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Thread: Whats a good/cheap OBDII usb scanner?

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    Whats a good/cheap OBDII usb scanner?

    I plan to play around with OBDDiag from here http://www.obd-diag.de/

    I'm looking for something either serial or usb and not sure of all the different kinds out there...it looks like most are around the $100.00 mark...anything cheaper that can do the job?

    I'll be using it on a 96 3000GT VR4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurack View Post
    I plan to play around with OBDDiag from here http://www.obd-diag.de/

    I'm looking for something either serial or usb and not sure of all the different kinds out there...it looks like most are around the $100.00 mark...anything cheaper that can do the job?

    I'll be using it on a 96 3000GT VR4
    Check out www.obdpros.com, the serial version is only $ 84.99, and works with OBDDiag

    Full disclosure - my company makes these

    Paul
    www.obdpros.com

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    gotta know... how well does it (serial ver.) handle standby and resume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grayvader View Post
    gotta know... how well does it (serial ver.) handle standby and resume?
    Standby and resume works seamlessley, since this is serial and the interface get's power from the OBD II port it does'nt even know that there was a standby/resume event.

    Paul
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    well then... I guess I must.

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    Sounds good. I have'nt heard any reports yet of problems and the standby/hibernate resume works flawlessly on all the vehicles that I have tested it with, but if you notice anything certainly let me know right away and I can work with you in resolving any issues.

    I stand behind my product and since it comes with a 30 day no questions asked money back guarantee you have nothing to loose.

    Paul
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