Nissan Consult

Stahlcar Nissan Consult Bluetooth Diagnostic tool instructions

Unit Manual (PDF)

Pairing password: 1234

PC Software:
ECU Talk Software Download (2MB)

Android Apps:


BlueFRom -
ConsultBT Scan -
NDSI Lite -
Nikoz* -
Torque Pro* -

2000 upwards:
NDSI Lite -

* - costs additional


- power off car
- plug in interface
- turn car key to ACC or On position.
    LED red is on,
    LED blue is On 500ms and Off 500ms,
    LED green and orange are Off.
- scan Bluetooth device, and enter pairing code "1234"
- run app, setup to select "NISBIE".
- click "Connect" in app.
    When Retrieving data,
    LED red is On,
    LED blue is On,
    LED green and orange keep flashing.

Trouble Shooting:
If you are still having issues with the unit then it may be because of the following

- It's not inserted firmly into DDL socket.
- The OBD2 adapter is loose from either end.
- The bluetooth module has cold soldering due to shipping vibration.
- The connector inside the interface is loose.
- The car battery power surges higher than 15V and burns the power

Stahlcar Nissan Consult USB Diagnostic tool instructions

Software Downloads:

- Software and Drivers Download (2MB)

- Windows 8 Drivers Download (7MB)

Setup Instructions:

Setup of the Nissan Consult USB tool is quick and easy. Most cases it's as simple as installing the software, connecting the tool and you're away. If you are having trouble still, it's most likely a com port issue which you can solve by following the instructions below
1. Install the Nissan Consult software package of your choice.
- For ease of use we suggest ECUTalk

2. Identify the COM-Port associated to the device in the Device Manager.
- You need Go to Control Panel--> system --> Device manager -->Ports(Com&LPT) --> USB serial port(com?), to find out which com number you are using. For ease of use be between 1-5.

- If you need to change it(don't do this unless it doesn't work the first time). Right click> properties> port settings> advanced> com port number-change to someting 1-5

3. Connect your Nissan Consult to the 14pin plug in your vehicle.
- The Consult plug is normally located under the steering column; No tools are required to locate it.

4. Turn your vehicle ignition on.
- It may not be required to have your vehicle running, but for first time setup, we suggest this.

5. Open the Consult software and connect to the interface by selecting the COM-Port associated to the device in the programmes settings.
- If the COM-Port is set higher than the software allows, you will need to change the COM-Port in the Device Manager (see step 2)

6. Connect to your vehicle, trouble codes and real-time data should now be available to you.

If it's still not working:

Most common problem is that the incorrect port setting is selected in the programme settings
This device works with all windows, though for ease of use and best features we recommend ECUTalk.
If it still cannot connect to the ECU please check all the fuses around your car as this can lead to errors between the plug and your cars ECU.