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Screen shots look very close to Autoenginuity and some look identical, i wonder if someone has stolen and reconfigured some software?
 

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at bottom right of listing it says that scan tool does not reset ses or oil interval lights. Waste of $ IMO
 

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It does say it will:
Clear the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon indicator, but I think the two it lists that it won't clear are not major issues. Most of the vehicles with oil interval lights have a reset that anyone can do with a pen. And I think that works with the Service light also. I may be mistaken about that, but my Buick and Caddies would allow me to reset the oil service light myself.
 

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It does say it will:
Clear the Check Engine or Service Engine Soon indicator, but I think the two it lists that it won't clear are not major issues. Most of the vehicles with oil interval lights have a reset that anyone can do with a pen. And I think that works with the Service light also. I may be mistaken about that, but my Buick and Caddies would allow me to reset the oil service light myself.

ya, I just noticed autoenginuity says the same thing won't clear those lights. On my grand cherokee, all I had to do to clear those lights was hold down a reset button at startup.....

maybe it's a decent product.
 

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would that scanner work on my 94?
 
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