I've been reading the Amazon reviews for OBD2 scanners. It seems like a number of them don't have updated databases that support newer vehicles - or have poor reliability or use issues. I'd like to get a reliable, flexible unit that allows for live data and storage for review after I'm done...
just really curious because i get no straight answer, but more of it leaning to the "yes it is safe and it wont affect your ecu blah blah because it only draws power from it"
i wanna hear any experts thoughts on this though. thank you
Can somone point me in the right direction as to location of the OBD2 socket in an 07 CRV righthand drive.
Is it under dash to right of footwell or the left?
Edit: Found it. Is it usually a tight fit?
Have a solar powered battery maintenance panel plugged into it.
New to the forum and new to my new* (pre-loved) CR-V.
I'm sure someone has or has thought of putting the Torque app to use on gen 1.
Myself, can't get the damn thing working.
Order of attempts:
- I have connected the module while the key was not in the ignition and then turned it...
I was wondering if anyone is running a OBD2 device that connects via Bluetooth to your iPhone to display in car telemetry and fault codes?
I'm looking for one to fit my 2008 EX 2.2D UK Model.
Hey guys, I am looking at getting rid of my fwd vtec civic in favor of an automatic realtime 4wd 1st gen CRV as I will be moving from the beach to the mountains and pretty much need awd/4wd, and would much rather have an auto than a manual.
There are two things I am unsure of. How does one tune...