Originally Posted by 2015Chrysler300c
I've read several positive comments regarding the APPCA-DIAGFCA software. Being new to computer software instead of hand held unit, what else besides a recommended OBD2 adapter, computer and the $49.95 software is needed?
You need internet access. At least for the first use. Have not tried it without access to the internet since installing it.
You can get codes that are stored but not triggering the check engine light.
You can actually do some diagnostics.
And according to the info on their web page, they will soon be releasing a new version that supposedly will allow people to program keys.
Still in beta testing
FOB / Key programming for most of 2005-2013* models / some models up to 2018*
PIN Code Reading (needed eg. for keys programming) for most of 2005-2013* models / some models up to 2018*
Advanced Diagnostic Routines, eg. HVAC Actuator Calibration, ABS Initialization, PCM Replace, etc. *
Clearing DTC codes in all modules in one click
Vehicle Configuration Report - it's a report that shows all vehicle configuration settings in one document.
Faster connection process
Software updates once you buy it are free.