Autel has released its 2023 ADAS calibration coverage, adding what the company says is a “first-in-the-industry” DTC analysis feature that provides causes and solutions for ADAS sensors and components faults.
Available to all MaxiSYS tablet owners, MS906 Pro and higher, with active ADAS calibration software subscriptions, calibration coverage expands to:
- GM 2023-’24 Canyon, Cadillac Lyriq, and XT4
- Honda/Acura 2023 HR-V, Pilot, Civic, and Accord
- Hyundai 2023 IONIQ 5 Mazda 2023 CX-50, CX-90 & MX-30 models
- Infiniti 2023-’25 Q50, 2024-’25 QX60, 2023-’25 QX80
- Kia 2023 Sorento
- Land Rover 2020-’23 Rover, Range Rover Sport, and Discovery
- Lexus 2022 RC300, 2022 UX200, 2023 NX400h, LC500h, LC500, LC500C and 2024 UX250H
- Maserati 2023 Levante M161, Ghibli M157, and Quattroporte M156
- Mazda 2023 CX-50, CX-90, and MX-30
- Nissan 2023-’24 Versa, 2023-’25 Kicks, and 2023-’25 Rogue Sport
- Toyota 2023-’24 BZ4X, and 2023 Corolla Cross HEV
The new DTC analysis feature provides technicians with detailed fault cause possibilities, as well as suggested fault solutions including component repairs or replacements when a DTC in an ADAS system is detected. The feature is intended to facilitate the quick repair of the system with cause and solutions displayed with a tape on the question icon adjacent to the trouble code.
IA900WA users should also be aware of recent software updates to the Wheel Alignment software for numerous vehicles, including those made by GM, Infiniti, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Maserati, Mazda, Nissan, Toyota and Volkswagen.
The Autel IA900WA Wheel Alignment and ADAS calibration system provides vehicle wheel alignment coverage from the 1960s to today.