|Control module||All electronic control module||ABS, SRS/Airbag||Engine, Transmission, ABS, SRS/Airbag||Engine, EPB, ABS, SRS/Airbag|
|Reads and clear codes||√||√||√||√|
|Reads/records/graphs live sensor data||√||√||√||√|
|Freeze frame data||√||√||√||√|
|Special Function||EPB Service||√||√|
|Oil Light Reset||√||√|
|SAS(Steering Angle Sensor Calibration)||√||√|
|TPS/TBA(Throttle Body Alignment)||√||√|
|Bi-directional control tests||√||√|
|Other Service &Maintenance Function||√|
|Control module coding||√|
Step One - Install the Update Client
(2)The file downloaded will be a compressed zip file. Open that file and run the installer inside it.
Alternatively, you can install the update client from the CD that comes in the product package.
Step Two - Create Your Vident Account
Firstly you need to create an account with Vident.
(1)Once installed, boots up the iScanzilla software, click the Register button.
(2)Fill out the registration form and submit.
Alternatively, you can click the Sign Up button on the right upper side of our website to create an user account.
Step Three – Register Your product
(1) When logged in iScanzilla, click the 'Register Products' icon
(2)On the 'S/N Registration' tab, put a tick in the box marked '001' then enter the product's serial number & password, and click Submit.
Please connect the scan tool with computer through the USB cable, select Setup > About to check the Serial Number and 'Register Password”.
(3)A confirmation box should be shown confirming successful registration.
Alternatively, you can register the product in the member center when logged in on our website.
Step Four – Update the Software
(1)Now close the iScanzilla software, remove the TF card from your tool (making sure the tool is turned off first!) and connect it to the PC via an TF card reader.
(2)Once Windows has detected the TF card, run the iScanzilla software and login again. click the 'My Updates' button. After a few seconds, a list of the available software updates will appear.
Ensure that the correct serial number is displayed in the drop-down list.
(3)Click the Update button to download and install available updates.
Please have your attention here: the update process can take a long time. If your tool has not been updated recently, it may take a few hours for the update process to complete. Once the update has completed, don't forget to 'safely remove' the SD card in Windows before unplugging it, to avoid the possibility of data corruption.
Vident iLink400 Release 2019 2020 2021 Car Models
Vident iLink400 scanner adds many car models till year 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Check detail as below:
1 GM 2021
2 Ford 2019
3 Chrysler 2020 2019-2020 special function is under development, will be available in April 2021
4 Toyota/Lexus and Scion 2020
5 Honda/Acura 2020
6 Nissan/Infiniti 2021
7 Hyundai/KIA 2019
8 BENZ/Sprinter 2017
9 BMW/Mini and Rolls Royce 2017 next month update to 2020
10 VAG (VW,Audi, Skoda, Seat, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, VW Commercial) 2020
11 Land Rover/Jaguar 2020 new vehicle only support basic function
12 Fiat/Abarth, Alfa Romeo and Lancia 2019
13 Opel/Vauxhall 2021
14 Peugeot & Citroen 2020 new vehicle only support basic function and some special function
15 Renault/Dacia 2020
16 SsangYong 2017
17 Subaru 2017 next month can update to year 2021
18 Mitsubishi 2016 November 2021 add till 2020
19 Volvo 2021 2018-2021 special function is under development, will be available in the end of Feb. 2021
20 Holden 2019
21 FordAU 2019
22 Porsche 2017
23 Maserati 2017
24 Ferrari 2017
25 Aston Martin 2017
26 Mazda 2019
27 ISUZU 2020
28 SUZUKI 2021
Vident iLink400 Scanner "Bleed Chevy Blazer ABS" Tutorial
I have 2006 G6 GTP (CAN protocol), 2001 Blazer (J1850 VPW) and 2004 Avalanche (J1850 VPW) to activate ABS bleeding, and I found Vident Ilink400 Multi-System Scan Tool for GM on videntshop.co.uk where someone said it worked on a 2003 S10 for crank sensor relearn. Also found someone who said it read cam sensor retard. And another who said it worked on the Blazer ABS Bleeding procedure. Also found some people who had some troubles, but there is always people who can’t get things to work when they should. what I find interesting is that the manufacturer’s web site says it works on both OBD1 and OBD2 – so maybe this will work on 1995 OBD1.5?
Then , I went ahead and ordered one, it was $149 free shipping.
I'll review the Vident Ilink 400 because it’s really good value.
I’m REALLY impressed with it. Downloaded and installed GM software update. Hooked up to my 2006 G6 GTP (CAN protocol), my 2001 Blazer (J1850 VPW), and my 2004 Avalanche (J1850 VPW). The Avalanche it does not automatically recognize the vehicle and forces me to enter some info about the vehicle manually. Apparently does ABS brake bleeding and crank sensor relearn on all 3 GM vehicles (actually tried the brake bleeding procedure on the Avalanche). Did not look for cam sensor retard on the Avalanche and the G6, but does read the all-important Cam Sensor Retard on my Blazer. Saw it does injector balance test on Avalanche. Does misfire counters for all three. Plus was reading BCM and HVAC codes on Avalanche. Red and identified a entertainment (radio) code on the g6. However could not find TCCM module on either Blazer or Avalanche (both 4-button). Too much to list – has TONS of capability. Way, way more than my HP Tuners VCM scanner software. But remember you only get one manufacturer’s PIDs – pay $60 each for any more you want to install. The box claims it’s compatible with OBD1 and OBD2 but no OBD1 connector included so who knows. A little clunky to get through the menus, but it’s a handheld scanner.
I would say anyone with 1998+ Blazer is VERY safe to buy this scan tool Vident Ilink 400 and will be EXTREMELY happy with it for the price. It is obviously pretty cheaply made and Chinese, but should be OK.
Have no idea how it will work with 1995 (OBD1.5), or 1996-1997 Blazers (we know some Bluetooth scanning apps have trouble with GM PIDs on 1996-1997). I’ll try to review this scanner more thoroughly sometime this fall and post it. In the meantime, if anyone collects data using this scanner on the 1995-1997 Blazers, please let me know so I can include that info. I have no idea how it will work (GM PIDs and bidirectional controls) with very new vehicles (ie 2013+) but I believe the CAN protocol is consistent through 2012 and it seem to do the most module types for the CANBUS vehicles so they should be good to go.
The following paragraph is my personal experience and point of view on Chinese GM Tech2, Blue Driver for GM when comparing with Vident Ilink 400:
Take a typical Bluetooth OBD app for example, tons of these out there – only a few do enhanced GM PIDs (sensor/data monitoring) and even fewer have all the useful specific PIDs for a Blazer such as cam sensor retard. Specifically these are Car Gauge Pro (98+ blazer only – includes enhanced PIDs), Dash Command w/enhanced GM PID purchase (all years Blazer), Blue Driver (I have not personally reviewed but seems to work for iPhone users). Car Gauge Pro and Dash Command requires a separate Bluetooth OBD2 adapter to be purchased – recommend BAFX one. The rest have big promises, little susbstance. However, please be advised that none of the Bluetooth apps do Brake Bleeding or Crank Sensor Relearns, which is what the Ilink400 is really about.
At $300+ you can buy Windows software that will do the Crank Sensor Relearn, but the brake bleeding is not supported on HP Tuners anyways. Don’t know about the others. HP Tuners, Autoenginuity, EFI live.
At $150 you can buy Windows software Scan XL Pro that pretty much equals the functions of Dash Command – same company – different platform – don’t have to buy the Enhanced GM PIDs for each vehicle.
Some people love their $350 Chinese Tech 2 and claim is works just like the GM Tech 2. I have zero experience with either one.
So I was quite excited to find the Ilink400 would do both brake bleeding and things like the crank sensor relearn and HVAC. The handheld scanner I bought and returned before buying mine would only do the brake bleeding + simplest generic OBD2 PIDs.
For casual Blazer diagnostics, for under $50 I recommend Dash Command or Car Gauge Pro (Car Gauge Pro does more on 1998+ Blazers, but not as intuitive to use and is poorly documented). If you feel the need for crank sensor relearn or brake bleeding or more bi-directional control, then for under $150 the Vident Ilink400 seems made to order. I like them ALL and find uses for each!!! The only one that does it all is the factory Tech 2.
Vident Ilink400 gm– just figured out the TCCM IS reachable using the Ilink400, but you find it under Powertrain (also Cruise Control is found under powertrain). Looks like you can monitor the status of various switches and their positions + much more. Found this when working on my Avalanche cruise control. Brake switch was not working and you could see the status of all the cruise control switches. It’s a great little handheld.
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