"Diagnoses all OBD2 compliant vehicles and most OBD1 vehicles. OBD2 (1996 to present) GM (82-95), Ford (83-95), Chrysles/Jeep (84-95), Toyota/Lexus (89-95)"--box
"Designed to retrieve OEM Enhanced and Transmission diagnostic codes in all OBD2 (1996 and newer) and some of the most popular OBD1 (1981 to 1995) vehicles Provides SAE enhanced OBD2 Live Data – views, graphs, records, and plays back live PCM data streams on screen Features unique patented all-in-one backlit screen and LED display for quick State Emissions readiness check and drive cycle verification."--web site for Equus.
"OBD2 Coverage: Retrieves OEM Enhanced and Transmission DTCs Communicates with all OBD2 protocols: C.A.N. (Controller Area Network), ISO 9141, J1850PWM, J1850VPW, KWP 2000 ISO 14230-4 Displays Freeze Frame Data Includes Spanish and French Interface & Definitions (selected by a menu command) Retrieves OBD2 DTCs: Generic Codes (P0, P2, P3, and U0) / Manufacturer Specific Codes (P1, P3, and U1) OBD1 Coverage: General Motors – 1982 to 1993 and some 1994 to 1995 models Ford, Lincoln, Mercury – 1983 to 1995 models with EEC-IV Systems Performs: KOEO, KOER, Timing Check, Cylinder Balance Test, Output State Test, Wiggle Test Toyota / Lexus – 1991 to 1995 Chrysler / Dodge / Plymouth – 1984 to 1995 Jeep – 1993 to 1995. "--Web site for Equus.
When you take your car to be checked by the mechanic, they charge you $100 to use this equipment to diagnose your check engine light. Save yourself the $100 by checking out this item on your Arlington Heights library card!!! Write down the diagnosis code and name and bring it to your mechanic.
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