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  1. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Looking for some software for the van.
    This seems about the best bang for my buck without spending a lot more money.

    Anyone had any experience with it.

    https://maxiecu.eu/en/shop/
     
  2. chris pruteanu Member

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    I wouldn't bother with that really, just buy a cheap delphi interface and that will do 95% of cars without much bother...pretty intuitive too !
     
  3. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Iveco. doesn't play well with Delphi apparently
     
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    I got a Foxwell one for the Discovery, they dont play well with anything generic

    Downloaded and installed the correct software and it's been spot on, including special programming functions
     
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  5. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Will have a look. Edit. Nope. Will read and clear odd bits but no coding.
    Next option for me is
    https://www.scantool-direct.co.uk/ficom-fiatalfalancia-iveco-diagnostics.html

    More expensive that maxi need to compare what they can do.
     
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    Aye. Though his plug won't fit mine.
    Round 16 pin I believe.

    Could just buy something cheap to read codes but want as detailed and functional as possible.

    I'd rather stick with my trusted garage for future works as place in Bedford ripped me off.
    If I can rock up with software on a laptop ready to go then that options open to me with coding abilities for injectors etc.
     
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  8. m_c Member

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    Diag kit for Iveco is a PITA. In fact, just anything Iveco is usually a PITA.

    The latest Delphi software is OK with limited coding ability, however you won't get that via any non-reputable source (the latest you'll get via such sources is the pre-security dongle 2016 IIRC, which would probably only be any good for any Iveco a few years older than that).
    I'm not sure what version of the software you can get via Wow (the Delphi system is actually from a generic supplier who rebrands their software/interface for each customer. Delphi, Wow, and Eclipse are all from the same supplier).

    Texa was always best on Iveco, but you won't be buying that just to use on your own van.
     
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  9. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    Looking at fiacom as my best option right now.
    http://www.obdtester.com/ficom-eculist/iveco/daily_2006_2011_[iv]

    Can get hold of a copy of easy cheap and the fiacom interface should support it too.
    If easy won't work o won't have lost a lot and still have reasonable diagnostics.

    £309 isn't unreasonable for fiacom.

    It's a 11plate mk4
     
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  10. mtt.tr

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    is there not the equivalent to like opcom or vagcom on ebay?
     
  11. eLuSiVeMiTe

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    By equivalent you mean a pc based interface?

    Both maxi and fiacom are PC based with an interface.
    130 for maxi 309 for fiacom.
    Maxi isn't clear on its coding abilities though. Still digging around.
     
  12. Dcal Member

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    Multieuscan does most of the Italian stuff but my version doesn't support Iveco.
    You might be able to connect to some of the modules if they are the same as one of the vehicles listed.
    You can download a free version if you want to have a go at connecting (and you have the correct cable)

    Brilliant program by the way and cheap as chips.
     
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