Differences in Autel Autolink AL619 and Autel Maxilink ML619 OBD2 Code Readers
Autel AutoLink AL619 VS MaxiLink ML619
- Firstly, MaxiLink ML619 is the same as Autolink AL619. They are both produced by Autel. They are only different in colors and prices. According to the market, Autel AL619 sells in a lower price.
- Secondly, 619s are easily connected easily and powers up with via the data link connector. However, the cable needs to be securely screwed into the scanner for it to work, or you’ll lose your connection and have to start over. The screen is a color display and easy to read, and seems logically laid out with icons.
- Next, Both AL619 and ML619 can scan engine light codes easily on anything, monitor live data, view freeze frame data and perform abs/airbag diagnosis. These Autel diagnostic scanners provides extensive vehicle coverage. It functions on most 1996 and newer vehicles with the inclusion of GM, Chrysler, Mercedes, Subaru, VW, Ford, Volvo, Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Mitsubishi, etc. Also, it has the ability to retrieve generic, manufacturer-specific, and pending codes.
- Last but not least, Autel al619 / ml619 product is a solid, durable scan tool that does pretty much whatever you could want as a home mechanic. More deatils, please refer to bellow comparison chart.
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