Foxwell NT500 VW Audi Seat Skoda scanner- more choice after 5054A

Foxwell NT500 VAG diagnostic scanner offers one more option for VW Audi Seat Skoda after vas5054a. Compare with vas5054a, Foxwell NT500 is not windows-based but handheld with 240*320 TFT color display, according to the customers’ feedback, it run quicker than our diagnostic computer.

Following parts are about Foxwell NT500 all details.

Foxwell NT500 main unit and adapters:

1 pc x NT500 VAG Scan Tool, 1 pc x Users Guide, 1 pc x Memory Card, 1 pc x USB Cable, 1 pc x Diagnostic Cable, 1 pc x Nylon Carry Pouch


English, Spanish and Chinese


SD memory card for data backup and software update

Foxwell NT500 workable car models:

Covers VW/Audi/Seat/Skoda sold worldwide from 1996, works with global OBDII/EOBD cars, SUVs, minivans, light-duty trucks.

Foxwell NT500 compatible protocols:

Compatible with the latest UDS protocol

Workable control system:

Engine, airbag, ABS, A/T, instrument cluster and so much more

Foxwell NT500 Volkswagen / Audi Scan Tool Video:

Foxwell NT500 what can do:

Reads and clear codes and turns off MILs

Requests and records live sensor data

Provides live data graphing

Merges graphs for easy and intuitive diagnosis

Displays freeze frame data

Performs active tests on vehicle systems and components

Performs special functions such as coding, security access, advanced datastream and so much more

Retrieves ECU information

Supports all 10 OBDII test modes, such as live data, O2 sensor test, component test and more

Resets oil service light

Sets inspection 1, 2 service interval

Sets (non) long life oil service

Sets inspection mileage

Deactivates and re-activates brake control system

Retracts calipers for brake pad replacement

Advances calipers after servicing to the original position without affecting the current calibration

Initializes the wear indicator if new pads installed

Diagnoses EPB caliper functionality

Resets the brake pad thickness after AUDI A8 service

Code troubleshooters provide you faster and easier diagnosis