Vital Engineering manufacturer a Bluetooth OBDII connector, if thats what you had in mind.
Anybody have experience of the "wireless OBDII CAN code reader" ?
read your car without connecting to the 16pin port, just put the code reader upon the car like the "parking sensor" works, it will automatically read / scan your car and tell you what's going on with your car systems
let's share your ideas of this item here
NO, I think he wants us to ask questions so he can try to sell us his stuff.Originally Posted by kunid
HI, "Kunid"Originally Posted by kunid
we visited your web, do you OBDII connector support CAN ? works on cars till 2005 ? thank you
Wow, just opening this guy's website and clicking "enter" it brings up some popup for a school of hypnosis, and his actual website has so many obnoxious flashing animated GIFs that it hurts your eyes. Real professional.
look at his post history, it's nothing but indirect advertising, trying to sell his crap without getting *****ed at for direct advertising. Post reported.
But don't take it from me! here's a quote from a real, live newbie:
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thank you, MAN, welcome to (MY SPAM WAS DELETED).Originally Posted by evandude
I now officially declare this a whore thread!!
I said whore on!!!
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