Difference between revisions of "OBD Code Reader"

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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]]
 
| LooksLike = [[File:Codereader.jpg]]
 
| Rules = Should remain at i3 unless you get specific permission from the owner.
 
| Rules = Should remain at i3 unless you get specific permission from the owner.

Revision as of 14:05, 3 August 2013

OBD Code Reader
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Name Centech OBDII code reader
Zone
Owner Ted
Make Model Centech Somethingorother. It's the $80 one from Harbor Freight
Part Number
Date Acquired
Storage 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.
Authorization Required
Status
Value
Documentation
Other References

Intro

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.

Rules

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

Instructions

Maintenance Info

Change the battery once in a while.

FAQ

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

ToDo