- Settings button: Push left/right, short/long press
- Suction cup mount plate
- OBD II interface
- Light sensor
- Middle Short press: (1) Switch to display mode. (2) Confirm the menu after entering the display mode.
- Push left: (1) Navigate to left area functions. (2) Change the function settings after entering the menu.
- Push right: (1) Navigate to right area functions. (2) Change the function settings after entering the menu.
- Middle Long press: After entering the menu and completing the settings, long press for 5 seconds to save and exit.
Below are the Function Abbreviations:
ECT - Engine Coolant Temperature
ODO - Odometer
RPM - Revolutions Per Minute
MAP - Intake Pressure
DIS - Driving Distance
A/F - Air-fuel Ratio
OIT - Oil Temperature
FUE - Fuel Consumption
TCP - Turbine Pressure
TIM - Driving Time
VLT - Voltage
Push Left/Right to switch function
Long press the settings button, push right to switch to the settings and then short press the button to enter the menu, push right to switch to Factory Set and short press to save and exit.
Eliminate the fault code:
When the device scans the program successfully:
- Long press the button to enter the settings menu
- Push right to switch to troubleshooting
- Short press and find “eliminate the fault code function”
- Long press to finish.
Settings mode (menu mode):
Long press to enter the settings mode, push right to choose the menu and short press the button to confirm. Once you’ve completed the settings, long press to exit.
In the menu (Settings) mode, all the default values can be changed by pushing left to decrease and pushing right to increase.
Language set: Please choose your preferred language (English, Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese).
Sound switch: Turn the buzzer on or off.
Speed alarm: The default value is 150 (Default value can be changed, push left to decrease and push right to increase).
Coolant alarm: Default value is 120°; meaning this device will sound an alarm when the coolant temperature is over 120°.
RPM alarm: Default value is 6,000 rpm; meaning this device will sound an alarm when RPM reaches over 6,000.
BAT alarm: Default value is 10.5V; meaning this device will sound an alarm when the battery voltage is less than 10.5V.
Speed adjustment: Adjust the speed according to the dashboard; the default value is 107%.
Speed offset: When the vehicle is turned off, but the device speed is not 0, then adjust the device speed offset value, if the device speed shows 5km/hr, then change the default device speed offset value at 5.
Battery adjustment: If the battery voltage is different from the vehicle, it can be adjusted.
Engine size: The default value is 1.6L. If the fuel consumption is very different from the dashboard please change the displacement size.
Fuel consumption adjustment: Default value is 100%, it can be adjusted.
Change colour 1: The top functions colour on the screen.
Change colour 2: The left side/middle functions colour on the screen.
Change colour 3: The right side/bottom functions colour on the screen.
Brightness: By default, it is set to “Auto” (Automatic sensitivity). Choose any value from 1-6, the brightness will be increased as you increase the number.
CWT unit: Default coolant temperature's unit is °C, also can be changed to °F.
Speed unit: Default unit is km, can be changed to a mile.
Total distance: Can make the total driving distance same as in dashboard (If the dashboard shows the total distance as 30,000km, the user can set the device value to 30,000km).
Power off time: Default power off time is 10s. For auto start and stop, please set the power off time to 180-240s.
Sleep voltage: The default setting is “off”, if the device can’t auto off, please adjust the voltage at 13.2V or higher.
Factory Set: Short press to go back to the factory settings.
Speedup test: Shows the speed, distance and the time for 400m and the time for 100km/hr.
Brake test: Shows the speed, brake distance and time.
Error Code Set
Scan DTCs: Scan the ECU to check for error code and show the error details.
Clean DTCs: Switch to clean the DTCs, short press the button to finish cleaning.
Data Stream: Shows vehicle data stream.
1. The screen does not display anything and there is no power:
Start the car engine; check if the OBD cable line is tight by pulling down on it gently multiple times and check if the power switch is turned on. If there is still no display, please move it to another car to test, analyse whether the car’s OBD diagnostic interface is working. If it is not, contact Kogan.com Support.
2. The machine is stuck or stuck during driving:
Check if the OBD interface is connected to another OBD device. If so, please remove the other OBD device and do a factory reset. If you still cannot use it, try it in another car.
3. Inaccurate speed:
a. First, check whether the speed unit (km/hr and mph) is correct or not. Please refer to the settings to switch the unit.
b. When the product is powered, long press the button to enter the menu and right push once to switch to settings, then short press the button to enter into the menu and right push the button to switch to the speed adjustment option. (If the dashboard shows 100 and the device shows 101, change the default value to 106%)
4. Inaccurate fuel consumption:
Check your car’s displacement and set the device the same as in your car (if your car shows 2.0L, then change the device value to 2.0L). The fuel consumption can be adjusted, but it’s not suggested to change it, because all the data are read directly from the car’s ECU.
5. RPM alarm:
Default alarm is 6,000. Please refer to the settings to change.
6. Over speed alarm:
Default alarm is 150km/hr. Please refer to the settings to change the value.
7. The device cannot power off automatically:
a. After the vehicle turns off, the device will still display the speed, switch the settings to speed offset and adjust the value to the one shown in the device. (If the device shows 5km/hr after the vehicle turns off, then change the speed offset at 5km/hr).
b. After the vehicle turns off, the device will still display the RPM, switch the settings to sleep voltage and change the value at 13.2V.
8. Auto start and stop:
Change the power of time to 180s.
9. The wrong operation leads to crashes:
Use the factory set option to reset the unit and retry.
10. Why does the car’s dashboard fault code light up?
Universal OBD devices support multiple communication modes and generally each car only supports one kind of communication protocol to pull up the unneeded pins by the pliers. (When the vehicle turns on, unplug the OBD cable and re-plug again, it will display the protocol).
- Communication protocol ISO15765 CAN Bus, keep the 4/5/6/14/16 pins and pull the other pins, as shown in the below picture.
- Communication protocol ISO14230 KWP2000, keep the 4/5/7/16 pins and pull the other pins, as shown in the below picture.
Communication protocol: ISO14230 KWP2000
- Communication protocol ISO 9141-2, keep the 4/5/7/15/16 pins and pull the other pins, as shown in the below picture.
Communication protocol: ISO 9141-2