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Old 07 Nov 2017, 11:11 am
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Default Re: OBDII scanner recommendations for average person

the cheap ones are code reader only.. it's nice to have your own code reader, it gives you a starting point for Diagnoses .. but Autozone will read your codes for free, but they will not clear the codes.. the scanners will give you the sensor readings and just what they are doing.. but you need to know how to read them.. some of the test has Oscilloscope graphs .. some are just Resistance values.. a good snap on MODIS scanner was running $8500.00 in 2005, their probably higher now plus around $300 a year for the updates
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