Advertise on fullfatrr.com »

Home > Group Buys > IID Tool - Bluetooth - 365 delivered
Post Reply  Down to end
Page 1 of 1
Print this entire topic · 
Mikey



Member Since: 10 Jan 2008
Location: Dundee
Posts: 1647

Scotland 
IID Tool - Bluetooth - 365 delivered

Currently being run on D3. We have our minimum of 10 units, if anyone on this side is interested

Not huge savings, but better than nothing Thumbs Up

http://disco3.co.uk/forum/topic130337.html

Post #331649 9th Jun 2015 12:41pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Fish



Member Since: 30 Aug 2014
Location: Bolton
Posts: 301

United Kingdom 2007 Range Rover Vogue TDV8 Rimini Red

Does anyone here know Mikey? I ordered and paid for one of these 6 weeks ago and it's still not been delivered and there is no reply to posts or pm's. I'm getting a little Censored off now Mad

Post #340507 3rd Aug 2015 9:04am
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Lost for Words



Member Since: 18 Jun 2015
Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
Posts: 473

United Kingdom 

If anyone is interested, Mikey's running another GB the same again: http://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/topic133849.html Thumbs Up

(Just to mention, Fish has now received his IID. Wink ) Visiting from DISCO3.CO.UK
Discovery 3 TDV6 Auto HSE Zambezi Silver

Post #345087 30th Aug 2015 9:13am
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Lost for Words



Member Since: 18 Jun 2015
Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
Posts: 473

United Kingdom 

Minimum of 10 already met now, but more are still welcome. Smile

Thumbs Up Visiting from DISCO3.CO.UK
Discovery 3 TDV6 Auto HSE Zambezi Silver

Post #345253 31st Aug 2015 10:56am
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Mikey



Member Since: 10 Jan 2008
Location: Dundee
Posts: 1647

Scotland 

Lost for Words wrote:
If anyone is interested, Mikey's running another GB the same again: http://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/topic133849.html Thumbs Up

(Just to mention, Fish has now received his IID. Wink )


Issues were had with Royal Mail and delivery to Fish, and subsequent return to myself.

As above though, we are now at 10 units, the more the merrier Thumbs Up

Post #345265 31st Aug 2015 11:49am
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Mikey



Member Since: 10 Jan 2008
Location: Dundee
Posts: 1647

Scotland 

A bit more info, for anyone sitting on the fence Wink

You can get details of coverage here: http://www.gap-diagnostic.com/products/iidtool.html

For the BT model, the basic functions (fault codes, live data, component control and service routines) are unlocked and available for all covered vehicles. Enhanced functions (CCF editing and ECU flashing, and calibrations like the suspension, transfer box and SAS) are VIN locked. You can buy additional licences (for any covered model) for 60.

The device works best via bluetooth using an app (free - Android and Apple), allowing graphing of live values etc., but can also function on it's own using the instrument cluster to write on like the IID "classic". (NB: Not all Android devices are compatible, so best to check first.)

Having worked my way through various diagnostic tools over the years (IDS/SDD, Autologic, Faultmate, Haweye, Nanocom etc), the IID Tool beats them all hands down, for ease of use, accessibility, info provided, and above all else, price...

The IID Bluetooth unit is exactly the same as the IIDPro which I use on a daily basis, but is VIN-locked, as explained in the above. The only difference is the Pro version is VIN-Free, and the price.

The IID will perform functions that even JLR's own SDD diagnostic system cannot do, such as Sat Nav on the Move (allows you to enter destination while driving)
It allows FULL Car Configuration File (CCF) editing and allows you to unlock "hidden" features within the car
It allows full software updates (not all models are currently covered, but they are in the pipeline), some of which as required for CCF editing and features to work, such as 3 Flash Indicators.
It allows EAS calibration, either individual corners, front only, rear only, or all 4 corners.

And if it all goes wrong with a calibration, or CCF editing, there is a Restore function, to put it back to standard Thumbs Up

There has been much thought and care put into each, and every process the IID Tool can perform.
They even go as far as forcing failed software updates, and have recovery processes already in place. Most of which goes on in the background automatically, so the end user doesn't have to do anything

I have taken some screenshots with my own Disco 3. There will be differences between the models, and some features available on some that are not there on others.

Fault Code read/Clear



You can also email them to yourself for future reference, or easy copy/paste. The forum software sees 8 + ) together as Cool Whistle

Quote:
VIN: SALLAAA135A336942
Vehicle scanned on 31-08-2015 13:30
Using IIDTool Pro V3.0 B2520

Auxilary Heater

U1A44-6C (2E) Fuel level
Body Control

B1B56-87 (2Cool Sliding roof module - Bus signal/message failure - missing a message
( at 167136 mi )
B1B70-81 (2Cool Local interconnection network bus circuit 2 - Bus signal/message failure - invalid serial data received
( at 166925 mi )
B1C82-14 (2F) Headlamp washer relay coil circuit - General electrical failure - circuit short to ground or open
( at 166900 mi )
B1C90-14 (6C) Auxillary driving lamps relay coil circuit - General electrical failure - circuit short to ground or open
( at 166900 mi )
B1C95-15 (2E) Approach lamps circuit - General electrical failure - circuit short to battery or open
( at 166918 mi )
B1D12-15 (2E) Volumetric alarm power circuit - General electrical failure - circuit short to battery or open
( at 166918 mi )
B1D13-15 (6Cool Interior lamps 1 circuit - General electrical failure - circuit short to battery or open
( at 167117 mi )
B1D14-15 (6Cool Interior lamps 2 circuit - General electrical failure - circuit short to battery or open
( at 167826 mi )
B1D17-87 (2F) Siren Circuit - Bus signal/message failure - missing a message
( at 166900 mi )
B1D18-87 (2F) Volumetric sensor circuit - Bus signal/message failure - missing a message
( at 166918 mi )
Engine TDV6

P0405-00 (2D) Exhaust gas recirculation sensor A - circuit low
P140A-00 (2D) Exhaust gas recirculation sensor C - circuit low
Parking Aid

B1B48-96 (6Cool Rear left outer sensor - Component failure - internal failure
Traffic Message

B1A56-18 (2F) Antenna circuit - General electrical failure - circuit current below threshold
Ventilation

B1B65-15 (6C) Left seat heater temperature sensor - General electrical failure - circuit short to battery or open
B1B66-15 (6C) Right seat heater temperature sensor - General electrical failure - circuit short to battery or open
( at 166904 mi )
B1B75-00 (6Cool Front foot-face mode stepper actuator
( at 167827 mi )
B1B76-00 (6Cool Front left air blend stepper actuator
( at 167827 mi )
B1B77-00 (6Cool Front right air blend stepper actuator
( at 167827 mi )


Height Calibration



Module/Sensor/Height calibrations






Service/Test Menu, offering Key Programming, Service Interval Reset, Aux Heater prime and Operation Check, EPB Unjam function, Lift Pump Security Reset, Suspension valve testing, and Transmission Adaptive Reset






It offers Live Values, both in digital, and graph form
The graphs are invaluable for pinpointing intermittent faults, as you can see the specific rise/fall in readings, instead of the digital values





It offers "Safe" CCF Editing





PatGAPinnov wrote:
Just a few little corrections since Mike does have a Pro and not a BT:

-For safety reasons, access to the full CCF list is available upon request only. However, the tested settings are available to all and these cover 99 % of all requirements.

It also offers "Advanced" editing. For 99% of owners, this option will go unused, but it can be made available for anything you want to retro-fit, or enable. This is where the CCF Restore function is invaluable Bow down






PatGAPinnov wrote:
Just a few little corrections since Mike does have a Pro and not a BT:

-Re-flash wise, the Pro is capable of housing all supported files while the BT does require either updating the tool to a special firmware for the Nav On Move or using the PC based interface for updating the Bluetooth in any other languages then UK English.

For more details on which re-flash are available and the fast lane service, please have a look at the user manual: http://www.gap-diagnostic.com/support/documents.html


ECU Flash screen. All of these Firmware options are free to use. There is a small charge for Firmware not listed in this menu, and is supplied direct from GAP.



The ECU Info tab allows you to see modules which are fitted to the car and what firmware is currently installed. Invaluable if you are having module communication issues

The Save/Restore tab allows you to save your specified height requirements, and change to them in a matter of seconds, as well as the CCF Restore, just in case Wink




Considering a main dealer will generally charge a minimum of 100 for a diagnostic plug in, the IIDTool offers excellent value for money, and while the saving is not huge, its better than nothing Thumbs Up

Post #345301 31st Aug 2015 2:24pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Lost for Words



Member Since: 18 Jun 2015
Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
Posts: 473

United Kingdom 

Bump. Few days left for those undecided. Closes on Sunday. Thumbs Up Visiting from DISCO3.CO.UK
Discovery 3 TDV6 Auto HSE Zambezi Silver

Post #346051 4th Sep 2015 11:49am
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
ironhorse



Member Since: 13 Dec 2013
Location: birmingham
Posts: 355

United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Giverny Green

if i wanted one would i have to specify its for a 2003 L322 or are they all the same and how would i pay

cheers nige

Post #346072 4th Sep 2015 1:18pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Lost for Words



Member Since: 18 Jun 2015
Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
Posts: 473

United Kingdom 

No, the BT model is the same for all vehicles. The part number may/will not be intended for the L322, but they all run the same firmware and can be unlocked for any of the covered vehicles. Thumbs Up

You'd have to speak to Mike about payment, but I assume he's going to send details out once everyone's signed up.

Thumbs Up Visiting from DISCO3.CO.UK
Discovery 3 TDV6 Auto HSE Zambezi Silver

Post #346077 4th Sep 2015 1:36pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
ironhorse



Member Since: 13 Dec 2013
Location: birmingham
Posts: 355

United Kingdom 2003 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Giverny Green

ok cheers

Post #346081 4th Sep 2015 1:45pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Lost for Words



Member Since: 18 Jun 2015
Location: Warminster, Wiltshire
Posts: 473

United Kingdom 

Last chance to sign up for one of these excellent tools. Thumbs Up Visiting from DISCO3.CO.UK
Discovery 3 TDV6 Auto HSE Zambezi Silver

Post #346354 6th Sep 2015 12:42pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Reply with quote
Mikey



Member Since: 10 Jan 2008
Location: Dundee
Posts: 1647

Scotland 

As it stands, we have 17 signed up, so the buy will be going ahead
It will close at midnight, so still a few hours to sign up Thumbs Up

Post #346368 6th Sep 2015 2:05pm
View user's profile Send private message View poster's gallery Post Reply
Post Reply  Back to top
Page 1 of 1
All times are GMT + 1 Hour

Jump to  
Previous Topic | Next Topic >
Posting Rules
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum



Site Copyright © 2006-2023 Futuranet Ltd & Martin Lewis
fullfatrr.com RSS Feed - All Forums


Switch to Mobile site