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Rover carries 3 diagnostic systems, with vehicle coverages and price points that will fit your needs. By: Ming-Tuck Sam Most DIY users only need to read and clear codes.

Doug introduces the Hawkeye, a diagnostic tool that is truly portable and simple to use by the home or professional mechanic; the Terrafirma TF930 for Land Rovers and Range Rovers with 1999 Bosch (or Jaguar) engines and newer engines--GEMS engines are not covered; and lastly, the Lynx Diagnostic System, which provides a number of programming and specialty functions specific to Land Rover. This i930 does that, at a price that is very affordable.

Windows Mobile will automatically cancel an installation in that case, to prevent software from using malicious means to choose "Yes" to install itself.

Google added this data at some point in the last few weeks, but it has only now been noticed.

The updates that everyone cares about are the move to a new version of Android, and those are available for at least two years from release date.

Having the actual dates on Google's support page is helpful, though.

The i Carsoft i LR-II Diagnostic Tool does provide those functions. It supports full system diagnosis and is a powerful DIY tool enabling owners and technicians to accurately diagnose complex problems.

See Rover for more information and complete coverages by vehicle and system. Call us at 1-800-533-2210 or contact us via live chat. Do-It-Yourself-How-To Video: Watch Doug, our Land Rover Master Technician, as he helps you in choosing the right diagnostic system for your model Land Rover.