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XiTech ELM327 Bluetooth OBDII OBD2 Diagnostic Scanner CAN ELM 327 Scan Tool Check Engine Light Car Code Reader

by XiTech

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  • 1 Yr XiTech Factory Warranty & Support
  • Just Plug it in to Your OBD2 Port
  • Download Torque for your Andriod Device,Link - and Go!
  • You MUST download the Torque program from the Andriod Market off course.
  • BONUS - Includes Exclusive XiTech Driver and Software Demo Disk for PC, *You must have a Bluetooth Interface installed.
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandXiTech
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions7.4 x 5.5 x 1.3 inches
Manufacturer Part NumberELM327
  
Additional Information
ASINB003MQ89X4
Best Sellers Rank #241,184 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces
Date First AvailableMay 17, 2010
  
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Product Description

View live engine data on your Android phone - Connect to your vehicle ECU Fully customisable dashboard screens - Design your own layouts and custom dials, use your own themes Retrieve Fault Codes (DTCs) and clear Check Engine lights - View fault descriptions using the built-in databases Upload live data to your webserver or the torque web viewer in realtime Check the performance of your vehicle with BHP / Torque / 0-60 & Quarter Mile widgets

Customer Reviews

It pairs but never connects.
Amazon Customer
Since the OBD is usually under the dash by the pedals, it would be all too easy to kick the unit while getting into or out of the vehicle.
Drew in TX
Works with Android App Called Torque.
joel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Zombie on August 26, 2010
No printed documentation at all but you really shouldn't need any if you use this with Torque and an Android phone.

My only complaint is that the connection drops about once every minute or two even though the two are located about 12" apart. It takes so long to go through the connection and discovery process that in the end, it's only connected about 50% of the time.

The problem might not be with this device, it could be on the Nexus One/Torque end or even my car's OBD-II, but a serial cable version works fine with software on my laptop. This and Torque on Android isn't a very reliable connection for me.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 31, 2010
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This is a great little product however the documentation is lacking (if you can't handle 'playing' with electronics and software to get it working find an alternative product). The product comes with a single small CD of free-ware / promo-ware software (one of which includes a trojan that will setoff your anti-virus software). Despite that, I found that it works great with a number of open source programs. I use it with an '09 mini cooper S - typically connected to a moto droid running Torque. Great combo overall. The one drawback is the unit has a fixed bluetooth security code that doesn't appear to be resettable.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Blaishon on September 27, 2010
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This is a great little item. My engine light had come on and before spending $75 to have a shop spend 30 seconds hooking it up to their own ELM327, I figured I would buy one. There was no log entry in my car's ECU, so I cleared the light and haven't seen it back. Money VERY well spent. I hooked up to my '98 Volvo using Torque on my Moto Droid (D1) and it worked flawlessly (though it also comes with some demo and free software that probably would have worked just as well from my laptop). Tight fit on the connector, but I chalk that up to the car, not the device. I can't believe I've gone this long without one. Now it's making the rounds at the office. Maybe I should charge ;-)
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 3, 2011
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I bought this to work with torque, an android application that displays all sorts of engine data. The application itself is well supported and I'm pretty sure it's the only reason people really buy bluetooth<->OBD-II adapters. I was really very excited to give it a try.

It was easy to pair, the default code was 1234, which I'm pretty sure cannot change, but oh well. I paired it to my phone, check. I went into torque and it instantly pops up an error saying the device was pretty much guaranteed to malfunction, bad sign but I figured I'd give it a shot. I fidgeted with all the settings for a while just to get a reliably ball-parked RPM reading. After uninstalling and reinstalling torque, as well as disconnecting the scanner and removing it's profile from my phone (multiple times) I finally got it to work. Hooray!

So I took it about a mile up the road, just basic neighborhood driving. It reads (semi) reliably, but when I took a look, lo and behold 302 communication errors! I should have stopped right there, but I figured it seems to reliably report some data, the rest I could attempt to verify later (like mpg information). So I drove about 5 miles on the highway and my check engine light comes on!

I pull over, run the code scanner, no errors.. At all. So I drive the closest auto parts place that had a scanner that they would let me use, but on the way I smell burning plastic! I reach down feel the scanner and it's really, REALLY HOT! I rip it out of the port and go and get my codes checked, no codes, but my light is on. I had to power cycle my entire electrical system to get it to go off, now I'm stuck with an ECU that needs to relearn everything. Out of curioucity I go on my phone and found it had 4,000+ errors.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Chris in Phoenix on December 27, 2010
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I was skeptical buying this unit because of its price. It shipped fast, I had it within a few days with standard shipping (USPS). There was no retail package, and no manual or instructions; just the unit itself and a mini-CD with several Windows-based OBD2 software apps (mostly trial versions, which you can find on the Web). I am using this with a Motorola DROID X (OS 2.2.1) using Torque, Voyager Dash, and alOBD Terminal (all from the Android Market). I'm using this on a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Works fine. No problem installing (plugged right into the OBD2 port under the dash, no issues) and paired with the phone with no issues. The Bluetooth code is hardcoded as '1234' which is not mentioned anywhere (no instructions). A sticker on the unit itself with the BT code would have been nice (so 4, instead of 5 stars). The unit itself appears to be well-made, but no frills. Not much wider than the OBD2 port itself, with a thick plastic housing (which is permanently sealed together, no screws so no taking apart without destruction). Cannot confirm the version of the ELM327 firmware it is running, and there is no way to upgrade or swap the ELM chip (search Elm Electronics on Google for more info, latest firmware rev. is 1.4). Regardless, it appears to work fine. Four indicator LEDs on the top, but no legend; even a single sheet of paper with some basic info, or something on the CD itself would have been nice. So far, I've had it installed in the Jeep for eight days straight, running real-time with Torque and Voyager to and from work (about 25 miles each way). No complaints. Using with the 'Faster Communication' option in Torque; so far, the unit has never dropped off or glitched. Also, it does not interfere with the uConnect hands-free feature on the Jeep's MyGig console.Read more ›
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