Involvement:Novice (still getting used to it) - Ownership:1 week to 1 month
- I am using it in my Opel Vectra C 2002.
- Easy to install
- Works with Androids torque program. At least for me.
- Just the right sized for the space the OBD connector has in my car.
- The device works with wireless bluetooth so no need to connect any cables.
- Takes power from the OBD2 bus. Doesn't need extra power.
- No button to make a secure connection to devices. Or at least i haven't figured out how to make certain no one else can connect to the device.
- Bluetooth code was at least in my case the standard 1234.
- Haven't had time to check all the values the device reads. Currently I have mostly just checked the speed and torque from the android app.
A usefull buy with a cheap price when compared to the wireless OBD2 readers sold in my country. Cheap enough price to leave the device inside a cars glovebox without worries.
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