Nissan Consult Diagnostic Interface tool OBD 14 Pin Plug Connection RS232 Cable

Nissan Consult Diagnostic Interface tool OBD 14 Pin Plug Connection RS232 Cable

  • Nissan Consult Diagnostic Interface Tool OBD – The Nissan Consult ECU Diagnostic Interface lets you use your computer to diagnose engine problems and even fix them yourself! Computer required.
  • Works with Nissan Models with 14 pin Consult Port (Check near fuse box) Typically works with vehicles from 1989-2000 Connects to PC via RS232 Powered by Vehicle Plug – No battery needed LED Light
  • This cable supports real-time engine sensor monitoring and logging, active engine tests and work support, engine self learn control, and ECCS log file replay. You can also display the status of the input and output signals at the engine control unit (ECU), read the conclusions of the error log, and display the name of failed circuits. Once you have located the source of a problem, you can begin troubleshooting it immediately.
  • Monitor and Log dozens of realtime parameters from your nissan Check and clear engine codes before going to an expensive repair shop Adjust the timing and idle Reset Codes Control Idle air valves, relays such as AC, Fans and timing Perfect for repair shop working with Nissan vehicles Software CD included (others can be found on the internet and some are not free)
  • Examples of software on the market (some included) DDLreader: DDLreader v.15c / DDLreader v.16c ConZult ScanTechNissan Z-Control SRTalk v.1.0 ZCSetup v.2.0 ZTalk v.1.1 Nissan Data Scan v.1.4 Nissan Data Scan v.1.51

Whats included?

Nissan Interface as shown

RS232 Cable

CD with shareware software

Can this work with my Nissan?
This diagnostic code scanner works on all Nissan cars that have the grey 14-pin Consult connector (located near the fuse box). These cars are usually from the year 1989 to 2000, including models such as 300ZX, Z32, Maxima, 240SX, S13, S14, Skyline, SR20DE, SR20DET, RB20, Altima, and Fairlady.

What software can I use with this cable?
The freeware or commercial version of ConZult

Rating: (out of reviews)

Obd To Serial

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  1. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Yup, it works., June 16, 2012
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    The Nissan consult is several hundred dollars and that thing a few tens… yet it works as it should. Hooked it up, fired ECUTalk, and here i was viewing readings of all my active suspension sensors all at once. It’s just fine.

    (note on ECUTalk: the software shipped with it works but is limited in functionality unless you pay for more. But again, other ECU software work with it, such as ECUTalk which is free and not feature limited)

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  2. Anonymous says:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Really Works, June 10, 2012
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    Robert V. Maiden “Opa” (Tallahassee FL) –
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    I bought this unit to read codes from my 1995 Nissan Maxima. I received the connector and cable and hooked it up to my Dell Latitude laptop using the serial port (ie not a USB connection.. Although I could not get Conzult to read from the port, ECUTalk would. Now I need to learn all the different sensor readings I am able to read.

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