Back Story: I am a learning DIYer, never grew up to be taught how to do an oil change (which I think is a fundamental skill), Self taught how to oil change and much more and still wish to continue to learn.
I have a 1997 Toyota Corolla that was severely under-maintained, I consider this my lil project car. I can oil change, changed the spark plugs and spark plug wire sets, cleaned out the MAF sensor, did a transmission flush and will be changing the upstream O2 sensor
Since the car does not have a RPM odometer and I can't tell the improvements are helping, an OBD2 scanner would be a good tool to have.
I'm looking for one that can scan and log all the data. (I am learning how to the read the graphs and etc)
This looks good but not sure if it is iPhone compatible (Buying a cheap $50 android is no problem)
Sorry for the long post, Any suggestions? I have reppps to give