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    Default OBD2 Bluetooth Adapter Torque Pro App Review

    With a reasonably price OBD2 adapter, you can have a scan tool to access the majority sensors within your vehicles Engine System.

    How to Unlock a Treasure Trove of Useful Data from Your Car



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    Very interesting. I'm very fond of the Ease Diagnostics product, but Ease is very expensive. I like being able to capture manipulate data, etc. However, with this product running under Andriod on a tablet....nice troubleshooting possibilites.

    Ken T.

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    Luke's manager has TorquePro... it's not bad for pulling codes but isn't nearly as useful as an actual scan tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Century7667 View Post
    I like being able to capture manipulate data...
    My relative has GM's OBD-1, but I never use it. I'll pull codes, but if vehicle gets decent fuel economy, I don't bother.

    With OBD-2, a real-time scanner would be nice, but you need a newer vehicle.

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