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This one is supposedly much better than a lot of the cheapo ELM 327 adapters that typically sell for much less. I got one of these for Christmas, but haven't had a chance to try it out, so I can't say for sure. I do know that my cheap ELM327 adapter would not allow me to clear codes on one of my vehicles.

3 camels shows it out of stock at Amazon, but it's not, according to this link. I think this is the lowest price I've ever seen.

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Been using this one for 6 years, works great with the torque app.
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According to amazon prder history, I bought this for $13.25 in june 2014, now if I could only find it
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got one. thanks OP. I actually set up an alert for this particular one. Supposedly the best one of its kind that you can get. I heard it works with basically all cars, old and new, as long as they are OBD II. The cheap ones on ebay cannot do all OBD II cars.
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Can't find compatible car lists. Anyone knows if this works with 15 town and country, 16 sonata and 13 pathfinder?
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This is a normal price for these, why is this being posted? In fact, this is 2-3 dollars more expensive than some of them.
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Can't find compatible car lists. Anyone knows if this works with 15 town and country, 16 sonata and 13 pathfinder?
Depends what you mean by "works". Every car after January 1, 1996 has an ODB-II plug installed by law. The problem is the amount of access that you get to the vehicle. My 2012 Suburban and 2007 Sienna both work with the cheap ELM327 ebay specials. Also had a '03 Jetta that it worked with the ODB-II reader for fault codes. An '01 Ford Focus connected to the car, but wouldn't give ECU readouts, so no access to fault codes. Each one of the three vehicles gave me different levels of access to the ECU. The rule of thumb is the newer the vehicle, the more information you can pull. However, you are dealing with 3 different OEM's, so the amount of info you get on the T&C might not be the same amount you get from the Sonata or Pathfinder, or vice versa. This is a great price and my 3 C's alert went off for the $14 price point that I had saved for the past 2 years. At $14, it's a no brainer. If it saves me one trip to autozone over of CEL, it's worth $14 to me. I leave it in my daily driver and have had the opportunity to help out a bunch of people at work that had check engine lights on. Download Torque App if you're on android, and you're good to go.
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This is a normal price for these, why is this being posted? In fact, this is 2-3 dollars more expensive than some of them.
This one is generally regarded as one of the best cheap odb2 readers. I got my bluetooth ELM327 ODB2 reader off ebay out of China for $3 and it works fine. It is a bit of a roll of the dice with the el cheapo's from my research.
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Depends what you mean by "works". Every car after January 1, 1996 has an ODB-II plug installed by law. The problem is the amount of access that you get to the vehicle. My 2012 Suburban and 2007 Sienna both work with the cheap ELM327 ebay specials. Also had a '03 Jetta that it worked with the ODB-II reader for fault codes. An '01 Ford Focus connected to the car, but wouldn't give ECU readouts, so no access to fault codes. Each one of the three vehicles gave me different levels of access to the ECU. The rule of thumb is the newer the vehicle, the more information you can pull. However, you are dealing with 3 different OEM's, so the amount of info you get on the T&C might not be the same amount you get from the Sonata or Pathfinder, or vice versa. This is a great price and my 3 C's alert went off for the $14 price point that I had saved for the past 2 years. At $14, it's a no brainer. If it saves me one trip to autozone over of CEL, it's worth $14 to me. I leave it in my daily driver and have had the opportunity to help out a bunch of people at work that had check engine lights on. Download Torque App if you're on android, and you're good to go.
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According to amazon prder history, I bought this for $13.25 in june 2014, now if I could only find it
haha, I like that amazon has this feature, and I've also had a few of those "oh sh*t, really?" moments.
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I've had this one for about 4 years, not sure its the same brand exactly but looks identical to it and have never had a issue of it messing up the vehicles or anything like that.. In fact I leave it plugged in to the vehicle cause it doesn't kill the battery like some others I've heard about
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What app to use with this or does it have its own?
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Been using this for about 5 years also. Torque app works great, worth the $5 I paid for it.
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Thanks and purchased!
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