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Bluetooth adapter and Torque on your phone. Lots of options this way
Hey people-I have a 2012 Toyota Rav4 with a V6 that is just great. I do my own work and nothing is wrong with the vehicle. I'm thinking it's about time to join the 21st century and get and OBDII reader. Seems like Harbor Freight offers a number of units under the Zhurich brand. Any thoughts?
I just ordered a blue tooth OBDII adapter from Amazon, I'm pretty sure it was the cheapest, or second cheapest one they had at $11.This is the one I got: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B011NSX27A/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1It is only good for android, Apple requires a different one. Seems to work fine, I downloaded the free Torque app for now and it hooked right up. I also downloaded the MyGreenVolt (only for the Chevy Volt) app and that hooked up as well. I think if you pay the upgrade fee, you get more capabilities from both apps.
Hey, there's someone behind ME on technology!! We have a 2012 Subaru that has an occasional "glitch" if you fill the gas tank all the way to the top (which SOMEONE in this house sometimes forgets about) where the charcoal canister gets saturated, and it turns on a blinking dash code which you can only turn out with an OBD reader.I bought an "ANCEL" model AD310 a couple years ago to deal with it. It's solidly made, does what it says on the tin, lets you turn things on and off and twiddle knobs and things, and it couldn't have cost much because I wouldn't have paid much for such a thing. I cannot remember if I bought it at a local chain auto store or if I ordered it, but anyway, if I needed another I'd get one like that.Lannis
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