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OBD-II Engine Code Reader/Diagnostic Tool with 2.4in LCD $49.95 @ Jaycar


Was needing an OBD2 scanner in a pinch. Worked with my car- vehicle powered.

7 day change of mind at Jaycar

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Main Functions:
• Read & remove codes
• Reads live PCM data stream
• Views freeze frame data
• Easily determines the cause of the Malfunction Indicator Light( MIL)
• Turns off Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL), clears codes and resets monitors
• Displays DTC (Data Trouble Codes) definitions
• Retrieves generic (P0, P2, P3, and U0), manufacturer specific (P1, P3, and U1) codes, and pending codes
• Displays monitor and I/M readiness status (emissions)
• Retrieves vehicle information(VIN, CIN and CVN)
• Test the vehicle charging and cranking systems

Operating Voltage: 8 - 18VDC
Display: 2.4” Colour LCD, 220 x 176dpi
Dimensions: 130(L) x 85(W) x 25(D)mm

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  • +3

    Or get a free ZUS OBDII (Gen 4). I ordered one and it cleared error codes on my 2012 RAV4 https://www.nonda.co/products/smart-vehicle-health-monitor-m...

    • It's free, but what did you pay for shipping?
      No way to tell unless I supply all my details.

    • +2

      So what’s the catch. Why is it free / only need to pay for shipping?
      Can’t see ongoing subscription prices for the app either. Hmm. Call me cynical but if it’s free you are the product.

      • +1

        Depends how you use it. They encourage you to leave it connected at all times to vehicle data harvest (it tracks GPS data). Only a fool would leave it plugged in. YMMV

      • Yeh, it's all marketing data for them, which they'd be on selling.. The old saying rings true

    • +1

      I got one for my Mazda 3 2010 car.

      I didn't get a good experience with it, it short my car electronic (probably my car issue, but could also that device, who knows)

  • +2

    There's some around $4 on AliExpress with free shipping. Don't fall for the free obd trick which is rubbish

    • Just fell for it and ordered the *free Nonda

    • got a link of a reliable one?

      my Honda CRV 2014 model keeps coming up with dashboard errors and HONDA don't know why

      • Look for an ELM327 model.

      • I would try another mechanic if they can't even manage to check codes.

    • how about app? any app you can recommended to wor k well with $4 aliBargains?

      • +3

        My personal favourite app is Torque

    • I don't need one but I ordered it anyway because of your comment.

  • +5

    Elm327 adaptor and torque app. That's all most people need.

    • +2

      Need Android phone to use ELM327

      • +1

        Or Symbian. You may gave one in a drawer somewhere.

      • +1

        If you search for "wifi elm327", you'll find ones that work with iOS.

    • My car didn't show up on one of those cheap Elm327 adaptors

      Subaru Impreza 01'

      • A lot of them are completely fake and don't have the ELM327 chip inside. If you take it apart and none of the chips have 327 on them, it's fake.

        • I tested it on a volkswagen golf and a renault koleos, worked fine on them. I think being an older car, I just need to use a better unit. Thinking about getting this one and returning if it doesn't work.

      • +1

        Subaru, I bet you have used the elm a LOT then!

        Name the top 3 worst things that can happen to a car and my Forester has had it, and much much more.

        Head Gasket: tick ($2800)
        Auto Trans failed: tick ($3500)
        Secondary air pump: tick ($4500, or delete/blank)

        • +1

          I've got a lot of oil leaks but they're very minor she's holding oil. My cv axle boots are both torn and spraying grease everywhere. AC compressor leaks but holds enough gas for the summer months.

          She's an old girl but I love her to bits.

    • The BT ones are definitely good, there are plenty of apps that can be used and a larger screen of the phone is much better.

  • Would any of these devices be able to do a forced dpf regen on a 2012 Nissan Xtrail? Mines clean now but blocked up recently.

  • i found the handheld versions are a lot better then the bluetooth plug in versions.

    • In what ways?

  • There is a real value to these dedicated autel style scanners in that they just work. If it's your own car sure bluetooth elcheapo units are fine but if scanning someone elses car I much prefer using my $40 autel knock off cause it just works with no bluetooth pairing issues or other issues

  • You can find plenty of these on eBay for ~$20


  • I bought one but it doesnt work on my 2016 Hyundai Tucson. It connected but didn't find any errors even though I know it has some confirmed by another reader. The Jaycar guy warned me that they were having issues such as this. Keep your receipt.

  • Bought Toolpro one from SCA Ebay Store when it was on special for $64.99 last month

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