Get fun facts and info from your car sensor direct to your phone, tablet or laptop.
Get fun facts from your car
How to read Faulty codes
Fun things you can do with your Car OBD
You can now test 0-100 km/h, check your car Horse Power (HP), or the Torque (NM) your car produces. With this device you get to have so much fun and get information at the same time.
It can do even more like show your
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 and many more
OBD 2 is an engine performance and diagnostics tool for automotive professionals and enthusiasts that allows you to wirelessly connect your car's on-board computer from your any Bluetooth enabled device with the compatible application or software. The Bluetooth connectivity makes it compatible with BOTH Apple iOS (iPhone®, iPad®, iPod® Touch) and also Android devices.
Sample of compatible Android Applications
Get fun facts about your car like 0-100 km/h, horse power, torque etc
Read & diagnose trouble codes, clear trouble codes and detect fuel pressure and so on.
Know more about your car and how it’s working
Works on 1996 or newer OBD 2 / EOBD / JOBD compliant cars and trucks
What else can this device do for you?
Reads diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning (over 3000 generic code definitions in the database)
Oxygen sensor voltages/associated short term fuel trims
Fuel System status
Clears trouble codes and turns off the MIL ("Check Engine" light)
Set the maximum number of responses to obtain
Remove spaces from ECU responses (to speed data transmission)
Store a unique identifier in EEPROM
Set the CAN mask and filter with one command
Easily switch between variable and fixed CAN message lengths
Send CAN remote frames (RTRs)
Will it affect any of the car functions?
No it does not. It interacts with the ECU and gets information from the sensors built in.
Where to find the OBD port?
Which vehicle has OBD?
Works on all OBDII Vehicles (1996 onwards) and EOBD vehicles (Petrol cars from 2001+ and diesel cars from 2003/2004)
For your vehicle to be OBD II compliant it must have a 16-pin DLC (Data Link Connector) under the dash and the Vehicle Emission Control Information Label must state that the vehicle is OBD II compliant
All cars and light trucks built and sold after January 1, 1996 were required to be OBD II equipped. This means all cars has it.
Which vehicle does this device support?
Any vehicles that has OBD port and made after 1996