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- Basic OBD2 diagnostics free Find out why your "Check Engine" light is on: Carista shows you a list of the fault codes stored in your vehicle, as well as their meanings. You can also reset the "Check Engine" light.
- Advanced diagnostics Dealer-level electronic diagnostics (fault code checking and resetting) of all modules in the vehicle, incl. ABS, airbag, and other manufacturer-specific systems.
- Customizations Personalization of comfort & convenience features of the car. This allows you to customize your car to your liking and get rid of all those annoyances you have to deal with every time you get into your car. You can even enable hidden features that you didn't even know your car had! See sample customizations
- Basic Service free Carista shows you if your car is ready for Emission tests -- that way you can avoid the trip to the testing station before the vehicle's systems have gathered enough driving data to be ready for testing.
Service indicator reset
Reset your "Service Due" indicator with a single button tap. This resets both the "oil change" indicator and the "inspection" indicator.
Electronic parking brake service
Open your Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) for service, which enables you to change your rear brake pads by yourself. Now you have a dealer-level EPB tool in the palm of your hand!
Launch control count
Shows how many times the Launch Control has been used.
Force regeneration of your Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF).
DEF (AdBlue) level display
Show the current level of your AdBlue diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).
Detailed ECU information
Detailed information about your car’s electronic control units (ECUs) including the part number, version and more.
Tire pressure sensors (TPMS)
Register new TPMS sensor IDs (if you change your wheels or tire pressure sensors, for example); you can also see current tire pressures if pressure display is supported by the vehicle.
IF APPLICABLE: Disable Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and/or Traction Control (TRAC) temporarily by putting the vehicle in "inspection mode". (Note: vehicle must support ABS/VSC/TRAC inspection mode; support not guaranteed)