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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby MARTY » Wed 05.10.2016, 08:42

hi i needs a driver for the elan m100 interface for window XP can you help me regards ALLAN
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby Giniw » Wed 05.10.2016, 10:41

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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby david.bradley » Thu 26.01.2017, 22:50

Hi
I've been after an interface for a while.
Could you put me on the list please?
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby GeoffSmith » Fri 27.01.2017, 00:05

You have an e-mail David.
Calypso Red S2 #417

USB ElanScan interfaces @ £50 incl. P&P UK
http://ElanScanInterfaces.onmypc.net
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby niall » Sun 13.08.2017, 21:28

Geoff,
I wonder if you are able to produce an elenscan interface for me please.
I have an early one somewhere but due to the several years of neglect of most things Elan, and a house move, I have not laid eyes on it yet despite some searching and suspect that it was not a USB version.
I have a misfire to diagnose so am quite keen!
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 14.08.2017, 20:57

You have an e-mail Niall.
Calypso Red S2 #417

USB ElanScan interfaces @ £50 incl. P&P UK
http://ElanScanInterfaces.onmypc.net
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby niall » Mon 14.08.2017, 21:44

Thanks Geoff,
Reply sent.
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby John_W » Mon 14.08.2017, 22:28

niall,
An Elanscan log will be useful, but remember that many things that can cause a misfire will be invisible to Elanscan. It will only show up sensor faults that the ECU uses, and will not pick up wrong plug gaps, failed plug leads or incorrect static timing for instance. Those things may not set any fault code at all, or may just set a fault code that points to something else. What I mean is, don't just buy a potentially expensive new part that the fault code points to without cross-checking it.
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby quiksilva » Tue 05.09.2017, 15:28

Hi Geoff
Are any of these in stock for purchase currently?
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby quiksilva » Mon 11.09.2017, 17:26

Is he on his travels / hols?
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby quiksilva » Wed 13.09.2017, 21:50

Not to worry now bought a serial equipped laptop of dinosaur age to go with my existing serial cable interface,
geoff ignore everything i sent via your elanscan site, pm and the forum
sorry to bother you
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby niall » Fri 15.09.2017, 19:23

John_W wrote:niall,
An Elanscan log will be useful, but remember that many things that can cause a misfire will be invisible to Elanscan. It will only show up sensor faults that the ECU uses, and will not pick up wrong plug gaps, failed plug leads or incorrect static timing for instance. Those things may not set any fault code at all, or may just set a fault code that points to something else. What I mean is, don't just buy a potentially expensive new part that the fault code points to without cross-checking it.
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Thanks for your advice John,
I Replaced the coil packs and plug leads from stock but have just returned from Scotland and hope to do a scan soon.
I shall bear in mind your advice when I get a chance to play with the car.
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Re: ElanScan Interface

Postby Matoy » Thu 26.10.2017, 21:15

Hello,

I'd like to buy an Elanscan interface.

I send you an email Geoff.
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