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Hi, I've recently bought a maxiecu diagnostic interface for one of our other car ( a Mercedes ) and it's able to read far more modules than any generic obd2 scanner, it will read gearbox and body modules etc as well as being able to reset adaptations and clear faults.

Just wondered if anyone had used one on an Alfa as to add the Alfa license to my account would cost £26. It would be handy for my mito and my mums Giulietta, but not if it doesn't really offer any more functionality than the generic obd2 tools I also own.

I know multiecuscan is the usual on these cars, but I'd rather not have to spend more than I need to until I have to...
 

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I use multiecuscan, and have a modified ELM 327 interface and four different plugs to access everything . A generic reader will only allow you to access the legal minimum required by the relevant EU directive
 
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