BMW Peake FCX3-16 Scan & Reset Tool is designed to Read/Scan
Engine trouble fault codes, reset the Check-engine Light (CEL) or better
known as the Service Engine Soon Light (CEL). Many have asked us how easy
is it to use? the answers is pretty simple, in a nutshell, you plug in
this BMW reset tool into the 20 pin connector under the hood or the 16
(OBDII) port near the pedal and follow the simple instructions in the
users manual that comes with your BMW Scan Tool
DEAL: Bimmerzone is extending the Peake Research warranty of 90
days to a full one year from the date of Purchase!
740i, 740iL, 2000-2002 Z3/MCoupe/MRoadster,
2001-2003 X5, If your BMW has the 20
pin connector under the hood, you need to Use
the FCX 3 Scan & Reset Tool
the features of the BMW Peake Scan & Reset Tool
with BMWs built between 2000and 2007. (including Diesel models)
engine fault codes, tells you what's wrong.
the "Check Engine" or "Service Engine Soon
Light, Oil service* and Insp.lights*.
easy to use & low cost
--Includes instruction manual
and storage case for the tool
If you answer "yes" to any
of these questions, you need an R5/FCX-3-16!
Has your BMW ever stalled, been slow to start, idled poorly or hesitated
during acceleration? Has the Engine light (also known as the "Check
Engine" or "Service Engine Soon" light) come on when
everything seemed fine? Have you ever received a costly repair bill and
wondered if the repairs and charges were legitimate?
Without the R5/FCX-3-16 scan-reset tool from Peake Research, you may be
forced into accepting what the repair/service center tells you and charges
you. Wouldn't it be great to know exactly what's wrong before you bring
your BMW in for a repair? Or, better yet, if you're handy with tools you
can avoid the repair shop altogether- run your own diagnostic and fix the
problem yourself! That is, if your car even needs a repair. Read on..
What is the Engine light trying to
The BMW Check Engine light (or Service Engine Soon) can mean any number of things. Sometimes it's
alerting you to the real need for a repair, so the Engine light is
something you should never ignore. But quite often it is merely indicating
one of the many, simple (topped off your coolant, loose gas cap or oil
cap) type problems. Imagine paying a hundred dollars to a repair shop
to tighten your radiator cap and reset the Engine light. Without the
R5/FCX-3, you're stuck staring at your Engine light until you're in the
mood to see the mechanic who can reset it.
Are you starting to see that the R5/FCX-3-16 Scan tool makes great financial sense?
Routine Maintenance Lights
As an added benefit, the BMW R5/FCX-3-16 Diagnostic tool includes the ability to reset the
oilservice and inspection, routine maintenance lights, and the maintenance
mileage countdown indicator on most 87-04 models. Considering that
an oilservice for a BMW can sometimes equal the price of the R5/FCX-3,
this feature alone is worth the price of the R5/FCX-3-16 Reset tool.
*Note: People often
confuse the SI lights "oilservice" and "inspection"
with the CBS system, which does not have an oilservice or inspection
light. It should be noted that on many 05 and later models the R5/FCX3,
while fully able to read codes and reset the Service Engine Soon light up
to 2007, is unable to reset the CBS indicator. Check your 05+ BMW (or