OBD-AUS Bluetooth Scan Tool – OBD2 Scan Tool

$55.00

Check why your engine check light is on and diagnose where the fault is coming from. Clear this engine check light. Create custom dashboards* to view accurate live gauges*.

    • Works with most cars in Australia from 2006+*. May also work on some older cars.  To be sure, leave a message, and we will check or check our list HERE.
    • Works with Android* and Apple (iPhone)* devices (Also Computers)*
    • Retrieves engine fault codes and clear engine check lights.
    • Create custom dashboards* and trip computers* on your phone.
    • Works with several* recommended scan tool apps like Torque (Android), Car Scanner ELM OBD (iPhone), etc.
    • Check the performance of your car (BHP, 0-60).
    • Latest Bluetooth for easy wireless connection and faster speeds.
    • Password/Pairing Protected.
    • Easy to use.
    • 12 Month Warranty.
    • Australian Support.
*See Product Limitations below, and read the entire description prior to purchase.

 

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The OBD-AUS V4 Bluetooth is our OBD2 Bluetooth scan tool that has been created to offer you the best experience and ease of use to get the data you want from your car and check and clear your engine check light. With a high quality micro-chip manufactured in the USA (not a cheap clone), Multi protocols and small size it is the perfect OBD2 scan tool to view most of the engine data that your car can supply.

The OBD-AUS Bluetooth OBD2 scan tool (Car Scanner) works by being plugged into your OBD2 port and reading data from a number of sensors on your car. You will find this port within 50cm of your steering wheel (Check below steering wheel and above pedals, can be behind plastic cover) and it is easy to access. Check our post here on how to find it. This data is then displayed on your phone or tablet using a free OBD scan tool app that you download from the play or app store. You can also scan the QR code on the back of the packaging and it will take you to our website install page that shows you what and how to install the app. There are a large number of these ranging from free to $10 and you can check them out here

Apps we suggest:

iPhone iOS: Car Scanner ELM OBD 

Android: Car Scanner ELM OBD, Torque

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You can check what fault codes are causing that check engine light and what they mean when they happen on your car with this OBD2 Scan Tool.

You can also use this tool to make custom dashboards* with live data that will display on your phone or tablet while you are driving. So you can view things like coolant temperature, air intake temperature, boost and a number of others. Or make up a custom trip computer with all the gauges you need.

Please note this tool is able to check only engine/general faults and if you want to access other modules on your vehicle like ABS or Air Bags etc you will need a full system scan tool. Please view these here.

You can find out why the annoying check engine light keeps coming on and fix this problem and clear this check engine light. Saving you from having to go to to the mechanic and paying $100 for them just to tell you that there was dust around your fuel flap door and this was causing your car to think that it was open (all too common problem).

Unsure about OBD2 and the benefits it has then check out our blog post – click here!

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Key Features:

•  Wireless Bluetooth scan tool scanning tool that supports most OBD2 protocols

• Compatible with OBD II compliant vehicles. In Australia these are cars 2006 and newer.

• 3000 fault code definition database

• Create custom dashboards with live data*

• Turn off your engine check light

• 16-pin socket plug and play

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Display a Live Dashboard*: (On your phone)

• Engine RPMs

• Calculated load value

• Coolant temperature

• Fuel system status

• Vehicle speed

• Short-term fuel trim

• Long-term fuel trim

• Intake manifold pressure

• Timing advance

• Intake air temperature

• Air flow rate

• Absolute throttle position

• Oxygen sensor voltages

• Associated short term fuel trims

• Fuel system status

• Fuel pressure – Plus many more!

FAQ’s:

Will it work with my car?

If your car is 2006** or newer then yes it is full OBD2 and it will work with your car. If you car is older then please contact us or check out our compatible car list HERE.

**Some early and even late 2006/2007 models were not OBD2 compliant yet even if required by law. Please check with us first to ensure compatibility. You can also use this guide HERE to determine if your vehicle is OBD2 compliant. Vehicles on and after 2008 are already OBD2 compliant. 

How do I install it and get it to work?

All cars have a diagnostics port (OBD) and if your car is OBD2 it has to be within reaching distance of the steering wheel. Look under the steering wheel and above your pedals and you will find it. Then all you have to do is plug it in and download the app on your phone. Check out our installation page here! Or the videos below. Seems to hard then we have all in one plug and play one so you do not need to use your phone. Check it out here

Can I leave it plugged in?

Yes you can leave this OBD2 Bluetooth device plugged in*** as it has small power usage when in sleep mode. However if you are parking your car up for a month or more we suggest you take it out.

Will it clear my engine fault and tell me whats wrong?

Yes it will do both of these it is a OBD2 bluetooth scan tool. In the app you just click on check engine faults. It will then come up with code like this P0171 – Oxygen Sensor. So you know the problem is with the oxygen sensor and then the best thing to do is google the code and your cars year and model. e.g. Toyota Hilux 2017 P0171. Nine times out of ten this will be a common problem and the answer will be the first thing that pops up. Need to access all systems and clear/check other faults like ABS and Transmission then check out our full system scan tool here.

Do I need internet connection for this ?

The only time you need internet connection is when you are downloading the app after that you do not need it. So when you are out in the outback with no coverage yes it will still work and allow you to check/clear faults and access your engines data. As it connects to your phone via bluetooth being a OBD2 bluetooth scan tool and you already have downloaded the app.

Can I use on multiple cars and with different apps ?

Of course you can just unplug it and plug it into any car you like. Takes all of 2 seconds. Yes you can use multiple apps and on multiple devices. Just download the apps that best suit your needs. You can see a list of a few below and what they do. Please contact us first to confirm if this scanner is fully compatible with your preferred app that is not on our list.

Does this show the transmission temperature?

Yes it can read transmission temperatures but it’s not enabled by default. You will need to program the app it works with to read that parameter. The programming is called ‘PID codes’ and you can usually find these through an online search (the codes also vary depending on vehicle make and model).  Due to the numerous variable PIDs available for transmission temperature, OBD2 Australia does not provide these PIDs.

*IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that not all live data parameters and gauges may be available by default in any app. You may need PID codes to enable these non-default parameters. Due to PIDs being very variable and plentiful, OBD2 Australia does not provide these PIDs. Some readings may be incorrect as well (such as fuel consumption, oil temperature, boost etc). This is because most apps use a generic PID which may not be compatible with your vehicle, to interpret these data. PIDs for certain parameters are subjective to vehicle model year and ECU type, so there are chances that PIDs found online may not work. This is NOT indicative of a ‘faulty scanner’ and any reason for return due to PIDs not working will be subject to our Returns Policy and Terms and Conditions. PID compatibility and non-default parameters are beyond the control of OBD2 Australia and are not our responsibility to make it work or enable compatibility. 

Note that to do additional parameters or add more PIDs you will need the paid version of any app you are using.

*This OBD2 scanner may be incompatible with some latest software updates on phones as these can cause Bluetooth firmware issues. This is usually fixed by another future software update, and is NOT INDICATIVE of a ‘faulty’ scanner. 

Use Cases

  1. Great tool that saved me $$$ and a trip to the shop. Was unsure what the check engine light meant. Plugged in the OBD-AUS scan tool and it told me low voltage on the MAF sensor. So replaced this part and cleared check light and all is good.
  2. Handy to have as was out in the middle of no where and the check engine light came on and put vehicle into limp mode. Check what the fault code was and helped me sort out the issue and then clear the fault code to get out of limp mode and carry on my trip.
  3. Always have this on with extra gauges showing so I can keep an eye on things like oil temp and trans temp when towing on long journeys and in hot places as want to pick up any issues before they happen.

Other Apps:

Or scan tool has been left open so you can connect it to a number of recommended apps. This allows our users to connect to the app they need. We have give the apps we have suggest above but these are also other apps you can use:

Car Scanner ELM OBD – iOS & Android – Free & Paid – Great app for most car makes and models to create dashboards and read/clear faults.

Torque (lite)– Android – Free & Paid – Great app for most makes and models to create dashboards and read/clear faults.

NOTICE: IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL THE APP FIRST PRIOR TO PURCHASE TO SEE IF IT WORKS OR IS COMPATIBLE WITH YOUR DEVICE.  RETURNS DUE TO THE APP NOT WORKING OR INCOMPATIBILITY WITH YOUR DEVICE WILL BE SUBJECT TO OUR FULL RETURNS POLICY. OBD2 AUSTRALIA DOES NOT DEVELOP ANY OF THE APPS LISTED HERE, THEREFORE ANY ISSUES WITH IT ARE BEYOND OUR CONTROL. 

NOTICE FOR APP LICENCE PURCHASES: OBD2 AUSTRALIA DOES NOT DEVELOP, SELL NOR PRODUCE ANY OF THESE SUGGESTED APPS. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR REFUNDS FROM ANY IN-APP PURCHASE (WHETHER IT BE THROUGH THE APP DEVELOPER OR THROUGH AN IN-APP ADVERTISEMENT). 

 

Testimonials:

“Must have tool for any car owner. Allows you to trouble shoot and clear engine codes. Quality device that works with all the apps I have tried”

“Awesome, I now have a live dashboard on my phone showing me all sorts of data. Allows me to keep an eye of transmission temp and check and clear any faults myself. Handy when you are out in the middle of no where.”

“Had a problem I knew about that keep throwing the check engine light and putting car into limp mode. Two tows later and $$$. Got me one of these and I can clear and check myself and get car out of limp mode.”

Specifications:

  • Model name: OBD-AUS Bluetooth V4
  • Current: 25 – 35 mA
  • Voltage: 9 – 16v
  • Range: 3 to 10 m (minimal obstructions)
  • Item size: 4.3cm x 2.5cm x 3 cm
Note that if your OBD port has a lid, in the fuse panel with a lid, or in a constricted location and you plan to leave this OBD2 scanner on all the time, you may not be able to put the lid back on or plug the scanner in thoroughly due to its length or size. If you are returning this device due to these reasons, we will impose restocking fees on your refund as we have adequately provided the dimensions and photos as well as showing you or giving you an idea of the product size.
 

Video Series:

Connecting to Android Phone

Connecting to iPhone iOS

Checking Engine Check Light

It Even Works on A 24V Truck

*IMPORTANT: See Full Limitations HERE

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
Dimensions 4 × 2.5 × 3 cm
Item Type

Code Readers & Scan Tools

Special Features

Bluetooth V4

Brand Name

OBDAustralia

Software Version

V1.5, works with all OBD2 Protocols cars

Product Name

OBD-AUS

Hardware

PIC18F25K80, 4mhz crystal oscillator, Full OBD2 protocols commands

Apps

Free software by Scanning the QR code on packaging for IOS and Android

Compatible Vehicles

for ALL OBD2 cars.

Connection

Bluetooth (Android & ios)

729 reviews for OBD-AUS Bluetooth Scan Tool – OBD2 Scan Tool

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Ron L.

An absolute must have device, that saved me $000's. I purchased a low klm 2014 Subaru Forester (Country Car) and became a bit concerned about the number of times the DPF light was coming on. The OBD2 device showed up the problem (Fig 1.) The car had nearly the double Re Gen Attempts than completed ones, (Obviously it never ventured far from the town from which it came) Using the OBD2 devive with it's live information, I was able to know when a Re Gen was to take place (Long before the light came on) and planned a run so as to allow a Full re Gen. (Fig 2.) Shows my first result. A Full Re Ren at 2100 rpm's 5 th gear on the Motorway, and it cut out at 32% and only 21klms down the road it was well on the way up again. I was then getting around 80 - 100 klms between Re Gens. It clearly showed that the DPF had a 32% blockage) Further attempts (around 3 cycles, got me down to the mid 20's) With a Sydney - Snowy Mountains trip coming up, I invested in a bottle of Penrite Environ+ DPF Cleaner. Coming into Bredbo, the car completed it's 3rd Re Gen on the trip, and the fuel tank was at a level to get the maximum concentration allowed from the DPF Cleaner, so in it went. Fig 3 shows the immediate result, a whopping 512klm's was achieved until the Re Gen cut in and cut out at 2%. I now have the peace of mind knowing that my 10 year old DPF filter is now 98% effective (And may even get back to 0% as this was the 1st Re-Gen after the treatment). So for a $55 for the OBD2 and $33 for the Penrite, a costly DPF Removal & Clean was averted. Can't wait to tell the previous owner who was probably advisd that his DPF needed replacing, (and went weak at the knees) was fixed for under $100. and the only thing I'm kicking myself about was not getting the OBD2 earlier to show what the original blockage figure was, as I had completed a number of long trips prior.

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Ron L.

An absolute must have device, that saved me $000's. I purchased a low klm 2014 Subaru Forester (Country Car) and became a bit concerned about the number of times the DPF light was coming on. The OBD2 device showed up the problem (Fig 1.) The car had nearly the double Re Gen Attempts than completed ones, (Obviously it never ventured far from the town from which it came) Using the OBD2 devive with it's live information, I was able to know when a Re Gen was to take place (Long before the light came on) and planned a run so as to allow a Full re Gen. (Fig 2.) Shows my first result. A Full Re Ren at 2100 rpm's 5 th gear on the Motorway, and it cut out at 32% and only 21klms down the road it was well on the way up again. I was then getting around 80 - 100 klms between Re Gens. It clearly showed that the DPF had a 32% blockage) Further attempts (around 3 cycles, got me down to the mid 20's) With a Sydney - Snowy Mountains trip coming up, I invested in a bottle of Penrite Environ+ DPF Cleaner. Coming into Bredbo, the car completed it's 3rd Re Gen on the trip, and the fuel tank was at a level to get the maximum concentration allowed from the DPF Cleaner, so in it went. Fig 3 shows the immediate result, a whopping 512klm's was achieved until the Re Gen cut in and cut out at 2%. I now have the peace of mind knowing that my 10 year old DPF filter is now 98% effective (And may even get back to 0% as this was the 1st Re-Gen after the treatment). So for a $55 for the OBD2 and $33 for the Penrite, a costly DPF Removal & Clean was averted. Can't wait to tell the previous owner who was probably advisd that his DPF needed replacing, (and went weak at the knees) was fixed for under $100. and the only thing I'm kicking myself about was not getting the OBD2 earlier to show what the original blockage figure was, as I had completed a number of long trips prior.

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Ron L.

An absolute must have device, that saved me $000's. I purchased a low klm 2014 Subaru Forester (Country Car) and became a bit concerned about the number of times the DPF light was coming on. The OBD2 device showed up the problem (Fig 1.) The car had nearly the double Re Gen Attempts than completed ones, (Obviously it never ventured far from the town from which it came) Using the OBD2 devive with it's live information, I was able to know when a Re Gen was to take place (Long before the light came on) and planned a run so as to allow a Full re Gen. (Fig 2.) Shows my first result. A Full Re Ren at 2100 rpm's 5 th gear on the Motorway, and it cut out at 32% and only 21klms down the road it was well on the way up again. I was then getting around 80 - 100 klms between Re Gens. It clearly showed that the DPF had a 32% blockage) Further attempts (around 3 cycles, got me down to the mid 20's) With a Sydney - Snowy Mountains trip coming up, I invested in a bottle of Penrite Environ+ DPF Cleaner. Coming into Bredbo, the car completed it's 3rd Re Gen on the trip, and the fuel tank was at a level to get the maximum concentration allowed from the DPF Cleaner, so in it went. Fig 3 shows the immediate result, a whopping 512klm's was achieved until the Re Gen cut in and cut out at 2%. I now have the peace of mind knowing that my 10 year old DPF filter is now 98% effective (And may even get back to 0% as this was the 1st Re-Gen after the treatment). So for a $55 for the OBD2 and $33 for the Penrite, a costly DPF Removal & Clean was averted. Can't wait to tell the previous owner who was probably advisd that his DPF needed replacing, (and went weak at the knees) was fixed for under $100. and the only thing I'm kicking myself about was not getting the OBD2 earlier to show what the original blockage figure was, as I had completed a number of long trips prior.

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Errol Dean Dudley

I recently purchased the OBD2 adapter for use on my D-MAX. The performance of this unit surpasses that of a less expensive one I had bought previously. This unit never fails to connect and presents on screen the data I want to monitor. A great unit.

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Mark

Excellent product and excellent service.

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Mark

Excellent product and excellent service.

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Philip

Very happy with my new Bluetooth scan tool. I tow a caravan and transmission temps are important but until now, I could only hope that everything was fine. Now I can monitor this and other useful parameters.

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Martyn Roberts

Excellent product . Has changed the way I drive when towing with an automatic transmission.

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Martyn Roberts

Excellent product . Has changed the way I drive when towing with an automatic transmission.

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Verified Buyer

The best reader I’ve had yet. I can’t believe the amount of date I can read with this device and the Car Scanner app. The app helped me diagnose two issues with my car in a matter of 24 hours.

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Verified Buyer

I have used this OBD2 Australia device on both my Landcruiser 100 Series (2004) and Parado (2009). It connects successfully via Bluetooth to my mobile each and every time without issue. When plugging in (with the accessories off) the face of the unit lights up confirming a successful connection. Additionally, being slimline it does not protrude far from the plug at all, handy when the plug is close to your brake pedal.

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Verified Buyer

I have used this OBD2 Australia device on both my Landcruiser 100 Series (2004) and Parado (2009). It connects successfully via Bluetooth to my mobile each and every time without issue. When plugging in (with the accessories off) the face of the unit lights up confirming a successful connection. Additionally, being slimline it does not protrude far from the plug at all, handy when the plug is close to your brake pedal.

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Ross

Does what it says and fitted to a 100 series Landcruiser. Average fuel consumption as well as instantaneous fuel consumption. I’m very happy with my purchase. Using Samsung A21s phone.

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Richard G.

OBD2 bluetooth scanner could value for money, easy set up plug & play, download car scanner app and away you go, easy to add extra PID such as auto trans temp etc.highly recommend this product

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Craig M.

Good product. Does everything advertised works well on my old girl

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Wayne F.

The OBD2 unit is a very simple unit to set up once you work out which app you want to use, I elected to use the OBD fusion app which works really well with this unit. Have set up my dashboard for the info I want, still need to download Transmission PID so I can monitor my Trans temp.

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Wayne F.

The OBD2 unit is a very simple unit to set up once you work out which app you want to use, I elected to use the OBD fusion app which works really well with this unit. Have set up my dashboard for the info I want, still need to download Transmission PID so I can monitor my Trans temp.

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Toby Nguyen

Works a charm, it Bluetooth your vehicles data over to your app. Cheapest diagnostic tool I’ve ever bought. It’s good for when you want to collect driving data of your car. It’s handy to read your coolant temperature, and battery voltage. Especially for a everyday driven turbo car. I couldn’t be more happier with this.

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Toby Nguyen

Works a charm, it Bluetooth your vehicles data over to your app. Cheapest diagnostic tool I’ve ever bought. It’s good for when you want to collect driving data of your car. It’s handy to read your coolant temperature, and battery voltage. Especially for a everyday driven turbo car. I couldn’t be more happier with this.

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Simon Porter

Awsum exactly what I wanted

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Jacob

My car wasn’t listed in the compatible car list but it had an OBD2 port, so I decided for $40, what the hell, why not? IT WORKED! So many features and the real time live gauges aren’t laggy or jumpy at all! Definitely recommend this little gadget. My car is a 2000 Toyota crown Majesta

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Chris Brumby

Bought one for my VE commordore that was having issues all resolved now it was overheating and I could monitor live to diagnose the coolant issue and resolve ended up with a new radiator :) very happy worked out the box no issues , bought 2 hoping they were good and second was a gift for father in law he loves it on his Subaru ... highly recommend local aussie company I'm in Perth and scanners arrived within 24hrs it was amazing , I also emailed asking about apps and got quick response and recommendations

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Chris Brumby

Bought one for my VE commordore that was having issues all resolved now it was overheating and I could monitor live to diagnose the coolant issue and resolve ended up with a new radiator :) very happy worked out the box no issues , bought 2 hoping they were good and second was a gift for father in law he loves it on his Subaru ... highly recommend local aussie company I'm in Perth and scanners arrived within 24hrs it was amazing , I also emailed asking about apps and got quick response and recommendations

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Ben Q.

Very handy tool to have works great

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Ben Q.

Very handy tool to have works great

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Ben Q.

Very handy tool to have works great

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Eric A.

Great product can now monitor oil pressure and coolant temperature on the go.

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Richard Caruana

Great unit, quick response time, married with Torque Pro and gives the reading of what you want to monitor. Had some set up issues but called up the help desk and they got me through it no worries.

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Richard Caruana

Great unit, quick response time, married with Torque Pro and gives the reading of what you want to monitor. Had some set up issues but called up the help desk and they got me through it no worries.

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Jeff

Very simple to fit and use, and the information provided via Car Scanner app helps me monitor systems previously unavailable in a DMax. Very reasonably priced. Another plus is I can put the same device in all our vehicles, great for comparison whether petrol or diesel. Great customer service and turned up quickly after ordering. ✅

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David D.

Easy to set up and use,still play with layouts etc

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  1. An absolute must have device, that saved me $000’s.
    I purchased a low klm 2014 Subaru Forester (Country Car) and became a bit concerned about the number of times the DPF light was coming on.
    The OBD2 device showed up the problem (Fig 1.) The car had nearly the double Re Gen Attempts than completed ones, (Obviously it never ventured far from the town from which it came)
    Using the OBD2 devive with it’s live information, I was able to know when a Re Gen was to take place (Long before the light came on) and planned a run so as to allow a Full re Gen.
    (Fig 2.) Shows my first result. A Full Re Ren at 2100 rpm’s 5 th gear on the Motorway, and it cut out at 32% and only 21klms down the road it was well on the way up again.
    I was then getting around 80 – 100 klms between Re Gens.
    It clearly showed that the DPF had a 32% blockage)
    Further attempts (around 3 cycles, got me down to the mid 20’s)
    With a Sydney – Snowy Mountains trip coming up, I invested in a bottle of Penrite Environ+ DPF Cleaner.
    Coming into Bredbo, the car completed it’s 3rd Re Gen on the trip, and the fuel tank was at a level to get the maximum concentration allowed from the DPF Cleaner, so in it went.
    Fig 3 shows the immediate result, a whopping 512klm’s was achieved until the Re Gen cut in and cut out at 2%.
    I now have the peace of mind knowing that my 10 year old DPF filter is now 98% effective (And may even get back to 0% as this was the 1st Re-Gen after the treatment).
    So for a $55 for the OBD2 and $33 for the Penrite, a costly DPF Removal & Clean was averted.
    Can’t wait to tell the previous owner who was probably advisd that his DPF needed replacing, (and went weak at the knees) was fixed for under $100. and the only thing I’m kicking myself about was not getting the OBD2 earlier to show what the original blockage figure was, as I had completed a number of long trips prior.

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  2. Great product

  3. Plugged in and connected to the recommended OBDII software on my Android phone and voila – it works perfectly. I was able to see some things like transmission temperature, various things I have no idea what they are but all in all – great, very happy with the device.

  4. very good piece of equipment, I dont even fully know how to use it properly but gets the job done, found a few codes on the old commodore i didn’t know where there so that’s good.

  5. Good product, good price, Does as described, ultra fast shipping

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