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Old 06 Nov 2017, 05:24 pm
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Default Re: OBDII scanner recommendations for average person

hmm it is 99.00 and does more then just read engine codes?? not sure what you looked at?
I use it for everything except transmission codes and ABS in which for obvious reasons I bring out the big guns my Snap-on scanner.


Scan Tool
Item # 60694
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Only: $99.99


Here's an advanced OBD II & CAN code reader that supports all 10 modes of the OBD II protocol. This handy code reader uses OBD II technology to quickly diagnose engine problems using your vehicle's onboard computer. Easy-to-understand troubleshooting code tips help you get to the cause of trouble codes faster, saving time and money.
Graphs data for 1996 and newer vehicles
I/M Readiness Key for quick drive cycle verification and state emissions readiness check
Retrieves generic codes (P0, P2, P3, U0), manufacturer codes (P1, P3, U1) and pending codes
Provides Code/Cause/Solution tips for easier troubleshooting
Displays live 02 sensor data
Retrieves vehicle information (VIN, CIN and CVN)
Views freeze frame data
Trilingual menu and DTC definitions - English, French, Spanish
No batteries required, powered by vehicle's battery. The software update with instructions is available for download under the Software Update tab above......
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