|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.1 x 1.5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||OX-MS-300-TE|
|Manufacturer Part Number||OX-MS-300-TE|
|Cover Included||1 X CAN OBD II Scanner Tool|
|Vehicle Service Type||street-touring-motorcycles|
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Oxgord CAN OBD II Scanner Tool for Check Engine Light & Diagnostics, Direct Scan and Read Out
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- OBD-II Code Read & Troubleshoot Most Vehicles Located in USA 1996 & Newer
- Reads and Clears Generic and Manufacturer - Turn Off MIL Check Engine Light
- DIY Universal Diagnostic Trouble Codes - Fix Simple Problems Yourself - Avoid The Mechanic
- 2 Button with LCD Screen Displays Meaning of Over 3000 Generic Error Code Definitions in the Database
- Check Engine Light Reader - Clears DTC Diagnostic Trouble Codes - OBD 2 16 Pin Connector No Additional Cables Needed
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Read diagnostic trouble codes, both generic and manufacturer-specific, and display their meaning over 3000 generic code definitions in the database; Clear trouble codes and turn off the MIL Check Engine light; Made by OxGord.
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This does not give you a description of why the engine light is on, but rather gives you a code. The code is so easy to look up. As long as you have a computer, you can easily just look up online and fix or bring your car into the shop without them charging you an arm and a leg just to tell you what the problem is and trying to rip you off by telling you other things are wrong with your car.
Definitely a good purchase and I would highly recommend it to those who like to fix up their car, or would like to know what's wrong with their car if they ever see the check engine light on.
It was worth every penny! There's no reason for me to have to spend 50+ dollars on an OBD II reader when this does exactly what I need. I don't do very complex things with it and really only used it to read check engine codes. Used this for my Honda S2000 and it gave me my code perfectly. Highly satisfied with it!!
After some research I discovered this is sort of rare, to have a check engine light but no codes, and can sometimes be the product of a cheap scanner. I was under the impression this was sort of binary...either it connects to your car and reads codes or it doesn't. Mine will connect to the car, but will tell me there's no codes. Took the car to an Autozone to confirm, and sure enough there's the ole P2096 "post catalyst fuel trim too lean". God knows what that means but I learned my scanner doesn't work.
Not planning on returning it, because it was so cheap and it's not a bad thing to have in the glovebox for a future car, or maybe a friend's car. But it doesn't work for my current car. Maybe someone with some more automotive knowledge than me can devise a way to tell which cars are compatible with which scanners - it is NOT all engines made after 1996, as advertised.
Now I need to go figure out what a lean fuel ratio is and how much it'll cost me to fatten it up.