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Kobra has 3 of their OBD scanners on sale including some wireless ones that sync to your phone and work with third party apps to track and record anything and everything about your car.

The Bluetooth model For $7 [amazon.com] with code Z6KXA33D and a 20% on-page coupon) will only work with Android

The Wi-Fi one For $11 [amazon.com] with code PP94JP7K and a 20% on-page coupon) supports iOS as well.

There's also an old-fashioned code checker on sale For $12 [amazon.com] with code 7934LGIX and a 15% on-page coupon), if that's all you're really interested in.

Kobra Wi-Fi OBD2 Scanner https://www.amazon.com/KOBRA-Wire...vpc_slickd For $11 @ Amazon W/ Promo code PP94JP7K + 20% On-Page Coupon

Kobra Bluetooth OBD2 Scanner https://www.amazon.com/KOBRA-Scan...vpc_slickd For $7 @Amazon W/ Promo code Z6KXA33D + 20% On-Page Coupon

Kobra Corded OBD2 Scanner https://www.amazon.com/OBD2-Scann...vpc_slickd For $12 @ Amazon W/ Promo code 7934LGIX + 15% On-Page Coupon

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They should sell a "wife-fi" version...that would let you turn off the wife.
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But his wife stopped complaining so that's a plus.
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Bought this one before after seeing someone use on the lubetube. I use it to reset the temp gauge on my 2011 Impala LS. Every couple hundred miles my temp gauge stops working because of one to the two temp sensors is faulty. It makes the radiator fans run constantly. I used to have to unplug the fans manually which is doable but I was always burning myself on the manifold or afraid I would loose a knuckle in the fan blades. So instead of turning my hand 50 shades of red and blue. I use this nifty OBD to reset the computer and the temp guage temporarily starts working and I don't have to mess with the radiator fans. Super useful tool. So far I'm a happy camper.
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Good price. Pair this up with Tourqe Lite and you'll be able to keep a good eye on your car's status in real time, instead of dropping by Autozone to use theirs
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Bought this one before after seeing someone use on the lubetube. I use it to reset the temp gauge on my 2011 Impala LS. Every couple hundred miles my temp gauge stops working because of one to the two temp sensors is faulty. It makes the radiator fans run constantly. I used to have to unplug the fans manually which is doable but I was always burning myself on the manifold or afraid I would loose a knuckle in the fan blades. So instead of turning my hand 50 shades of red and blue. I use this nifty OBD to reset the computer and the temp guage temporarily starts working and I don't have to mess with the radiator fans. Super useful tool. So far I'm a happy camper.
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So none of this will work without a mobile phone?
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So none of this will work without a mobile phone?
The "old fashioned code checker" in the third link will work without a phone. Less utility, though.
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My wife was complaining about the light and the mechanic wanted to charge me to much I got this and turned it off.
They should sell a "wife-fi" version...that would let you turn off the wife.
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What's the best app to use for these devices?
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Any downsides to getting wifi version as opposed to BT?
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Any downsides to getting wifi version as opposed to BT?
BT doesn't work with iOS devices.
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I bought the same thing on eBay for $3 from China .. free ship too
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My wife was complaining about the light and the mechanic wanted to charge me to much I got this and turned it off.
That will not fix your problem. This isn't helpful at all.
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