This works on ALL 1996 and newer vehicles and light trucks ( NOT for diesel car and trucks ) sold in USA that are OBD2 compliant. Supports five OBD-II protocols: CAN, KWP2000, ISO9141-2, J1850 VPW and J1850 PWM. It is a mini car scan tool that DOES NOT take up much space on your car.
It helps you to find out why the Check Engine Light is on and then fix simple problems by yourself! Read and clear diagnostic trouble codes both (generic and manufacturer-specific), reset the Check Engine Light and view real-time sensor readings using your phone or tablet with the OBD2 App
This is able to work with Android device and tablets by using downloadable Apps. Recommend Apps including OBD Car Doctor (Free), Torque Lite (Free), Torque Pro, etc. For iPhone and iPad
It allows you to read REAL-TIME engine data: Engine RPM, Calculated Load Value, Coolant Temperature, Fuel System Status, Vehicle Speed, Short/ Long Term Fuel Trim, Intake Manifold Pressure, Timing Advance, Intake Air Temperature, Oxygen sensor voltages/associated short term fuel trims (Your vehicle may not support all above parameters.)
Notice: 1. Our installation CD may not be compatible with your antivirus software, you can turn off anti-virus software if you encounter this problem. 2. For Windows PC, it is recommended to use the installation software in “ScanMaster-ELE v2.1” folder under OBDII On Window PC software directory on the CD-ROM. 3. The “Bluetooth for Android (Enhanced Version) “ is more stable than “Bluetooth for Android” .
OBD 2 Wireless Scanner for OBD2 cars and EOBD cars, e.g .: Alfa Romeo / Au di / Bentley / B * M * W / Cadillac / Chevrolet / Chrysler / Citroen / Daewoo / Fiat / Ford / GM / Hond * a / Hyundai / Isuzu / Jaguar / Jeep / Kia / Land Rover / Lexus / Mazda / Mercury / Mini / Nissan / Mitsubishi / Opel / Peugeot / Porsche / Renault / Rover / Saab / seat / Skoda / Toyota / Vauxhall / Volvo / VW / Skoda / Mazda
Displaying sensor data: 1. Engine speed 2. The calculated load value 3. Coolant temperature 4. Condition of the fuel system 5. Vehicle speed 6. Minute fuel trim 7. Long-term fuel trim 8. Boost pressure in the intake 9. The timing advance 10. Intake 11. Airflow 12. Absolute Throttle Position 13. Voltage of the oxygen sensor voltages / associated short term fuel trim 14. Fuel pressure