2006 Honda Civic Will this product work on a 2006 Honda Civic DX?
asked by Gabriela Bassi on April 27, 2011
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Anything 1996 and NEWER sold in the US had a OBDII port. Always located someplace inside the car in the Driver Area. Usually right on the bottom of the Dash. I have seen Hidden behind a cover. It was either a BMW or Mercedes I don't remember anymore that it was actually located Under the ashtray in the center console. That one was the trickiest to find!!!

I see ZERO reason why this couldn't read your car!!! Like all these cheap type of scanners, it'll basically read the Generic OBDII codes and Data. These are all Standard codes used by GM, Ford, Nissan, Toyota, Honda, etc. There are also Enhanced OBDII codes that a few cheap scanners can kind of read, and of course you can get ABS, Airbag, Trasmition and other codes from that port with the right scanner, which is generally a really expensive scanner.

For getting Generic Engine codes, RPM, and that type of thing it'll work just fine like any other car!!!
J. Waldvogel answered on May 26, 2011
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