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    Anyone using Hawkeye on thier car

    Gday All,

    Just wondering if anyone else uses Hawkeye as a diagnostic tool on their cars. I would be interested in comparing notes on what you have / haven't been able to do.

    I realise the iid tool and nanocom are better , but I have the Hawkeye so just interested if anyone else does.

    Cheers Ean
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    Ean, Celtic 4x4 (Tony) has a Hawkeye that he uses for his D2. PM him, he's very approachable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Ian View Post
    Ean, Celtic 4x4 (Tony) has a Hawkeye that he uses for his D2. PM him, he's very approachable.
    No worries Ian , its not urgent or anything like that , its just I see plenty of Nanocom and iid tool threads but none about hawkeye. Not interested in whats better or worse just wanted to trade notes that's all.


    cheers Ean
    D1 97 tdi gone and Forgotten
    D2 01 TD5 with party pack option.
    Chipmonks,Killerwasps and 3Amigo's
    Gone but not forgotten
    Now...D3 08 TDV6 sweet


    LIFE BEGINS IN LOW RANGE

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    I have a Nanocom and a Hawkeye that I use on a TD5 Defender if that helps

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    I have them both as well, hawkeye is not so ''fancy'' nor so smart but it's 100% reliable with all the systems, unfortunately nanocom has some lacks especially in the fault code area when it comes to ACE and SLABS
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    ALL MY ADVICES ARE BASED ON MY OWN EXPERIENCE AND MY WAY OF UNDERSTANDING THE DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION OF SYSTEMS NOT OFFICIAL METHODS... I'M NOT A LAND ROVER TRAINED SPECIALIST JUST AN ADDICTED ENTHUSIAST.

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