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ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII OBD2 Diagnostic Scanner Can ELM 327 Scantool Check Engine Light Car Code Reader
New bluetooth power of ELM327 is the newly developed wireless scan tool. It supports all OBD-II protocols
Works with all OBD-II compliant vehicles:
* Wireless (Bluetooth)
* Support Palm, PDA, Windows PC, Windows Smartphone
* Supports ISO 9141, KWP2000
* Supports SAE J1850
* Supports CAN bus
* Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database).
* Clear trouble codes and turn off the MIL ("Check Engine" light)
* Display current sensor data, including:
* Engine RPM
* Calculated Load Value
* Coolant Temperature
* Fuel System Status
* Vehicle Speed
* Short Term Fuel Trim
* Long Term Fuel Trim
* Intake Manifold Pressure
* Timing Advance
* Intake Air Temperature
* Air Flow Rate
* Absolute Throttle Position
* Oxygen sensor voltages/associated short term fuel trims
* Fuel System status
* Fuel Pressure
* Many others...
Buletooth pair code is "0000 '" ,"1234" or "6789"
You should be note before you buy:
1. Be sure that your car support ELM327
2. This item now not support WIN7 and VISTA 64 bit operation system
3. If the light is flashing, but no information you receive, pls check if you install the item correctly.
4. If your use cell phone but not receive the information, pls contact us for technical support.
Note: Not fit for Android 4.0 and up
Newly developed wireless scan tool
Works with all OBD-II compliant vehicles
Display current sensor data
Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific
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26 of 29 found the following review helpful:
Nokia N9 + OBD Auto Doctor - First time use review from a non-gearheadMay 11, 2012
I bought this device after reading other reviewers who had good success with both it and Torque, the Android OBD-II app. As it seemed not much different than other cheap OBD-II bluetooth tools, I took the plunge as it had no negative reviews. It arrived in a nondescript plastic bag with a small half-sized mini-CDR with Windows software and USB drivers (scantool, ScanMaster-ELM, OBD2Spy, EasyOBDII, wOBDCRAZY).
I wanted this device for several reasons - (1) Standard Check Engine light diagnostic scenarios, (2) I plan on flashing an ECU performance upgrade and I wanted the ability to measure my car's engine performance in great detail so I could see exactly what the upgrade did afterwards.
The dongle seems to work flawlessly. After plugging into the bus interface on my Golf R and pairing with my Nokia N9 I was able to use my phone to monitor real-time sensors continuously throughout a 20-minute car ride.
Since many of you stateside will not ever see this particular OBD app (N9 is more of a euro market phone) and haven't seen Torque - it has a wealth of sensor monitoring, continuous graphing features, and even has real-time graphical speedometer and tachometer displays - OK these are more of a visual toy, but it is a good test to indicate that the sensor is communicating flawlessly and continuously throughout the ride via bluetooth, which is what I suspect most potential buyers are interested in. Another detail that might be worth mentioning is that the app has a great many OBD-II protocol negotiation parameters (different ISO standards, baud rates and such) but selecting auto-negotiation seemed to work just fine. This might be more of a measure of the app than the controller though.
I think it will be a more thorough and interesting test to see how it will perform in other cars, especially models that are older than mine. But given the wealth of free OBD/OBD-II tools out there, and the fact that most of you reading this probably have a capable smartphone, I would say it seems like a pretty safe purchase for the price.
10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Almost returned immediatelyJan 22, 2012
By D. Singleton
Love the product! At first it didn't work in one vehicle (2005 Chevy Express) but did in the older one I have. Turns out, the OBD2 connector gets its power from the cigar lighter fuse, which was blown. Replaced fuse and it's good to go. Using with my Samsung mesmerize running 2.3.5. If you have issues with the adapter not powering up, check the port for power before assuming anything else.
6 of 8 found the following review helpful:
Works great.Jul 23, 2011
By Amazon Customer
Had to order this to replace a friend's device that I borrowed and lost. Ordered my first one off Ebay and it was a dud. Ordered this one, paid less, and it worked right out of the box (actually a zip lock bag). Used it in conjunction with Torque on my Tablet.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
I'm extremely disappointed. I purchased this to simply see what the ...Jul 30, 2014
By D. Hollingshead
So far, I'm extremely disappointed. I purchased this to simply see what the "Check Engine" light was going on about in my 2004 Buick Rendezvous. The device does connect fine over bluetooth to my android phone running torque, but it is unable to establish a connection to the vehicle itself. Over the next few days, I'll be testing it on another car. While doubtful, it is possible that there's something wrong with the obd2 port in my vehicle. When I test it, I'll be updating this review. If it still doesn't work, I'll be returning it.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Worked greatMar 16, 2014
By John Daniel
Product worked great and synced to the Torque app on my phone with no problems. Saved me quite a bit of money vs a scan tool.
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