Forscan lite?

Lincoln LS

  1. SultanGris

    SultanGris Well-Known LVC Member

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    Anyone here ever use forscan or forscan light? I bought this adapter here but it thinks my car is a 1.8 liter focus instead of a 3.9liter Lincoln LS, is that just cuz it's the forscan light? I've been holding off on paying for forscan cuz it doesn't work right. Any ideas? 16177528707717340981145060962762.jpg
     
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    DaleGrib Dedicated LVC Member

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    I would avoid the cheap knock-offs for trying to go wireless.
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    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07JFRFJG6
    I have been using this one for a few months with 0 issues and it has circuit protection built in that won't fry your pcm. It works with forscan and forscan lite with 0 issues. Also, this is the one forscan recommends to use.

    They say this one is ok as well if you use an android device. But I would go with the first one if you can swing the difference as it has it's own app that is pretty good. Plus the first one works fine with a PC using forscan.
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    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FSXYXLG
     
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      SultanGris Well-Known LVC Member

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      I've got a good cable one for forscan on my laptop, but I'm looking for a Bluetooth one for a monitor, bought the wrong one first that only works with torque, but torque sucks. Thanks for the info.
       
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