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Just bought a Faultmate MSV2 Extreme. WHat an awesome bit of gear. If you intend on keeping your p38 for a while i reckon get one, awesome. Just be sure your good with Windows operating systems (alas im that bad with computers i ended switching to a simple Mac 10 years ago and havent looked back, until i got the faultmate..) and it is VERY impressive.
 

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I've tried one when I was hunting for a good diagnotic setup and it works well, ended up going for the Superscan 2 as price and cover was very good right up to 2007 on all models.

The only real concern with the P38 is the EAS and sometimes the Hevac system, I would say if you have a P38 with constant problems then owning a faultmate is a good tool to own.
There again a P38 with constant problems is either badly maintained (lack of) or repairs performed are incorrect, a seriously naughty P38 should be stripped for spares to keep the rest of use on the road
 

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Just did a 6000km trek into the "never never" in the P38 (up to Cape York actually). Just before we left, I patiently explained to my P38 that the Faultmate SV plus laptop plus numerous spares were packed on board and that I would open its guts to the world ( it's Tojo territory north of the tropic of Capricorn ) and publicly disown it if it I heard one complaint 8-0= 8~ :shock: :oops:

so 6,000km later, a quick drink of 1 litre of Castrol 10-40W as a reward for good behaviour, and not a peep or BEEP from the P38 `) `) `) :clap:

who said the power of pursuasion is dead :wink:
 
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