VXDIAG GM GDS 2 Test ok on 2010 Excel 2009 Regal

(Dec. 24th, 2015) wobd2 engineers has successfully tested GDS 2 for VXDIAG VCX NANO for GM/OPEL on two Buick cars:

http://www.worldobd2.com/wholesale/vxdiag-vcx-nano-wifi-gm.html

Top 6 Reasons to test with VXDIAG VCX NANO for GM/OPEL:
1. Flexible configuration supports wired or wireless connection
2. Compatible with applications that diagnose engines, transmissions, ABS, instrument panels and more
3. Mixed fleet capabilities with broad protocol support
4. Quick access to vehicle data for maintenance or management reports
5. Easy to install VXDIAG scanner to vehicle’s diagnostic connector
6. May be used with desktop PC or laptop

Operation system:
Win7 64bit /
Win8 64bit system

Connection methods:
Via USB adapter or WIFI

Tested cars:
2009 Buick Regal
2010 Buick Excel

Test 1 – USB wired diagnosis on 2009 Buick Regal by GM VXDIAG GDS2
Open GDS2 software on desktop
Click Diagnostics
GDS2-(1)
Come to GDS2 software program, click Enter
GDS2-(2)
Select vehicle year and model, here obd2express technicians test a 2009 Buick Regal
GDS2-(3)
Click Enter
Module Diagnostics, click Enter
GDS2-(4)
Engine Control Module, click Enter
GDS2-(5)
Engine identifier: select 2.0L (LDK) and click Enter
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and click Enter
GDS2-(6)
DTC display, click Enter
GDS2-(7)
Click Details
GDS2-(8)
Read and click Back
Go to Home page and Close Applications
GDS2-(9)

Test 2 – Wireless diagnosis on 2010 Buick Excel with GDS 2
Connect VCX WIFI wireless connection
GDS2-(10)
Open VX Manager on desktop
Press “Configure” function
Set Connection Type to “WLAN” and save it
GDS2-(11)
Open GDS2 software on desktop and diagnose 2010 Buick Excel.
GDS2-(12)
Module Diagnostics, click Enter
Engine Control Module, click Enter
Engine identifier: select 1.6L (LDE) and click Enter
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and click Enter
DTC display, click Enter
Click Details
GDS2-(13)
Read and click Back
Go to Home page and Close Applications

Done!

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