant get much better of a scan tool. Highly recommended!

    Nice and solid

    Arrived nicely packaged. This is a nice heavy duty scanner that allows you to diagnose commercial trucks. It is very easy to use, plug and play. The scanner so far has worked well for me. I have used it on mane different makes and models and it was able to communicate with all of them. Lots and features at a great price point. Good product!

    Great support!

    I love the response time from Ancel, we had some questions when we first tried to use this and they were very helpful and quick to respond. The scanner works perfectly for the job and has a very clear readout. I love this scanner and it's price tag is far superior to the truck that comes by every so often.