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UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER

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  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
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  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
  • UNIVERSAL OBD2 CODE READER SCANNER
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Description

Advanced OBD2 Code Reader Scanner

Our basic yet advanced OBDII reader can read your computers diagnostic codes.

Have a check engine light on? Don't waste your time renting one! 

  • Easy, simple connection to most vehicles 1996+
  • Read your computer error codes and then check online via google or OBD website.
  • Reset Codes
  • Works on 95% of vehicles within USA
  • May not work with some european spec vehicles such as Porsche, Some VW, Audi and Subaru

More info:

  • Retrieves generic and manufacturer specific Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC)
  • Features an easy-to-read LCD screen, multilingual menu and DTC definitions and standard 16-pin OBD-II connector; no additional cables are needed
  • Retrieves VIN (Vehicle Identification No) on 2002 and newer vehicles that support Mode 9; powered by cars electrical system, so no batteries required
  • Works with all OBD-II compliant U.S., European and Asian vehicles (OBD-II is standard on all cars sold in U.S. after 1996)
  • Supports the CAN protocols and all other current OBDII protocols 
  • View freeze frame data

The AGT CAN OBD-II Code Reader provides auto enthusiasts and DIY's with an easy, portable and economic way to check Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) and their definitions for OBDII compliant vehicles. OBDII is the 2nd generation of onboard diagnostics and has been a mandatory requirement for all vehicles sold in the US since 1996, both domestic and imports. The GTEOBD supports all current OBDII protocols--communications between your car's components and systems, including the newly released Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol. Draws power from your car's own electrical system the unit does not require batteries or an AC adapter. Simply plug it in via its standard 16-pin OBDII connector at the first sign of trouble and start diagnosing, regardless of your post-1996 car's make or model.

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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Chrysler 300M

    Posted by Andy Touglang on Mar 14th 2018

    Received fast, easy to use, googled the codes. I was told it was 80-100$ by a mechanic for them to scan and figure out codes, waste of money since I did the research and figured out I could do it myself. -Andy Touglang

  • 5
    Honda CRV

    Posted by Walt white on Mar 14th 2018

    The unit arrived quickly.It was easy to use and worked as promised.I would recommend it as a good buy.It seems to work on most model vehicles.

  • 5
    Ford Escort

    Posted by Mojjgan Saberi on Mar 14th 2018

    Great little reader. Plugged it in and automatically scanned and determined correct comm protocol used and then displayed relevant codes. Good item for anyone who wants to have a little more control over what's going on with their car.

  • 5
    Nissan Pathfinder

    Posted by Jim D on Mar 14th 2018

    car was dying randomly on the freeway and would barely stay running while puffing black smoke out of the exhaust. DID NOT want to pay someone $90/hr just to check it out. this was able to tell me i had a bad MAFS. Its portable and can be handy at any time. well worth a fraction of shops' costs to just diagnose.

  • 5
    Lexus GS

    Posted by John D on Mar 14th 2018

    EXTREMELY EASY TO USE! HAD A STUTTERING ISSUE BUT HOOKED THIS UP, CROSS-REFERENCED THE CODE IT POPPED UP AND FOUND I HAD A MISFIRE IN CYL 5!!

  • 5
    Mercury Mountaineer

    Posted by Richard Candelaria on Mar 14th 2018

    Was having issues with the Mountaineer stalling thought it was bad gas, had been sitting for awhile, but got the reader and found out I needed to replace the idle air control valve. Great product! Thanks

  • 5
    Subaru Impreza

    Posted by Jenny P on Mar 14th 2018

    My check engine light was on, my husband bought it and figured out the code and fixed the car without taking it to a mechanic, we figured it saved us a couple of hundred bucks at least. Thanks Guys!!!

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