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    I was looking at getting a OBD-II reader. from what i've read i can't see to much that i can go wrong with the Allinone. I was just wounder if anyone has had any issues with theres? I have a 2001 Grand Am GT that i'm currently working on, i'd like to be able to monitor my sets, and i figure this would be the best way to go.

    does anyone know how much power it sucks? i would like to add it to a Car-Pc that i'm planning to install after i do some under to hood work, and i don' twant my battery to discharge to quicky. My car normally sits at most 2 days without me showing it any love (driving it).
    Just cuase I ask questions, doesn't mean I stop looking for an answer.

    Grand AM GT
    Plans:
    7" touch screen
    1.3 ghz laptop (win XP)
    replacing the stock sound.
    red ground effects
    wireless keyboard, mouse and remote.
    GPS,Bluetooth,Wi-FI,FM tuner.

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    no one has one of these? or does no one have the answers to my questions?
    Just cuase I ask questions, doesn't mean I stop looking for an answer.

    Grand AM GT
    Plans:
    7" touch screen
    1.3 ghz laptop (win XP)
    replacing the stock sound.
    red ground effects
    wireless keyboard, mouse and remote.
    GPS,Bluetooth,Wi-FI,FM tuner.

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      Hi, the obd2allinone.com unit takes very little power from what I can tell. There is a small green led in the center that stays on when the unit is powered up. You can see a picture of the circuit board on the instruction sheet page at www.obd2allinone.com

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