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Autel Autolink AL319 Review – A Fancier Evolution. Still Just A Code Reader.

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Review of:Autel Autolink AL319

Product Type: Handheld Code Reader

Reviewed by: Alex Meyer

Quality of Build

Value For Money

​Ease of Use

What We Like

  • ​Simple to operate
  • ​Highly effective
  • ​Can save you money

What We Don't Like

  • ​Won't connect to all cars
  • ​Can cease working
  • ​Update issues

If you're looking for a reader that is more budget friendly, this is a key option. It's very easy to use for discovering any codes representing problems in your vehicle. Using this handy device, you can also help you avoid unneeded trips to a mechanic.

Autel autolink al319 - our review

​Autel Autolink AL319 Review

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Manufacturer's site: ​auteltech.com
User's manual: Click Here



If you want a device which can give you a basic scan of your vehicle, then this is the device for you.

You are not going to use this is a shop environment to diagnose a fleet of vehicles, but in a small shop or for personal use, it is perfect.

The big draw to this scanner is what you get for the price. There are not many scanners on the market at this price point and fewer which give you the functionality that this one does.

This is an easy-to-use device, which is intuitive to use from the moment you get it out of the bow.

If you are using it for standard models of cars, you will be fine diagnosis them, but for the less common cars and newer cars, you may find that the updates are not there.

1 thought on “Autel Autolink AL319 Review – A Fancier Evolution. Still Just A Code Reader.”

  1. Will this work on 1997 VW EUROVAN VR6, the AL319 or is there a more compatible product in this price range.
    I’m concerned about the timing chain.


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