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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-27-2004, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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New OBD-II scanner

http://www.autotap.com/

Click on products to see it, I think its rather cool...very!
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Meh, The snap on scanner i used to use could do a lot more. Colour me spoiled.
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These arent really anything new. Even my local autozone carries generic ODB-II scantools.
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yeah, I work at one remember? LoL They don't carry the ones that do the sensor performance tests though...
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Speeking of Scan Tools...

What type of scan tool would I need to interface with my '94 Vision? I know it doesn't have an ODB-II connector, but I don't know what the one I do have is called...

Just wondering what type of scan tool I would need to interface with it. Hopefully one that doesn't run in the mid to upper hundreds of dollars or more... :bigsmile:
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You should be able to go to your local autozone and they should have one you can use for free. Also I have found Checker or Schucks or Kraigen also have them to use for free.
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yeah, I work at one remember? LoL They don't carry the ones that do the sensor performance tests though...
Most should show the realtime data from the sensors. That alone will tell you what kind of condition the sensors are in.
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The one at my work (Actron) does have an Oxyen Sensor Malfunction Indication lab, but for some reason, it doesn't do anything...its weird....I'd rather have one that has more buttons LoL.
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