Find fault with hawk eye

Hawk Eye diagnostics from Bearmach

Published:  26 February, 2010

rong>This robust unit is the latest addition to Bearmach’s product range and is aimed at entry and intermediate-repairers rather than full-on diagnostic Einsteins.

/>It doesn’t need to be linked to a PC or laptop and is powered direct from the vehicle. According to Bearmach it’s “intuitive and user-friendly” with on-screen prompts to provide quick resu

/>It can read and clear fault codes, display live data and communicate with actuators and control modules. It will also interface with engine management, ABS, air suspension, chassis, security and EPB syste

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