Autel AP200 screen shots + INFO

mtman

New member
Autel AP200 - Europe > Sprinter or Chrysler?

Hi,

I have an 08 Dodge Sprinter. Used an m802 on it before - Chrysler seems to produce more codes, but Europe > Sprinter gives slightly different codes.

Which one should I get as the default? Is it worth it subscribing to the other one as well?

Thanks
 

autostaretx

Erratic Member
Re: Autel AP200 - Europe > Sprinter or Chrysler?

The Benz_Sprinter selection should cover all variations.

Here in the US, to get the full at least more systems reporting, we have to tell is "WDB" *and* 906 *and* (sometimes) Mexican.
It's rather hit-and-miss.

--dick
 

LucianNovo

Member
77580E5B-879A-4E78-A664-50B66078DC18.png When I select Manuel selection a pop up come up that says: “Data Error”. Is anyone else having this problem?

What I’ve done to trouble shoot: deleted and redownloaded the apps, disconnected and reconnected Bluetooth, reinstalled the Benz-Sprinter pack

Does anyone have a suggestion for how to fix?

Im using a 2004 Dodge Sprinter 3500, and an iPhone, I’m using the “Benz-Sprinter” diagnostic package
 

Bobnoxious

Sprinter Savant
Excellent!
Successfully diagnosing a problem is certainly a pleasurable dopamine moment.

Thank you for sharing your experience with AP 200 and encourage you to share more?
 

LucianNovo

Member
9A0C2B16-1E86-43F1-ADD1-C386F75D1326.png Actually I haven’t successfully made the AP200 work yet for my 2004 Dodge Sprinter 3500. I'm trying the Benz-Sprinter andDodge diagnostic packages. When I use the Benz-Sprinter package it gives me The following error when I select “manual selection”:5B9E8810-3164-4E4F-80EE-B9A7A1B22060.png

does anyone have a suggestion for how to make this work? My objective is to clear the check engine light briefly for a smog check.
 

Bobnoxious

Sprinter Savant
I think this problem has been resolved and someone will chime in.


Smog check? Need to determine what monitors, if any, are open.
 

Bobnoxious

Sprinter Savant
This comes straight outta the 06 service manual and doesn't just apply to AGM batteries.IMG_9186.JPG
 

Bobnoxious

Sprinter Savant
Check all the OBD female-male connector pins for corrosion, postion and or damage.

Sometimes the little metal spade thingys become dislodged and don't make sufficient contact.
 

autostaretx

Erratic Member
does anyone have a suggestion for how to make this work? My objective is to clear the check engine light briefly for a smog check.
For simply clearing a check engine light (without actually addressing the problem), the AP200's "Basic" profile (which was in it when you opened the box) should be able to do that.

Many smog-check stations look for "monitors closed" and miles since clearing the Check Engine light as part of their checking.

If you location only cares about "light out" and "passes SNAP opacity (i.e. smoke) test", then you might get by.

--dick
 

Bobnoxious

Sprinter Savant
KOEO???
 

marklg

Well-known member
Haha. Figured out my own problem. For sprinters made between 2002 and 2006ish with a dodge logo on them- you need to get the Dodge diagnostic package!! (Obviously :LOL:)
I do not believe this is correct. Mine works with Benz_Sprinter manual vehicle selection and several people have chosen the Dodge and had to get Autel to reset their free option, removing it so they can choose Benz_Sprinter.

If you choose generic OBD, does it talk to the vehicle? If not, you have a hardware connection issue.

Regards,

Mark
 

autostaretx

Erratic Member
Awww.... come on .... you've seen "Key Out, Engine Off" before, haven't you?

Corrected by Cheyenne (below): "Key On, Engine Off"

(no, i have no idea why it's not EOKO, which is the sequence one would actually have performed.)
((perhaps it's French?))

--dick
 
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LucianNovo

Member
Excellent!
Successfully diagnosing a problem is certainly a pleasurable dopamine moment.

Thank you for sharing your experience with AP 200 and encourage you to share more?
Bobnoxious I was wrong when I claimed that the Dodge diagnosis package works for 2004 Sprinters. So I deleted the post that your reply relates to. you might want to delete your reply.
 

Cheyenne

UK 2004 T1N 313CDi
Awww.... come on .... you've seen "Key Out, Engine Off" before, haven't you?
Come on Dick, at least get it right....

It should be Key ON, Engine OFF.


So ignition turned to get dash lights but engine not running.

Keith.
 

autostaretx

Erratic Member
Come on Dick, at least get it right....

It should be Key ON, Engine OFF.
Thus demonstrating the problem with using acronyms instead of spelling it out.

TANSTAAFL and all that...

--dick (thanks for the correction) :bow:
 

gord.tromac

New member
Re: Autel AP200 screen shots

Let's put them in-line for the folks: (if you refer to his PDF file, you can blow them up larger)

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--dick (whose AP200 is on the way (in theory))View attachment 114151View attachment 114152View attachment 114153View attachment 114154View attachment 114155
Just ordered but am unclear how to find out if mine is a '903' or something else as mine is also a dodge and the vin may also not be recognised. 2006.
 

marklg

Well-known member
Just ordered but am unclear how to find out if mine is a '903' or something else as mine is also a dodge and the vin may also not be recognised. 2006.
If it is a 2006, choose Benz_Sprinter from their "store" as your free vehicle. Then choose manual selection and then Sprinter, and then either the lines starting with 901 or YD and then your country. Both work, with different modules working on both. Then try the different modules. If they don't talk, try the other vehicle selection. You might have to use both to get all of them as Autel did not record which modules were in which vehicle.

Regards,

Mark
 

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