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Actron CP9125 OBD II Scanner $29.99 @ Advance Auto

toolman54 109 January 6, 2013 at 04:19 PM in Home & Home Improvement (5) More Advance Auto Parts Deals
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Advance Auto has the Actron CP9125 Pocketscan OBD II code scanner [] for $49.99 (reg. $59.99).

Add a small filler to reach $50 or more. (for example add the $1.59 Scott towels.)

Use code ES123 to get and additional $20.00 off.

Final price is $29.99!

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shows $8.66 for shipping.
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For those with smartphone or Tablet, how about using this kind of ELM 327 Bluetooth OBDII OBD2 Diagnostic Scanner?

The reviews are pretty good and only $12 something + Android software.

Android app (Torque Lite (OBD2 & Car))
Last edited by MozartA January 6, 2013 at 08:44 PM
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Yeah, I have one of these too.

The Actron is much easier to use. I can clear a code in 2 button pushes. press "read" code > press "erase" > done.

The Android app is far more involved.

First the Bluetooth needs to be enabled. Next you need to enable the app. . . . . Next you have to wait for the app to acquire connection to the cars ECU. . . . . Then you have to open "actions". . . . . Then accurately choose "show logged faults" from the drop down menu to display the code. . . . . .You then need to close "actions". . . Now to clear the code you need to open "actions" again. . . . Then accurately choose "clear logged faults" from the drop down menu. Then choose the "okay to clear" code popup box. Then exit Torque and then okay the exit of torque popup. Now shut off BT.

The Actron is far superior in its ease of operation.

Though Actron does not carry the features of the Scan Gauge II or Torque it is my go to for a car with a trouble code. Pretty indestructible as you can toss this into the glove box or toolbox without any worries of damaging it. Definitely not worried about scratches or dings as I would be with my SG, phone, or tablet.
Last edited by cosmikdebris January 7, 2013 at 05:42 PM
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