The INNOVA 6100P is an advanced scan tool that can read standard OBD2 engine codes as well as ABS and SRS errors.
Most any OBDII scan tool can read and erase standard errors but only advanced units can also scan and erase ABS and SRS.
Troubleshooting ABS (Anti Brake System) or SRS/Airbag (Supplemental Restraint System) is much easier with a good OBDII scan tool.
The INNOVA 6100P is one such scan tool built to show why an ABS or SRS dashboard light is on and what the problem is.
It can also clear the ABS/SRS codes but the dashboard light will likely come back on if the problem is not fixed.
*This unit was sent to me to review with my honest opinion and results below.
Read OBDII ABS & SRS Error Codes
Erase OBDII ABS & SRS Error Codes
Read Erase Standard OBDII Codes
Oil Light Reset
Charging System Monitor
The unit comes inside a carry bag.
To test the unit I used a 2012 Toyota Corolla that has an ABS problem and the Traction light constantly on.
I have reviewed several other OBDII scan tools and have not been able to read the ABS codes on the car.
Getting the codes was nice to have since several other scan tools I have tested have failed to work.
The unit had no problems erasing the ABS errors.
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INNOVA 6100P SRS ABS Engine OBD2 Scanner Diagnostic Tool with Battery Alternator Test Service Light Reset
The INNOVA 6100P OBDII scan tool works very well reading and clearing ABS and SRS codes.
I had no problems reading the errors on a 2012 Toyota Corolla along with erasing them.
The unit also has many other feature such as freeze frame and Enhanced OBDII codes.
There is also an erase oil light section that will give the steps to turn off the maintenance required light.
Most vehicles use a combination of the odometer button and key to turn the oil maintenance required light off.
The INNOVA 6100P gives the steps to follow to turn the light off after an oil change.
I am still testing the unit so far with good results and will update if anything changes.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon, forums, or elsewhere to be sure a unit is a good fit for you.