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Old 04-22-2008, 01:09 PM   #1
cooperfoot
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Read & Clear Airbag Light

I see these forums offer a lot of information and there are a lot of experts out there. My question is about scanning airbag systems.

The scan tool for airbags is different than a scan tool for the "check engine" light. I have also learned that there are many different airbag scan tools for many different car manufacturers. Does anyone have any experience with these scanners? If so, which ones are the best (most coverage)? Is there any one scan tool that would work for 90% of the cars...airbag scan only? I don't want to spend any money on graphing or driveability capabilities.

Also, does anyone make a laptop with that software either?

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