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Thread: Which Hand held scanner

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    Apr 2010

    Which Hand held scanner

    Hi, I have a Fiat Bravo 1.4 1998 and I want to read ECU, I dont know what protocol it is.
    But I know its a 3 pin connector, I have recently purchased an adapter lead for it 3 pin to 16 pin OBD .Can you recommend a palm scanner that will work with my car, I want to spend about a 100. But I would also like the scanner to cover all OBDs and protocols on most other cars including vag for vw and audi. Any info please would be most appreciated.

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    16-pin OBD connector is a prerequisite for OBD-II compliance. If your car doesn't have one, unfortunately you cannot use an OBD-II scan tool to get information from the vehicle.

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