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| MakeModel = Centech Somethingorother. It's the $80 one from Harbor Freight
 
| MakeModel = Centech Somethingorother. It's the $80 one from Harbor Freight
 
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| LooksLike = [[File:Codereader.jpg]]
 
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| Rules = Should remain at i3 unless you get specific permission from the owner.
 
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| FAQs = http://www.obd-codes.com/faq/
 
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[[Category:Tool Crib]]

Latest revision as of 14:05, 3 August 2013

Centech OBDII code reader

Usually, when the "Check Engine" light comes on in my car I fix it by covering it with a piece of electrical tape. But if the tape keeps falling off, you can use the code reader to determine what your car is complaining about.

Basic Info

  • Ownership: Ted
  • Location: There is a white storage bin on the shelf in the tool crib labeled "Automotive Tools". The code reader should be in there inside its black nylon case along with the cables.
  • What it looks like:

Codereader.jpg

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Centech Somethingorother. It's the $80 one from Harbor Freight
  • Part Number:

Documentation

Rules

Should remain at i3 unless you get specific permission from the owner.

Instructions

Other References

not specified

Maintenance

Change the battery once in a while.

Things that Need to be Done

not specified

FAQs

http://www.obd-codes.com/faq/