Autel MaxiDiag Elite MD802 Almost Five Star (Newest Reviews)


Autel MaxiDiag Elite MD802 is an auto scanner which can detect all modules for almost all cars after 1998. It is competitive in all system+ data stream function than other similar tools with same price. Check following reviews and find out if it’s as advertised or not.


Best scanner I’ve ever had. It scanned 40 modules on my W220 Mercedes S-class. It can’t do any changes, but can read absolutely anything.


This is a must tool if you have different cars and like to keep up on their performance. I am not a mechanic and have used this to diagnose issues on family vehicles: 3 Volvo and 1 VW. This works great on them all and let me know what is going on with the cars prior to sending them off to the shop.


Bought Autel MD802 to read SRS codes on 03 KIA optima, it deleted old codes with no issues. Also on 04 Explorer with door ajar chime going off continuously, it told me what door sensor was faulty, saving a lot of time.


I have used this on several different makes: Ford, Lexus, Acura, Nissan, Chevrolet and a few others. For the money this thing is amazing. Update was easy. Autel MD802 Elite reads a lot of information worth every penny.


Does exactly what it says it will do. Bought it primarily to check and reset air bag light on Volvo. It will read all engine and body codes as advertised.


I got this scanner for my garages and it was more than what I expected it has awesome quality in the screen and easy to use and works great on all vehicles I recommend this item for small garages or even huge dealerships.


I recommend this tool. Last week my 2007 BMW 335i overheated on the freeway. Rental trailer $60, Autel MD802 $219, water pump and thermostat $495, avoiding the dealership service department. Saved me well over $1000!


Great scanner works great for W204 and W212 Mercedes and displays all codes from the vehicle and the live data is a nice feature. Now I use this scanner for a long time and it is a great piece for my garage.


Very good scanner for whether you are Pro or DIY. I’m impressed with the quality and the ease of use. I showed it to my mechanic he thought he might purchase one also. He mentioned it analyzes some autos that professional analyzer won’t do.


I used Actron scanners mostly before, but now I will be using Autel. I have mostly used it on GMs, the Autel MD802 access all the modules on the vehicle and bring me so much info that I could never see with my Actrons.


I will give it 4 out of 5 stars for a little slow because it does a complete array of scanning (transmission and body control modules, as well as ABS). I am using only about 50% of its capabilities, but I am satisfied.


Surprise! This scanner does pretty much everything the OTC does, you know OTC Genesys cost more than $3k. I would recommend this to anyone.


Full System, All System, Four System, what is it!!! I read the reviews online and bought one Maxidiag MD802. I’ve used it to scan and clear codes on a 99 Neon, to scan and collect live (driving down the road) data on 07 GMC Yukon, and attempt to scan 05 Chrysler Crossfire. The Crossfire is supposed to require equipment that only some authorized dealers have, but I got a basic scan. What the machine told me matched well with known information for the Neon and Yukon.