link don't work
I found a super cheap obdII reader on Harbor Freight.
I bought one just for reading codes from time to time. Is there any way to incorporate this into the mp3car?
didn't work for me either
I think the site may be down at the moment. I just tried; also no luck.
Site looks to be back up. Give it a look.Originally Posted by 850 Stylzz
That would be difficult to integrate into a carputer without soldering and a lot of pain, and even then, you wouldn't be as advanced as an $88 OBD-II reader that connects via serial.
I use this one:
I can get all sorts of information that a hand held code reader cannot, including voltages, RPM, speed, etc.
Thats almost the same price for the digimotor, w/sw.
I agree w/ chairboy. It would be fine by itself, but not with MC
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these guys are looking to do a hell of a lot more than what a simple code reader can do.Originally Posted by mattandleah
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