[kwlug-disc] OBD-II/OBD2 Diagnostic Scanner

CrankyOldBugger crankyoldbugger at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 15:14:57 EST 2014


I'm not a mechanic, but it seems to me that NAPA has many similar items..
http://www.flyertown.ca/flyers/napaautoparts-te?sf_any=true&flyer_run_id=8474&type=1&postal_code=n0b%202n0&store_code=3900&hide=flyer,catalogue,farmcatalogue#!/flyers/napaautoparts-te?flyer_run_id=8474



On 6 March 2014 15:07, John Johnson <jvj at golden.net> wrote:

> I know of an app for an Android Smartphone called Torque.
> (I have never used the app.)
> The catch: The app is only US$5 but one needs a Bluetooth ODB-II dongle
> plugged into the vehicle's diagnostic port.
> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.prowl.torque
> JohnJ
>
>
> On 2014-03-06 14:52, Andrew Mercer wrote:
>
>> Hi guys, I've found on Amazon an Android compatible OBD-II/OBD2
>> diagnostic scanner such as one described in this article:
>>
>> http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/be-mechanicwith-
>> android-and-linux?page=0,0
>>
>> but if there is a place that sells them locally I'd rather get it from
>> there. Does anyone know of a place (or places) in KW that sells this kind
>> of tech?
>>
>>
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